where can you buy cherry juice?!

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    i can only get it abroad.
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    http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/pag...E6C6C4807B2AD7

    Mix that with water?
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    My local independent deli used to sell 'cartons' of German (I think) cherry juice and it was delicious. You could try that or somewhere like Aldi or Lidl - they sometimes have cherry juice in.
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    As said, Lidl. the Turkish food market in Brighton does too, so perhaps try the sort of shops that import food and goods from Europe for the local expat community?
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    ooooooh. never knew such a thing could be bought.
    can you imagine how long it would take to juice your own!
    might just have to check it out. ;thumbsup;
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    one of the cafes on Lanaster University (Pizzaetta republic) campus does cherry juice at £1 a glass. It's delicious. Though if I could get litre cartons of it, then I'd be super-happy. I've never seen it available in shops.
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    i would try lidl or a german/ east europe food shop - they sell it in poland, so a polski sklep might have some.
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    Yes, Polish shops will have cherry juice. Look for 'sok wisniowy'. Tymbark is the best brand.
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    ooohhh - i live on tymbark in poland (wisnia i jablka!) - YUM. To be fair you won't need to read the label - in the less than subtle polish style there will be big images of cherries on the carton/bottle
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    ooohhh - i live on tymbark in poland (wisnia i jablka!) - YUM. To be fair you won't need to read the label - in the less than subtle polish style there will be big images of cherries on the carton/bottle
    I just wanted to show off my knowledge of Polish. :p: Tymbark's great, isn't it? Polish fruit juice in general is better than what you get in the UK, not to mention cheaper. I hope that when I go to university I'll be able to locate a polski sklep somewhere... either that or go home every weekend.:p:
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    polish food and drink in general is better and cheaper than in england - I have some pierniki knocking about in my cupboard from my trip in July - yummy. I like the nectar approach too - the 50% juice 50% sweet water makes it lighter but still tasty, not to mention cheap, and means you get more exotic flavours. Allegedly there is a polski sklep open near me now - must take a drive and see if I can hunt down some proper polish food - especially sernik!
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    polish food and drink in general is better and cheaper than in england - I have some pierniki knocking about in my cupboard from my trip in July - yummy. I like the nectar approach too - the 50% juice 50% sweet water makes it lighter but still tasty, not to mention cheap, and means you get more exotic flavours. Allegedly there is a polski sklep open near me now - must take a drive and see if I can hunt down some proper polish food - especially sernik!
    Pierniki are great! You have taste. Yes, Polish food in general is just better quality, really. Especially the bread, you can't beat Polish bread. And I must confess a certain weakness for Prince Polo chocolates.
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    ooh prince polo! those are ace.
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    ooh prince polo! those are ace.
    :five:

    Anyway, yes, back to cherry juice...
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    thanks for all the help everyone! i'm still surviving on the cherry juice i brought back from greece but there is only one carton left arghhh. i dont live in a very cultured area lol so theres only tesco or sainsburys. lidl seems to have popped up quite a few times but i dont know of any polish shops or foreign markets either :'( i'll keep searching though. not giving up just yet.
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    The Tesco where i live has loads of Polish food products, and stocks cherry juice
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    Buy some cherries, take out the stones, put them in the blender and voila you have cherry juice.
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    I've seen it in the fridge in Tesco/asda in Edinburgh before.
 
 
 
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