I would not in general imagine any green liquid to have a pleasant taste.
I remember in the early 90’s when I tried fresh Wheatgrass juice for the very first time at a health food store.
A member of staff had juiced the grass within its raw state right in front of me.
Wheatgrass juice has to be drunk within a certain time frame or else the highly nutritious plant (grass) will lose some of its full potency.
Three or four years ago I tried a green colored smoothie at a fancy high-class restaurant that was located inside of a high-rise building in Manhattan, New York.
I had ordered fruit along with some food to take home with me.
When I took the first sip of the fresh smoothie that contained raw spinach, celery, apples, carrots, ginger, lemon and other vegetables- I was surprised by how good the beverage tasted.
I was expecting a strong, nasty, sickening flavor.
I was wrong.
The juice of the smoothie was sweet from the apples, and refreshing with all of the spices, vegetables and fruits that were liquefied to perfection.
Smoothies smoothed out right are a great way to incorporate more of the leafy-greens into our diets more often.