All of the produce used at Beeatroot is 100% organic and their juices are cold pressed. Everything is scratch made in house, except for their nut-mylks. Their nut mylks are packaged and are non-organic. By the way, their smoothie menu clearly indicates which ingredients are organic, thank you for your transparency Beeatroot.
Beeatroot serves cold pressed organic juices, elixirs, and made to order smoothies. They also offer kombucha on tap.
What I Ordered
I ordered a turmeric and ginger elixir with a splash of apple and lemon, sprinkled with black pepper on top- wow! I’m pretty sure that was the best-tasting elixir I’ve had the pleasure of tasting. I sampled every one of the juices on hand and ordered a lighter ginger concoction. Overall, the juices had a nice combo of produce choices resulting in recipes with a pleasurable and palatable taste. A few of the smoothies offered include the Berry Ginger which is comprised of fresh ginger, blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, almond mylk, and maple syrup. The Peanut Butter & Jelly smoothie is made with banana, peanut butter, blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, almond mylk, and maple syrup.
Beeatroot occupies a small yet charming older building behind the parking garage on Artisan Alley. There are a few tables and chairs outside under roof and bar seating inside. Beeatroot boasts a local neighborhood feel while the staff is pleasant and knowledgable.
Husband and wife owned and operated, Beeatroot is hardcore about their juicing process. They use the old fashioned double pressed method ensuring the highest nutritional content in their cold pressed juices. Word has it that mushroom infused organic coffee, tea, salads, wraps, and bowls will be on their menu soon. For this reason and more, I can’t wait to come back for another review. Stop by and give them your support, they serve the cleanest and most nutritious juice in town.