Breville The Juice Fountain Cold ReviewIf you’ve never tried juicing, now is the time to give it a whirl. With the winter chill and flu season hitting the country, there’s more of a need than ever to build up our immune systems and sustain ourselves against the cold. Part of that comes from eating healthy, and the easiest way to get all those vitamins and minerals is juicing.

That’s where the Breville Juice Fountain Cold comes in. It’s a cold juicer with Cold Spin Technology to minimize heating up as your juice is extracted. Not only does it efficiently spin every last drop out of your fruit and veggies, it’s sleek style looks amazing on your countertop.

Here’s how the Breville Juice Fountain Cold works and what I thought of one of the latest juicer from Breville.

The Breville Juice Fountain Cold is a stylish juicer

Breville Juice Fountain Cold Demo

Breville is one of those companies I really admire for their appliance style. For me, the general rule with Breville appliances is never tuck them away behind a cupboard door. I keep Breville small appliances front and centre on the countertop. Besides working great, they really add to the kitchen decor.

When I unpacked this juicer I could see it was no exception to my Breville rule. I love the flashy dial and buffed finish. For a juicer that can hold up to two litres of juice, it’s pretty compact too.

The opening on the juicer is designed to fit whole fruit and vegetables. With the exception of the Italian mesh sieve, all pieces are plastic and top-rack dishwasher safe. Breville does recommend you hand wash to keep them in tip-top shape.

Some juicers only have one speed, but the Breville Juice Fountain Cold offers you two: low and high. The instruction booklet will tell you which speed to use to get the most amount of juice from your produce.

Included in the box is a brush designed to scrub out the mesh sieve. It’s really useful when doing a quick brush down before you wash it, and it’s one of the reasons why this juicer is so easy to clean.

Juicing with the Breville Juice Fountain Cold

Breville Juice Fountain Italian Mesh Sieve

I’ve never really been a juicer. I’ve owned juicers and I’ve bought bottled juice when I needed a quick pick-me-up, but I’ve never been into daily juicing. I do have quite a few friends who are, and they’ve shared with me tips and their thoughts on what makes a great juicer. Now that I’ve seen how easy it is to make juice with the Breville Juice Fountain Cold, I’m completely sold on adding daily juice to my diet.

Whenever a juicing conversation comes up, my friends have always said a fast, cold juicer is the way to go. You don’t want to wait 10 minutes for a glass of juice that ends up being warm from the extraction process. It’s not time efficient, and juicing that way doesn’t extract the most nutrients from whatever fruits and veggies you’re using.

With the Breville Juice Fountain Cold you tap into Breville’s Cold Spin Technology. This type of tech creates the coldest juice by using a precise Italian-made micro mesh filter. This filter ensures the most juice is extracted from the produce without excess heat transfer.

It works so well I was treated to a large glass of cold juice within a minute of pushing through my fruit and vegetables. There are a lot of different recipes in the included booklet, but I just improvised with an apple, spinach, beet, and carrot.

The best features on the Breville Juice Fountain Cold

Extra-wide opening

Breville Juice Fountain Cold how to juice

There are a lot of great features on this juicer, and the extra-large opening is one of my favourites. It takes an entire beet or apple and pulverizes it into juice. That eliminates a lot of the prep working and cutting you might have to do with smaller-mouthed juicers, and it took a lot less time to extract the juice because you aren’t feeding in pieces.

Large refrigerator-friendly bucket

Breville Juice Fountain Cold Super Size Bucket

When you’re juicing with the Breville Juice Fountain Cold, it empties straight into a refrigerator-friendly bucket. That super-sized bucket has an included lid that skims off any foam and keeps your juice fresh for up to 3 days. It holds 2 litres, so you can juice a whole box of produce and keep your juice icy cold in your fridge.

Extra-dry pulp

Dry pulp breville juice fountain

The most amazing thing about this juicer was how dry the leftover produce was. It is funneled out of the mesh sieve into the reservoir container. If you reach in and grab a handful when you’re done juicing, you’ll pull up a handful of dry fruit and vegetable pulp. I honestly couldn’t tell whether any of my apple even made it into the reservoir, and all of the carrot and spinach was bone dry when I rubbed my finger over it.

That’s pretty amazing, because it means you’ve extracted the absolute most amount of juice and nutrients from your produce.

Clean up is so easy

Breville Juice Fountain Cold Review

The number one obstacle to daily juicing is the difficulty of cleaning up the juicer. I’ve cleaned a few juicers and I can honestly say the Breville Juice Fountain Cold was the easiest cleanup I’ve ever had.

You don’t have to rinse and scrub to get the excess pulp out of the juicer. It spins everything right out. You can use the included brush to remove the excess, then pop every piece in the dishwasher. You can hand wash it too, but if you’re just juicing in the morning and running out the door, putting it in the dishwasher means your juicer will be ready for you when you get home.

Overall thoughts on the Breville Juice Fountain Cold

Breville Juice Fountain Cold juicing demo

This is a great juicer. The juice it made for me was delicious, cold, and I know it extracted the most amount of vitamins and nutrients possible. It was also so easy to set up, very easy to use, and I love how it looks on my countertop.

Now I’m really excited about juicing, and since it tastes so good I can definitely see myself doing this every day. Check out the Breville Juice Fountain Cold on Best Buy right now, and you’ll be able to pick up this healthy habit too.

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