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The Brothers Coldpress

To celebrate the launch of their delicious new Pink Panther (watermelon and lemon coldpress juice), we’re giving away a $50 voucher to spend at The Brothers Coldpress.

Aside from the sunshine feeling you get when you drink something this colour… watermelon is amazingly good for you. Pink Panther (Watermelon & Lemon) is seriously hydrating and rich in antioxidants, vitamins and phytonutrients. Lycopene in particular is a powerful anti-inflammatory that can help protect your cells from free radical damage. Did we mention it’s also pretty delicious?

Our official Confetti taste tester said, ‘Unlike the real Pink Panther this little drop doesn’t sneak up on you – the undeniable aroma of watermelon is unleashed the minute the top is unscrewed. Smooth and refreshing with a robust flavour.’

The Brothers Coldpress came to be because owners Roger and Potti were fed up with the half liquid, half fluff juices their old-school centrifugal machine was making at Fidel’s Cafe. Roger was making cold press from home and decided to bottle a few batches to see how it went in the cafe and boom, they decided cold press is best, and never looked back. It’s now popping up in cafes and boutique grocery outlets all over Wellington.

The difference between the two methods of juicing is heat and friction. And the difference between the end result is texture and nutrient content. Centrifugal or home juicers extract the juice by spinning a grater blade on the produce at high speed which oxidise the produce causing it to spoil faster and killing the living enzymes in the process.  Coldpress chops and then presses the produce extracting every last juicy drop and keeps everything cold and alive. Whether the health claims that cold press is nutritionally superior are entirely true remains to be seen, but it can’t hurt right? Fresh is best!

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