Pressed Juicery

I'll be the first to admit that when it comes to trends or doing what everyone else is doing, I don't really follow it. However, I've been seeing Pressed Juicery juices for ages now on every site from YouTube to Instagram and even on blogs that I follow. I knew the next time I was somewhere I could try it, I had to. Living in Atlanta, you're not going to find a Pressed Juicery anywhere here. The closest location to me is in New York City. On my recent trip to New York, I made time to stop and I am beyond glad that I did. Now pressed juice is something that you can do at home, yes. However, I don't make my own drinks like that unless it's the occasional cocktail. I ordered the vanilla almond juice, a signature juice, that has almonds, vanilla, dates, and sea salt. My first impression was that it tasted like the Bolthouse vanilla chai tea, but better. After drinking it I felt very refreshed and even a slight jolt of energy which doesn't happen to me from coffee or even a Red Bull.

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They also had the cutest little store on Mercer Street. It was absolutely adorable and exactly how I pictured one of their locations looking. Simple, little, and highly aesthetically pleasing to the eye. It immediately caught my attention when I was walking past it and I'm so glad I stopped in. My drink was well worth the purchase for sure.

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If you're on the west coast or in NYC, check out Pressed Juicery. You will not regret it by any means because no matter what you get, you'll probably be just as obsessed with it as I was when I tried it.

xo Toni

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