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Posted at 4/23/2016 08:33:00 PM
Before I start, here's the definition of cold-pressed juices for those who are still unaware of this ,
Cold-pressed method uses the 'masticating' method to press and extract the juices from the fruits and vegetables. Comparative with traditional centrifugal machine (which uses a fast spinning metal blade) or blending, cold pressed uses little and in fact no heat to slowly press and extract the juices, hence to retain the vital nutrients and enzymes; reducing oxidation in fruits and vegetables during the process.
Cold-pressed juice are the current hype in Kuching, and apart from Pure9 juices, there is also juices from RawKitchen. Cold-pressed juice attracts health enthusiast, juice lovers, gym goers and even children loves juices. But little do we know that the commercial juices contains preservatives and other extra ingredients, hence making it not as healthy as cold-pressed juice.
This is because, cold-pressed juice contains no water & no artificial sugar, no additives & no preservatives, no flavouring & no colouring. No pasteurization, and it's 100% natural and pure.
It is just like when mothers makes juices at home. Because it's healthier than commercial juices, and 2, because they are sure of the things they added into the juice before serving you.
I had the privilege to attend Pure9 juices private launching event this morning at Earthling HQ. It is an event to introduced Pure9 juices further/juice-tasting and, to launch their latest series! Pure9 juices have 7 series previously, with 26 different kind of juices segregated into different series. Each series serves different purposes. They even have series specially made for kids - Pure Au Naturale. Other than this, they also have the Pure Anti-Oxidant, Pure Cleansing, Pure Detox, Pure Wellness, Pure Beauty and Pure Energy. Furthermore, the taste of each juices is categorize into 3 different levels - beginner, intermediate, master. (Tried the master level, really damn master level I cannot cause I'm not a juice person, especially when it comes to mix fruit and vege juice)
The main reason for today's launching event is to introduced Pure9 juices 8th series - Go Nuts! That is pure almond mylk (Pure9 juices way of spelling milk - a medieval spelling of milk, to describe non-dairy products) added with 4 different flavours - espresso, vanilla, beet, and chocolate.
In my opinion, I'm not really a fan of this series, but it's probably because of the almond mylk which I am not familiar, and particularly not fond with. However, this series may appeal to those who are lactose intolerant, and vegetarians.
For me, I prefer their juices. But only certain juices though... you see.. me and vegetables... they just don't go well. whether it's solid, or liquid.
Among all their series and juices, I love the most is Inside Out - lemongrass, lime, green apple, orange. It is probably because I love to all things sour. It just brings out the zest in me! I told the founder of Pure9 juices, Nee about this and she packed more sour juices for me to try out! yay thank you
Also, I brought Xavier along with me to try out the juices and he likes the Go Nuts! series, chocolate flavour.
My goodie bag yay
3 juice -
Radiance : kedondong, guava, orange, pandan
Inside Out : lemongrass, lime, green apple, orange
Enchanted : green grapes, kiwi, green pear, green apple (this one sure sour until cannot hehe)
And this one specially for Xavier. ♥
Pure brand juices are available at :
The Pure Workshop,
Ground Floor, Unit 35, Lot 3503,
Block 11, Jalan Bayor Bukit, Tabuan Jaya,
93350, Kuching, Sarawak.
Opening Hours : 8.30am - 6pm (Mon - Sat)
There also available at supermarkets including Everise, Choice Premier, Ta Kiong, Forda, Giant, Cold Storage etc