I absolutely love fruit juice. There’s nothing more refreshing on a hot summer’s day than a cold glass with breakfast, or any meal of the day. Queue, Pago Fruit Juices.
Now that summer has finally arrived I was super excited when Pago got in touch and wanted to collaborate. They kindly offered me a whole crate of their juice, of my choice. After a quick browse I opted for the Orange juice. Not exactly daring, considering the huge range of flavours, but I was interested to see what their orange juice tasted like and whether they’d nailed their orange varieties.
So, on a very hot day, 12 bottles of the bottled juice arrived! Yes, 12 bottles!
In true greedy style, I ended up having 2 bottles in the space of a few minutes. They were simply delicious and refreshing. What stood out for me when choosing my flavour was the “Simply 100% fruit, nothing added” and I certainly wasn’t disappointed. They are very addictive, maybe it was the glass bottle that it came in that gave it a gorgeous flavour, different to the flavour of those you buy in the supermarket? But whatever their secret knack is, the orange juice was delicious. My dad even commented on how fruity, refreshing and delicious it was. He was also a big fan of the glass bottle too!
They are ideal for taking camping or for a day out in the countryside. And the glass bottle could even be reused as a vase for some freshly picked flowers or a table candle. I’ve basically drunk them all already (see, this is how much I love them) but the orange flavour would definitely taste wonderful in a cocktail or even frozen as an ice lolly.
I hadn’t previously heard of Pago Fruit Juices, but their bottles are very distinctive so I think they will definitely catch my eye in cafes and restaurants from now on. And I’ll be sure to opt for them too.
A big thank you to Pago Fruit Juices for sending me the juice (packaged very well may I add!). Me and my fam are very big lovers now. You can follow them on Social Media too for even more juicy inspiration: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook
*This is a sponsored post, however as always, this is an honest review and all thoughts and opinions are my own*