Pure juice from first pressing is a pure juice from the first pressing, which comes from particularly acidic fruits, such as aronia berries, pomegranate or blackcurrants. Our pure juice from first pressings are as natural as possible. This means that the fruits are only pressed once and then gently processed so that a large number of natural ingredients are preserved. This also means that the pure juice is not filtered, but retains its cloudy substances, which are also called secondary plant substances. After pressing, the pure juice from first pressing is gently pasteurised to preserve it. Since no other ingredients such as sugar or water are added to the pure juice from first pressings, the juice contains a high acid content and is therefore not usually consumed pure.
Both pure juice from first pressing and "normal" pure juice are juices with 100% fruit content. This means that both the pure juice from first pressing and the pure juice contain only the original, fruit-own components of the processed fruit. The difference between pure juice from first pressing - also called original juice - and "normal" pure juice is, however, that our pure juice from first pressing contains
- is a juice from the first pressing,
- the natural cloudy substances are not or hardly removed,
- a large number of the natural ingredients are preserved due to the gentle production process, and
- the juice has a high acid content.
This means that our pure juices contain all the natural components of the processed fruit and provide you with the best natural quality.
Differences to other types of juice
In addition to pure juice from first pressings and pure juices, there are other different types of juice on the market, such as fruit juice from concentrate, nectar or fruit juice drinks. These differ in their fruit juice content or in the ingredients they contain. Learn more about this in our articles "Difference between pure juice and concentrate" and "Difference between juice and nectar".
Pure juice from first pressing or pure juice is obtained from various fruits - particularly popular are, for example:
- Aronia berries
Each fruit has its own advantages that can contribute to a balanced and varied diet. As the pure juices have a high acid content and a very intense taste, they are only suitable for pure consumption to a limited extent. For a pleasant taste experience, you can instead dilute the juice with water and enjoy it as a spritzer. Alternatively, you can also add our pure juice from first pressings to smoothies or use them as an ingredient for delicious mocktails, as well as for making fruity jellies or for refining dishes.
What is meant by pure juice?
A pure juice - also called pure juice from first pressing or original juice - is a juice from the first pressing. It is left in its natural state and is hardly filtered, if at all, so that it contains many natural cloudy substances. Due to the gentle processing, a large number of natural ingredients are retained in the pure juice from Rabenhorst. Moreover, no additional ingredients are added, so that the juice consists only of the fruit's own components.
How do you drink pure juice from first pressing?
Pure juice from first pressing or pure juice should be drunk diluted with water. This is because of the fruit acid it contains. How much water you use depends on your own preference. Since the juice contains only the fruit's own sugar, it can be perceived as very sour. For additional sweetness, you can use honey, or as a vegan variant maple syrup.