Juicing aficionados will be all too familiar with Joe & the Juice
already, but with the introduction of their healthiest menu yet their breakfast star is on the rise.
With more plant-based options than ever before, including a new partnership with Rebel Kitchen
, the Scandinavian brand has introduced a new vegan coconut-based 'Joegurt', dairy-free Rebel Mylk coffee, organic Raw Kiss balls - perfect for the 3pm slump - a vision-boosting juice and A.C. Perch teas, creating a menu that's at the forefront of health trends.
If their juice menu hits you as a tad confusing, the boosting beverages will now be categorised as either Green (green and vegetable juices), Energize (mint, passion fruit, pink grapefruit) or Berry (berry juices).
Three juice classics have been returned to the menu following popular demand, so if you were mourning the loss of ReBuild, Young Blood and Green Haven (formerly known as Green Kiss), you're in luck.
The Clear Vision juice features the delicious combination of fresh butternut squash, lemon and apple, a tantalisingly unexpected taste. Indulge in a nice but definitely not naughty bowl of vegan coconut yoghurt; from Rebel Kitchen, it's vegan, packed with potassium and fibre and low in fact, plus sweetened with coconut nectar so includes no refined sugars.
The Raw Kiss, created with a small raw bite supplier in Copenhagen, combines the crunch of cacao nibs, the flavour of orange oil, the bitterness of 100% raw cacao and the tart flavour of a raspberry coating.
Rebel Kitchen's Mylk - a dairy-free alternative for your morning coffee fix - has the highest percentage of whole ingredients of any plant-based milk, combining all natural including coconut cream with cashew nuts, brown rice and pink Himalayan salt. They've also partnered with heritage Danish tea house, A.C. Perch to offer four new teas - White Temple, Green Rhubarb, Green Mandarin and Rooibos Vanilla - all of which are certified by the Ethical Tea Partnership.
Finally the classic juice returns include Green Haven, a sweet mix of pineapple, apple and spinach, while Young Blood has a balanced flavour with the addition of a health hit of celery.
Breakfast never had it so healthy.