There’s nothing more satisfying than slurping a fresh Jamba Juice on a hot summer day. Quenching your thirst is easy with the cold, fruity flavors of these yummy beverages. More than that, you know you’re getting the necessary vitamins and minerals from their Fresh Juice menu, including ginger, beets, and kale. You can see that your drinks are prepared using actual fruits and not powders.
Their restaurants serve a variety of smoothies and juices. For smoothies, they offer: superfood, classic, whole food nutrition, all fruit, fit n’ fruitful, fruit and veggie, functional, and creamy. For juices, they have different variants of cold-pressed drinks and signature blends and freshly-squeezed juices. If these are not enough, you can try the Jamba Juice secret menu. A lot of people have tried different combinations; though not all of them were successful.
Here, you’re going to learn which Jamba Juice drinks made it to the best underground list, created by courageous individuals from around the world—the ones that people come back to every time they go to the Jamba restaurants. Give them a try, and once you’re familiar with the combinations, feel free to craft your very own unique drink.
Butterfinger – Chocolate lovers, rejoice! Although there are tons of chocolate drinks from coffee shops and other restaurants, only a few of them have the peanut butter flavor, or even the Butterfinger taste. You can get this drink by getting a carrot juice (surprise!) and then add a combination of chocolate, peanut butter and frozen yogurt. You have to try it to believe it.
Hello Jesus – Why Hello Jesus? It’s because you will absolutely thank the heavens for having tasted this deliciousness. This is a mix of fruit drinks that will soothe and provide joy and happiness to your taste buds. To get the Hello Jesus experience, combining strawberries, peaches, and oranges in your smoothies.
Sour Patch Kids – To get the sour flavor of Sour Patch Kids, you will need a lemonade, and one scoop each of ice, blueberries, and the following sherbets: lime, pineapple, raspberries, and orange. They are sour and sweet and totally wonderful if you’re craving something candylicious.
Berry Depressing – This play of words has got nothing to do with how this one is made. The truth is, it’s filled with so many happy berries. Check with the staff if they know how to do this. If they’re not familiar with it, choose what available berries they have and then get a portion of all of them mixed with your drink. Expect your energy to spike after you get this infusion of flavors.
Lemon Dream Machine – Lemon is already a popular pick-me-up, but this combination is truly one of the crowd favorites. Order 6 oz. lemonade, 6 oz. soy milk, a scoop of ice, frozen yogurt, and sherbet. This dream machine has a mix of both lime and lemon flavors, but the yogurt and milk base makes it a dreamy and creamy smoothie. Other dream machines you can get are strawberry, raspberry, pineapple, and orange.
Gummy Bear – There are five kinds of this drink: chocolate, green, pink, red, and white. Try at least two of these, maybe the white and the red. To get the white one, mix 6 oz. of peach juice and 4 oz. of soy milk, ice, and then add a scoop of the following sherbets: lime, raspberry, pineapple, orange, and strawberries. To get the red smoothie, combine 6 oz. of raspberry or pomegranate juice, 4 oz. soy milk, ice, and again, a scoop of the following sherbets: lime, raspberry, pineapple, orange, and strawberries. The trick is to have different bases, but the add-ons stay the same.
Chocolate Orange – You must be shaking your head after reading the name of this mix. If you see the color of the output, you may also think of giving it a pass. But according to those who have tried it, they’ve never felt more wrong judging a drink right away, and they promise that this is actually outstanding. The base will be 10 oz. chocolate drink, and then add two scoops of green Froyo, orange sherbet, frozen yogurt, 1 oz. orange juice, and then ice. Best smoothie, according to some.
Pink Starburst – This one sounds like a character from Care Bears or My Little Pony, but this is actually a drink that people can’t seem to agree on about what its ingredients actually are. This is the original recipe: 6 oz. lemonade, 2 oz. soy milk, two blue scoops of Froyo and strawberries, one scoop of plain and raspberry sherbet, and ice. Try one and join the debate!