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luxury juices overpriced or worth it?
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RE: luxury juices overpriced or worth it?
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RE: luxury juices overpriced or worth it?
One reason I haven't started making my own juice yet is because it's too much like cooking... I love cooking but I never follow recipes, I'm not sure I'd know how Wink 
LLazarus is a great juice. I think "luxury" just depends on your definition and your budget. I regularly buy juices that cost upwards of $15-20 for 30ml,because they're ones that I know I love. I also regularly buy cheaper juices that can be just as good. It's all about preference, and the specific flavors. My most expensive bottle of juice was $35 for 30ml,which many would consider a luxury juice, and I can't stand it, didn't test it before I bought it. Then I bought a $5 juice online and loved it. So are all luxury juices worth it? Hell no. But some are. I recall a $50 creme brulee juice that I tried (in a tester, I didn't buy it) that I would have purchased if I'd had the money at the time because it was soooooooo good. But I definitely wouldn't spend that for just anything else for the sake of having expensive juice. 
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