Boost Juice Bars Reviews
Description:Get a delicious smoothie or juice supplemented with an extra boost to get you through the morning or afternoon!
Newest Review: ... and many other products that just scream HEALTHY at you as you walk past the brightly coloured green and orange stand. One bad thing is that the queues can sometimes be quite long, although each smoothie doesnt take long to make. Basically you can either choose everything that goes in, a fresh juice, or you can just choose one of their pre named smoothies. Most are made with yoghurt but you ... more
Customer Boost Juice Bars Reviews (4)
by - written on 01/10/10 (Very useful, 187 readings)
If like me you are sometimes too lazy to peel an orange on the go, then give Boost Juice Bars a try. Boost is basically a smoothie making company that has little booths in most travel places like stations or airports. They have a large selection of fruit, yoghurt, soy, and many other products that just scream HEALTHY at you as you walk past the brightly coloured green and orange stand. One bad thing is that the queues can sometimes be quite long, although each smoothie doesnt take long to make. Basically you can either choose everything that goes in, a fresh juice, or you can just choose one of their pre named smoothies. Most are made ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 214 readings)
I am a big fan of juice bars now that I am trying to eat healthier and I always try and ensure that I do get my 5 a day. When a Boost Juice Bar opened up in our local shopping centre, I just had to try it. Here they sell all sorts that are made with fruits and some fruits that I hadnt even ever heard of! Some of my new and old favourite fruits I enjoy in fruit juices include: watermelon, passion fruit, pineapple, banana, cranberry and acai berry. At the Boost bar, you can mix your own fruits together and make your own little concoction of fruits all mixed together. I love buying and drinking a drink from Boost as not only does it taste great but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/08 (Very useful, 235 readings)
There is one of these little shops at the trafford centre. I have been a few times and really have enjoyed it. I will review that shop but bear in mind different locations will probably differ. Firstly it isnt strictly a shop. You dont actually go into a store, there are no tables or anything like that. It is simply set into a recession in the wall and you walk up to the counter and place your order. This is quite clever really. People walking past are more likely to stop and get a quick drink as it does give you the impression there is no messing around and you will get speedy service. Guess what...you do! There are many options of drink for you to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/08 (Very useful, 816 readings)
When I was in Oxford recently I was given a flyer offering me a half price juice at a local juice bar, it was a warm day so I decided a glass of juice was just what the doctor ordered and followed the map on the flyer to Boost. All I can say is what a fantastic idea. When I lived in the US a number of years ago there was a juice bar on every corner and even larger hotels incorporated them into their general layout, but unfortunately the juice bar phenomenon didn't make it across the water to the UK. A few sprang up in the 90's but while they were fairly popular with the health nuts among us, they didn't really hold very much appeal for people who just wanted ... Read the complete review
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