bJuice Berlin

bjuice-shopfrontI’ve been longing to tell you all about bJuice since they day I set foot in their shop. I’ve obviously been tweeting and sharing photos over on Instagram but I wanted to sit down and give you all the details.

We stumbled stumbled upon bJuice on our first day in Berlin. We’d been exploring the area we were staying in (Prenzlauer Berg) and as we walked down the beautiful wide pavements we couldn’t help but notice bJuice. It was situated just ’round the corner from where we were staying and as soon as we stepped inside we knew it was going to be a favourite.

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The store is fronted with huge windows which fill the bar with lots of light. The interior is very clean and minimal with white being the main colour focus. This really makes the bright bottles of juice stand out even more.

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Aside from the sharp interior the next thing that stood out to me were the staff. We were lucky to meet one of the founders of the company and he talked us through the new store, their juices (which are all cold-pressed on site) and the benefits. 

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On our final day we headed back ’round to bJuice so we could grab a couple of juices and have a chat with the owner. We were treated to some lemon and ginger shots to help with our colds. These things are the best and since returning home I’ve been making a batch each week.

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If you’re lucky enough to live in Berlin then make sure you pay bJuice a visit, even if it’s just for a morning lemon & ginger shot and to say hello. If you’re visiting the city and happen to be in the area then make sure you pop in and check out the store. It has a very relaxing atmosphere and the staff are full of knowledge and passion for their products.

If you haven’t seen my Berlin overview then check that out for lots of photos and an overview of the week.

Location: Kollwitzstraße 51 10405 Berlin Germany

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  • This sounds like such a nice store! I will definitely check this out the next time when I’m going to Berlin! Thanks for sharing this experience (and the nice pictures) 🙂 xx