Hubert’s Lemonade – Products Worth Reviewing and Giveaway

Sweet, tart, juicy, and refreshing. There’s nothing like a refreshing glass of ice-cold lemonade made with the best ingredients on Earth. Lemonade made with freshly plucked lemons, sugar, and fresh water is as best as you can get when it comes to quenching a thirst. And when you add in some exotic ingredients such as mango, honey, and strawberry, you get lemonade with a unique twist.

That’s how the folks at Hubert’s Lemonade make their lemonade. With their motto, ” When life gives you lemons, you get a big truck”, there really is no boundary when it comes to delicious and refreshing lemonade made by Hubert’s Lemonade. Hubert’s Lemonade, a division of the Hansen beverage company came up with the idea of making lemonade when the founder, Hubert Hansen wanted to serve natural fruit juices to his family and friends. When he started serving his homemade lemonade juices to movie stars back in 1935, his lemonade became an instant hit. His secret was using the freshest ingredients available and add nothing but real fruits with a splash of sugar. Today, his lemonade also includes Stevia (Rebiana), which is an all-natural sugar alternative that cuts down on the sugar calories but gives it an unique flavor. Hubert Hansen has been making natural juices for almost 70 years so you know he and his company really knows about making great beverages!

Hubert’s Lemonade lemonades are unique in the fact that other flavors are added to give it a different twist. Besides the usual lemonade made with lemons, the company has several other varieties such as Mango Lemonade, Rasberry Lemonade, Strawberry Lemonade, Limeade (which is really tart – but I love it!), and Honey Lemonade. My favorite is the Honey Lemonade and Mango Lemonade and my son enjoys the Honey Lemonade since it gives it an extra bit of sweetness from natural honey. Although pure cane sugar and Stevia are used to sweeten the lemonade, I think it gives Hubert’s Lemonade juices a unique twist. If you’ve never tried Stevia before, know that it is a natural sugar derived from the Stevia plant, which is part of the Sunflower family. Stevia is naturally sweet and has a unique taste of it’s own and is often used to substitute regular cane sugar. Although I think the lemonades would have been fine without the Stevia, I believe it was used to cut down on the sugar and calories content.

If you’ve never tried Hubert’s Lemonade and are interested in trying it out, you can find their lemonades in most natural grocery stores and in certain supermarket stores that carry natural products. Their cute bottle and logo will sure to catch your attention so you won’t miss it at the stores. Hubert’s Lemonade lemonades are also stored in glass so the natural flavors are retained and they’re easier to recycle and reuse. In fact, we’ve used a few of their bottles as flower vases and even with the logo still on, it’s still adorable as flower vase. So you really can’t go wrong with Hubert’s Lemonade – natural ingredients in a natural bottle and super delicious as well! And the lemonades are great straight from the bottle or served over a glass of ice. I personally enjoy drinking it straight from the bottle since it already has a clean, crisp taste and you can also add it to tea which makes it your own unique blend.

Hubert’s Lemonade was interested in sending me their 6 unique flavors to try and review. They are also generously offering  6 FREE product coupons to 3 LUCKY readers of Happymomblogger, so you get a chance to try all of the flavors if you want. So how do win this thirst-quenching prize? Read below to find out! 

Here’s how to enter in the Hubert’s Lemonade giveaway:

(Please note, the rules have changed slightly. Please read carefully before entering)


#1 entry – “Like” Hubert’s Lemonade on Facebook: and write on their wall that you are entering the contest at Happymomblogger: Please put Happymomblogger as the heading.


#2 entry – Become a follower:!/happymomblogger and “Tweet” me @happymomblogger that you are entering the Hubert’s Lemonade giveaway. Become a follower of Hubert’s Lemonade:!/HubertsLemonade  and “Tweet” that you are entering the contest at Happymomblogger.

#3 entry – Subscribe to my Blog.

#4 entry – Enter in my other contests.

#5 entry – Vote for me at Top Mommy Blogs using the link provided below.

You can enter by telling me the 5 entries in the LEAVE A COMMENT box. Please be sure to give me your name and email address so that I may contact you if you win. Contest is open to residents of US only. 18 years and older please. Please be sure to provide a physical address and not a P.O. Box. Only 1 contestant per household please. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery of prize. Any violation of the rules will deem your entry as disqualified. Happymomblogger is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged prizes but will do the best to ensure your prize gets there. In the event the winner can not be reached within 3 days of email sent then another winner will be chosen. No purchase necessary to enter. Void where prohibed by law.

Contest Start Date: February 6, 2012

Contest End Date: February 20, 2012 – CONTEST CLOSED. WINNERS WILL BE SELECTED.

Only 3 winners will be chosen at random and I will post the winners names on my blog.


Disclaimer: The product(s)were sent to the author for review by the manufacturer/PR. All reviews on “Happymomblogger” remain unbiased and unpaid and are the sole decision of the author. The opinions of these product(s) were not influenced in any way, shape, or form. As always, please read the ingredients carefully when trying new products. 

Please read the labels and ingredients carefully and follow all manufacturer’s instructions (if any). The products selected for the giveaway were generously donated by the companies/PR to help readers learn more about their products. The winner’s choice in using/consuming these products are entirely up to the winner and will not hold the author and her family liable nor the companies/PR liable. These products are made with non-toxic ingredients but always be safe with what you use and consume.