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Feb182010

Noble Juices: Ripe, Tangy Juice in an Earth Friendly Bottle

I met the people behind Noble Juices a while back and they promised to send over some samples. I was quite pleased when, shortly after, several 32oz bottles arrived, nice and cold, on my doorstep. The flavors included Blood Orange, Tangerine Clementine, Organic Orange, and Tangerine Cranberry, all packaged in their earth friendly bottles (http://www.noblejuice.com/difference.php) made from corn, not oil.

Food shows make it difficult to differentiate among juices, chocolates, cheeses, and dearly anything else, for that matter, but once you’re at home and can conduct your own taste tests, it’s much easier to separate the great from the good. Most of these juices stood out above the rest. While the orange juice tasted unextraordinary, or, I should say, just not as superior as Noble’s other juices, several of the juices really raised the bar on how fresh fruit can taste. The Tangerine Clementine was my favorite, with such a deliciously sweet tang that I could barely make the bottle last more than a few days. The Blood Orange was a nice change from the usual juice flavors, and not at all “stuck up” as most blood orange flavors tend to be. I had no complaints about the Tangerine Cranberry, because anything with Noble’s tangerine juice is delicious. I don’t know that I’d just grab a bottle in the store if I wasn’t familiar with the brand, but their luscious drinks, not to sour and not too sweet, really showcase fruit that was ripe at the picking. I just felt better drinking this stuff.

 

Available in 12, 32, and 58oz bottles in flavors ranging from lemonade to tangerine guava. http://www.noblejuice.com/                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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