How to Create a Juice Bar for a Special Brunch or Mother’s Day Breakfast

Everyone loves freshly squeezed juice.  A freshly squeezed juice bar is a fun and interactive way to let your guest customize their favorite juice by mixing and matching flavors and Herbs.


How to Set up a Fresh Squeezed Juice Bar

What you need for a Fresh Squeezed Juice Bar

  • Chilled Fresh Fruit juice 5 or 6 flavors
  • Fruit, for garnish
  • Herbs, optional garnish
  • small juice glasses
  • Carafes, pitchers or other clear containers for the fruit juice
  • Bowls for fruit garnishes
  • Small glasses for herb sprigs
  • Ice bucket
  • Tub filled with ice for juice carafes
  • Labels or signage for your juices
  • Cocktail napkins
  • Bar towels – to keep the bar neat.


3 Steps to Creating the Perfect Fresh Squeezed Juice Bar

1. Pour juices into carafes or other clear bottles.

I love these carafe’s in the picture and probably have a dozen of them.  I use them to store all sorts of things like iced coffee, fresh juice, flavored iced tea, and lemonade. You can usually pick these up for about $5 and I’ve even found them at the Dollar Store. Lable juices.

2. Place fruit and herb garnishes in bowls and glasses.

3.  Fill a large tub with ice and place carafes in ice to keep cold.

Let your guests go wild creating their favorite juice concoctions. By the way, kids love mixing and matching juices.


Juice for Mimosa Bar


Fresh Squeezed (or juiced) Juice Ideas for The Mimosa Bar

Orange juice
Lime Juice

Lemon Juice
Peach purée
Mango purée
Pineapple purée
Raspberry purée
Blackberry juice
Strawberry purée
Pomegranate juice
Grapefruit juice

Watermelon juice

Blueberry juice

Cranberry Juice

+ Sparkling water for a little fizz and to cut the richness of freshly squeezed juice.


Stress-Free Fresh Squeezed Juice Or Your Juice Bar

It’s easy to squeeze oranges, lime and such, but other juices need to be extracted with a juicer or turned into a puree to create.

If you have a juicer and love juicing feel free to make your own juice, otherwise buy freshly squeezed juice from your local fruit or juice stand or a grocery like Whole Foods.

fruits - berries and citrus


Fruit Garnishes for the Fresh Squeezed Juice Bar:



Orange slices

Lime wheels



Pomegranate seeds


Herbs for the Fresh Squeezed Juice Bar

Fresh Rosemary

Fresh Basil

Fresh Thyme

Fresh Lavender

Fresh Mint

Freshly grated ginger

Freshly grated nutmeg

Candied ginger


Adults Only for Your Juice Bar

  • Chilled Sparkling Wine
  • Chilled Prosecco or Cava
  • Vodka
  • Sparkling water


Create a freshly squeezed juice bar for your next Easter Brunch, Mother’s Day or just because it’s Sunday?  Guests will love this fun interactive Juice Bar.






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