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The Ten Best Juices

By Freya Gibbs

Published 04/01/2012

<b>1. Cherrygood Premium Cherry</b><br/>
Each glass contains 200 cherries and nothing else. Perfect after your New Year's Eve party.
1. Cherrygood Premium Cherry
£2.29, Each glass contains 200 cherries and nothing else. Perfect after your New Year's Eve party.
2. The Tomato Stall Pure Sunshine Yellow
£2.50, Keep hangovers at bay with this sweet and sunny tomato juice, made on the Isle of Wight.
3. Juna Guanabana
£2.10, The "new generation" guanabana fruit is native to Central and South America, and has a fresh taste akin to a pineapple.
4. Biona Organic Super Juice Cranberry
£4, Bursting with sharp yet sweet cranberry flavours and packed with vitamins A, K and C.
5. What's This? Pomegranate
£2.75, This combines pomegranate with Aloe ferox (a cousin of Aloe vera) and hibiscus to create an unusual asting drink full of vitamin C.
6. Grove Organic Fruit Co Breakfast
£2.89, This mix of pink grapefruit, oranges and apples is fresh, tart and totally delicious.
7. Luscombe Organic Apple with Elderflower
£3.45, Served by Heston Blumenthal at the Fat Duck in Bray, this juice has an intense apple flavour.
8. Innocent Orange
£1.10, Innocent has come up trumps, yet again. Each bottle contains four squeezed fresh oranges and is free of all chemical nasties.
9. Moor Organics Discovery Apple
£3.20, This Kent farm produces 13 varieties of hand-made apple juice. A dainty, almost floral flavour.
10. James White Organic Carrot
£2.67, Banish winter blues with this carrot juice, full of health-giving vitamin A. Unusual but delicious.


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