From exotic fruit blends and fiery ginger shots to chia seed sprinkles and kale concoctions, juice bar fans are spoilt for choice with healthy havens across the county serving up freshly-made goodness.
Whether you’re a clean eating convert or keen on pepping up your daily dose of vitamins, SoGlos has handpicked eight of best juice bars in Gloucestershire.
Owned by couple Vinnie and Louis, Vinnie’s Eatery is a plant-based restaurant that offers a number of cold press juices to start your health kick in delicious style, with a range of juices, smoothies and elixir shots along with a great vitamin hit to boot. And with a bar at Ella & Fleur Hot Yoga locals can now grab a juice right in the centre of Cheltenham too.
It may not be a juice bar, but this café serves up some pretty great juices and smoothies including Keen Green, Mixed Berry, and Mango and assionfruit. Located on St. Pauls Road in Cheltenham, it provides the perfect pitstop for locals for a refreshing boost.
Stroud’s Woodruffs Organic Café specialises in serving organic wholefoods and also offering a selection of vitalising vegetable juices for the county’s clean eaters. Zingy flavours include Beet It – beetroot, orange, and ginger – and the Oran-Utan – carrot, orange, and lime.
Located in lovely Lechlade, Vera’s Kitchen offers an ever-changing menu which includes a range of regular juices and seasonal specials sure to brighten up the day with a healthy hit of nutrients. Juices include The Energiser – apples, cucumber, kale, celery and lime – and the sweet sounding Roots to Happiness – carrot, beetroot, ginger, sweet potato and lemon.
Unsurprisingly, delectable dining destination Daylesford Organic Cafe in Kingham prepares a number of freshly-pressed juices onsite, including its Vibrant mix – including carrot, apple, ginger, celery and lemon; and the Balanced blend – made from apples, lemon, ginger and wholesome vegetables. A perfect pit-stop after a spot of Pilates at neighbouring Bamford HayBarn.
Café 53 offers a refreshing selection of juices and smoothies in Tetbury – serving up freshly prepared drinks including its Pink Panther smoothie. It also serves up great coffee and freshly-prepared food, along with a yummy selection of sweet treats.
A healthy haven in Gloucester, Guru Coffee House boasts a range of health juices, shots and smoothies, with an impressive menu and the chance to mix up your own custom creation too! With juices such as the Ginger Zinger, Energiser, Loosener, Heartbeeter and Detoxer, there’s plenty to choose from, each promising delicious nutrition in each sip.
Superfood-seekers need search no further than Cotswold cafe Coach House Coffee and its locally-inspired juice menu. Highlights include the Hidcote Garden which uses garden-themed ingredients spanning pears, apple, mint and cucumber; and the Market Town complete with fruits you’d find in a shopping basket, such as carrot, parsnip, apple, ginger, lime and pineapple.
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