Not all juices are created equally, and the ladies of Wonder Press prove it to us every day with their superior quality drinks. Friends and Boulder natives Brooke Jordan, Robyn Knowlan, and Cecily Runge, recently opened their new shop at 946 Pearl (formerly the site of Wok Eat), where they are serving freshly crafted cold-pressed juices and natural nut milks. If you haven’t stopped by, you’re seriously missing out. Not only are these ladies fun to be around, but their offerings are DIVINE.
Wonder Press makes organic, unpasteurized, raw juice with locally grown ingredients, including veggies, fruits, nuts, seeds, and herbs. Drinks are always sold in a glass (not plastic) bottle, and each one contains several pounds of healthy produce.
All of their homemade items are packed with plenty of vitamins, minerals, and live enzymes, making Wonder Press juices tasty and nutritious. The store offers a selection of house-made juices, tonic shots, blended smoothies, and nut milks, like almond milk sweetened with dates and vanilla bean. Menu highlights include the Emerald and Yam Cookie, two of which you need to try ASAP. Wonder Press also serves coffee from local roaster Boxcar Coffee, as well as fresh baked goods.
The locavore juice company is dedicated to both nutrition and sustainability. In addition to working with nearby organic farmers, Wonder Press also has a bottle exchange program and donates all leftovers to the lucky goats at Mountain Flower Goat Dairy.
Those of you who attended my I <3 Modern party in June are already familiar with Wonder Press’ delicious and rejuvenating drinks, since they were one of our event sponsors. Now all Boulder residents and visitors can enjoy these awesome juices at the company’s new storefront. Remodeled before opening, the shop is a welcoming space featuring a crisp white design, orchids, cozy seating, and WiFi. Be sure to stop by Wonder Press this summer and get into the juice vibe.