Amazon is now selling jugs of pickle juice by the gallon and they're getting rave reviews

Amazon is now selling jugs of pickle juice by the gallon and they're getting rave reviews

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Ladies and gentlemen, it's summer time, and I don't know about you, but I think there's nothing more refreshing on a scorching June afternoon than tucking into a jar of pickles. Mmmmm. Delicious.

But as the sun beats down on you and you desperately need that sweet, sour refreshment, who can be bothered with all of that chewing? Not me, that's for sure. So it's a blessing that if I want to just straight-up drink pickle juice, rather than spend all of that painstaking time juicing a pickle, I can just head to Amazon.

Pickle Juice Credit: Amazon

That's right, Amazon is selling jugs of pickle juice by the gallon, and not only are people buying them, they're selling like hotcakes. Apparently. You people will buy anything, won't you?

Best Products pointed out that Amazon have started selling the jug for just $15 - and that's $15 for 128 servings of pickle juice. I mean, come on, that should last you all summer, shouldn't it? Produced by none other than Best Maid, those pickle juice aficionados, pickle juice does come (of course) with its long laundry list of health benefits.

Jar of pickles Credit: Getty

Pickle juice is great for hydrating yourself, keeping up their electrolyte levels, losing weight as well as alleviating those pesky muscle cramps. No wonder some of the great reviews on this product say that Best Maid pickle juice is "great for leg".

"Really great price. I bought this for my boyfriend who loves pickle juice. He hates actual pickles though. He said it was great. I wish they had 1/2 gallon size," says Nicole on Amazon, whose picky boyfriend can drink all the pickle juice his heart desires. "Usually drink from the jar. This is good to have on hand," adds SteveP, who now has one less thing to worry about in his life.

I mean, what more do I have to say, folks? If this hot summer weather has you in a bit of a pickle, get onto Amazon, and add this gallon of dill-icious juice to your basket, right now.

You know what? You might as well get two.

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