Jamba Juice is a popular American brand and they’re known for their healthy juices and blended beverages and as well as their healthy snacks. They’ve been operating in the Philippines for almost a month already. Max’s group owns the Jamba Juice franchise in the Philippines. They are also the same group that runs Krispy Kreme here in the Philippines.
How does one order at Jamba Juice? First, one has to select his/her size (16 oz., 22 oz., or 30 oz.). Since it was our first time, we opted for the 16 oz. drink. Then, we chose a flavor. I chose the Strawberries Wild (their bestseller) while Sharlyne chose Banana Berry. Banana Berry is composed of the following ingredients: bananas, blueberries, apple-strawberry juice, nonfat yogurt, and raspberry sherbet. As for Strawberries Wild, this luscious drink consists of the following ingredients: strawberries, bananas, apple-strawberry juice, and nonfat frozen yogurt.
You also have the option to add a boost. You may choose from the following: 3G Charger Boost (3G stands for: Green tea, Guarana and Ginseng), Antioxidant Power Boost (rich in Vitamins A, C, and E), Daily Vitamin Boost (22 essential vitamins and minerals), Energy Boost (Vitamin B and botanicals), Flax and Fiber Boost (Omega-3 Fatty Acids plus 7 grams of fiber), Immunity Boost (vitamin C, Zinc, and all-natural plant extracts, Probiotic boost, Soy protein boost (8 grams of soy), and Whey protein boost (10 grams of protein with essential amino acids).
In our second visit to Jamba Juice, we were able to add some boosts to our smoothies. I chose the Antioxidant Power Boost while Sharlyne chose the Flax and Fiber Boost.
Based from what we have tried Strawberries Wild is our top favorite while the Banana Berry is next to it. I think next time I’ll try the Five Fruit Frenzy as what my friend have suggested. 🙂
I know the price of 135 pesos for a 16 oz. smoothie could be a bit expensive but we’re paying for high-quality smoothies from a well-known brand.
I do hope they will have a branch in Makati. 😀
Bonifacio High Street Central, Bonifacio Global City,
Taguig City, Metro Manila (past R.O.X.)