The Best Juices to Try in Hong Kong

If you’re looking to add nutrients to your diet in a quick (and delicious) way, then this list is for you.

A few years ago, Hong Kong went wild for the juice-fast craze. A juice fast is when you swap your normal diet for an all-liquid one, and it can last anywhere from a day up to a week. It’s intended to be a full body cleanse, and devotees claim to have more energy, clearer skin, better sleep, and so much more.

It’s since died down a bit and there are only a few spots around to get your fresh-pressed goodness. Whether you’re wanting to do a full fast, or just looking for a nutritious pick-me-up, we’ve got what you’re looking for. Read on to find out where to find your juices in Hong Kong.

Genie Juicery

Genie Juicery burst onto the Hong Kong back in 2011, as the city’s original retail juicer. All of their products are cold pressed, vegan and organic – and did we mention delicious? Founded by Aussie power-duo Melanie Barnish and Cara McIllroy (both certified Health Coaches!), it was originally a detox programme. But demand was high, and they soon expanded – now they have juices, smoothies, nut mylks, raw food and even cold brew coffees. Between the ifc mall flagship store, Great Food Hall and their mobile van, they’re easy to find when you need a pick-me-up (and they still offer cleanses if you’re interested!).

Genie Juicery
2096B Podium Level 2, ifc Mall, 8 Finance Street, Central; +852 2644 5875

Nood food

Nood food is on a mission to demystify nutrition. They want to make healthy eating easy, by serving up fresh, pure food – no weird ingredients or additives. Their juices are no exception. You can grab one as a post-workout refresher or try one of their cleanses. They have well over 20 juices to choose from, each with a uniquely potent combination of ingredients. The ‘Happy Apple’ is a great workout recovery, while ‘All The Whey’ is a protein-packed drink that will help aid your muscle recovery. They have five levels of cleanses available, including a custom option that lets you pick and mix your optimal combinations.

Nood food
2/F Kinwick Centre, 32 Hollywood Road, Central; +852 8199 8189

Tizzy Shots

Tizzy Shots are a juice, but not in the traditional sense. These are pocked sized “elixirs” that fire up the body and get your systems working properly. There are three flavours of Tizzy Shots to choose from, each made with raw, cold pressed and organic materials. The Classic Ginger is a spicy blend of ginger, lemon and Manuka honey that kick-starts the immune system. The inky Charcoal helps detoxify the body and reduce bloating, and the Turmeric shot is there to help your overall wellness and reduce inflammation. You can take them any time of time, and any kind of way – shoot them back like tequila, or dilute them in warm water. They’re available at select stockists around the city, or you can order online directly.

Find out more information here.


Based in Hong Kong, bless is a cold pressed juiced company run by a group that’s literally obsessed with juice and the wellness it can bring to our lives. Their thinking is simple: a healthy diet leads to a healthy life, and a healthy life is a happy one. Working with a dietitian and nutritionist, they have created a range of nutritional cold-pressed juices to nourish you. Their consultation services are excellent and will help you find the best plan for you. They have single flavour juices, mix flavours, cleanses and even tea-infused concoctions.

No. 1 Pak Sha Road, Causeway Bay; +852 2877 2323


Juices, raw food, cleanses, and organic products – is there anything Be-Juiced can’t do? They want to bring healthy eating to the masses in Hong Kong, and help the city reset and maintain an optimal state of body and mind. Their recipes are developed for ultimate nutrition, helping you break old habits, re-set your digestion, increase your energy, lose the bloat and strengthen your immune system. They have three levels of programmes, so you can find your ideal system for you.

45 Peel Street, Central; +852 2668 6231

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