Kale Spinach Cucumber Romaine Radish Jalapeno Red Beet Carrot
As the healthiest juice on our menu, this drink is filled with the largest variety of raw, natural ingredients. The perfectly combined vegetables leaves the drinker with a taste of freshness and healthy delight. Known as our ultimate detox juice, it also benefits joints and boosts stamina.
Stick out amongst the other root vegetables, carrots are known for their bright orange color and their flexibility in the culinary world. Able to be enjoyed raw has opened up doors in the cold-pressed juice world. Carrots provide a rarely sweet option for a vegetable along with being packed with Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Beta-carotene (that stuff that makes your eyes better).
Known for being mixed in with salads and quite often used as a garnish early on, the beet has made a comeback in recent years. Filled with nutritional content, beets can be related to other vegetables such as spinach or chard. Beets are a great source of protein, fiber, natural sugars, and Vitamin C.
As a somewhat overlooked member of the gourd family, Cucumbers are known as one of the freshest gourds available. Finding a resurgence in the cold-pressed juice community, cucumbers are easy to juice and add a fresh flavor that is hard to miss.
As a newly popularized member of the cabbage family, Kale is a leafy green that has been classified as a “superfood”. The flavor of kale sticks out as strong and unique compared to other leafy greens. Kale has a low calorie count but is filled with protein, fiber, Vitamins A, C, and K.
A popular variety of lettuce that grows in a tall head of leaves has been often used for salads. Romaine is a great source of juice that provides more flavor than many greens. Crammed with Vitamin A, romaine has become a staple in the green juices that we produce.
An edible flowering plant that found its origins in central and western Asia, spinach compliments even the most unique juices. Spinach provides a distinct flavor but is also crammed with high levels of Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Magnesium, Folate, and Iron. Spinach is also deemed a “Superfood”.
Known for its spicy aftertaste and origin in South America, Jalapenos have been used for years to intensify any dish or beverage. In addition to the spicy flavor it adds, they also are known for a sweeter flavor that can be paired with any citrus based juice for a unique combination that helps with digestion and cold symptoms.
Being a root member of the mustard family, radishes are known for their spiced flavor and crispness. Radishes are small, cherry sized roots that are chock-full of folic acids, potassium, Vitamin B6, magnesium, riboflavin and calcium. Radishes add a unique spice and flavor to any juice that needs an upgrade.