May 30, 2006

Java Juice® Liquid Coffee Extract

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What is Java Juice? That's what we asked ourselves after finding out about this new pure coffee extract. You put this pouch of 100% organic coffee beans into a cup of hot water (they recommend filtered as we always do as well) and you've got a great 10-12oz cup of coffee. You can also add Java Juice to cold water with ice to make iced coffee any time you want. We'll be getting some Java Juice to review very soon and will give you our impressions after we receive it.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 30, 2006 8:13 AM
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This month we are taking advance orders for the next run of packaging with a few great improvements. Java Juice® now comes in a new technology barrier package. This means you now have a full year shelf life for Java Juice®

If you pre- order you’ll benefit in two ways. You make your order is reserved in advanced and you’ll receive a 5’% discount by doing this!
So don’t miss out on the freshest run of Java Juice®

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