That night, I tried their specialty classic smoothie, Strawberries Wild. It has strawberry, banana, apple-strawberry juice, and nonfat frozen yogurt. With my first sip, I fell in love with it. It was so good! Well, it did help that they use whole fruit, and I saw myself that the fruits were being added to the blender. It’s like having 2.5 servings of fruit!
Not contented with trying just one (I did get the small size though), I then tried the Carribean Passion, which has passionfruit-mango juice, strawberries, peaches, and orange sherbet. It was intriguing and on the sour side, but the harmony of fruits worked out pretty well!
As I have written before, Jamba Juice also serves fresh-squeezed juice, steel cut oatmeal, fruit and yogurt parfait, California flatbread and wraps, and pastries like pretzels.
Jamba Juice now is a network of 744 stores worldwide, and as I’ve written here, Max’s Group has gone under contract to build 40 stores in the next ten years. The group is optimistic that Jamba Juice will be well-loved by Filipinos, especially those with dynamic lifestyles.
Here are some more pictures of their flagship store at Bonifacio High Street Central: