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The Juicing Tree Returns to LoHi

You can get your fix very close to the shuttered location

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The LoHi satelite location of The Juicing Tree was forced out of its space at 32nd and Tejon when the building that housed it was torn down earlier this summer. Along with the pressed juice business, the neighborhood also lost the Laughing Latte, which did not reopen, Fat Jack Subs, which moved a block away, and Mary Jane's Pizza, a late-night pizzeria that relaunched recently in the Cole neighborhood.

With an first location and production facility in Park Hill, the company owned by Paul Krzystyniak is now back in LoHi in a sweet wooden shack next door to Highland Tap & Burger, Bar Dough, and Uncle, right at 32nd and Vallejo.

The creations made by the Juicing Tree are crafted only from organic ingredients that are in season and have never been frozen. A variety of flavor combinations offer everyone something that matches their taste. Right now, the seasonal watermelon mint is a highlight and so is the permanently available Yogi, made with pineapple, Granny Smith apples, lemon, ginger, and turmeric. A full menu is available online. Cleanses are also available.

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