Korean Aloe Juice
The first time I tried aloe juice, I had just arrived in Seoul, Korea. I couldn't wait, so I bought it on the way out of the airport in a convenience store. I have an idea of what I thought aloe should taste and smell like - it has a characteristic smell. Most people in the US might be familiar with aloe because it has a cooling sensation if you rub the plant (or products made from it) on sunburn. Not exactly something I'd think about drinking.
Well, it tastes a little bit like real aloe, but the second-best way I can think of to describe it is like watermelon bubblicious gum. It has little peices of pulp that are pretty similar to the grape drink. It's good and refreshing, kinda sweet with no aftertaste.
This one gets my full recommendation. Good Stuff.