Pressed Juicery Cocktails & Smoothies

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Hey, y’all! I received my box of Pressed Juicery drinks and can’t wait to share with you some of the delicious cocktails and smoothies we’re whipping up! It was hard to decide which juices to choose for my first order. So I picked out these five flavors from a wide array of options, mostly based on my taste preferences. I’m going to share one cocktail or one smoothie per post over the coming months. Please click the link above to get a great discount on your favorites! 😃

Pressed Juicery Citrus 1 with Patron & Pineapple Slushie | Culinary Craftiness

I meant to do an unboxing video, but I didn’t have time when the order arrived. And there wasn’t enough room in my fridge to leave them in the box.

There are lots of Pressed Juicery options from which to choose. Some are designed for fasts and cleanses to give your body the nutrients it needs while giving your digestive tract a break. Others are just a great way to start the day. Everyone knows how good apple cider vinegar and honey are for you. They made cool shots to get them into your system easily. No more cringing at the too sour or too sweet tastes of either by itself. Try it!

Pressed Juicery Citrus 1 with Patron & Pineapple Slushie | Culinary Craftiness

What Makes Pressed Juicery Different?

Cold-Pressed Juice

They start with whole fruits and vegetables and use a cold-press process to extract every last drop of goodness – no heat keeps your nutrients intact.

High-Density Health

Make high nutrition a realistic option for all – each bottle of juice contains 1-4 lbs. of fresh vitamin- and mineral-rich produce.

Just-Picked Freshness

They juice their ingredients almost immediately for superior taste and the highest amount of nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants.

Pressed Juicery Citrus 1 with Patron | Culinary Craftiness
Pressed Juicery Citrus 1 with Patron & Pineapple Slushie | Culinary Craftiness

Pressed Juicery Citrus 1 with Patron & Pineapple

Melissa Woolard | Culinary Craftiness
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 1

Equipment

  • Blender or mini-blender

Ingredients
  

  • 1/2 cup Pressed Juicery Citrus 1
  • 1/2 cup Ice
  • 1/2 cup Pineapple chunks
  • 1 shot Patron or other top shelf tequila
  • 1-2 packets Monk fruit or stevia sweetener

Instructions
 

  • Place all ingredients in blender or mini-blender. Reduce the amount of ice if necessary to stay at the max fill line.
  • Screw the blade/lid on tightly and whiz until ice is slushie.
  • Pour into a glass and enjoy.
Keyword Beverage, Cocktail, Drink, Healthier, Juice, Juicery, Monk Fruit Sweetener, Patron, Pineapple, Pressed, Slushie, Tequila

This is my sweet niece Olivia’s expression after she tasted our experimental concoction. LOL I said, “What does that face mean?” She said, “Not too bad. It’s tastes very healthy.” Healthy is great! The overall taste profile from Citrus 1 is cucumber. We realized adding a packet or two of monk fruit sweetener or stevia took the refreshing taste over the top for her. She has a slight sweet tooth. 😋 (Ignore the mess in the background and foreground. We were too busy having fun to clean. 😄 )

Sweet Olivia

I don’t usually concoct alcoholic beverages, but these Pressed Juicery drinks are made with super healthy fruits, vegetables, herbs, and spices, loaded with vitamins, minerals, and powerful antioxidants. These juices will make your adult beverages and smoothies a much better choice than traditional juices and sodas loaded with carbs. Use discount code ROOTS-CRAFT-10 at checkout on Pressed Juicery. Do give them a try and come back to CC to see what delicious beverages we’re concocting with these fabulous juices!

Happy sipping, y’all!

Lis

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About Melissa

Melissa is a wife, mother, family cook, and romance novelist. The very first thing she learned in the kitchen was how to scramble eggs in an old cast iron skillet at the age of five. Her great-grandmother put her on a step-stool at the stove and thus began her passion for whipping up great tasting foods.

2 Replies to “Pressed Juicery Cocktails & Smoothies”

    • I know, right? We always just assume cocktails must be made with the same old juices and sodas we’ve always used. It’s time to shake things up, literally! 😀

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