Everything that orange juice should be. Sweet, tangy, crisp, natural. It’s practically everywhere in Paros, and comes both in small juice boxes and 1-liter containers. Tastes good both chilled and room temperature. All-around wonderful.
Slides in at a comfortable second on this list, i.e. the first loser. About the same as Life taste-wise. It’s natural, and it’s not too sour or flat. Good for people who like pulp. I personally don’t, which is why it’s not as high, but I can admit it’s still pretty decent. It’s also everywhere, and if you Google “Greek orange juice brands” that’s pretty much the only thing that comes up. Probably Life’s competitor. The Tropicana to Life’s Florida Natural.
Average. Not very natural-tasting, but it’s one of the cheapest on this list, and it’ll satisfy your juice craving. You can find this in most supermarkets, but not many markets or small shops. It’s good for when you need to buy a lot of juice for a lot of people. Albert and Thomas bought this stuff for us to have at school for breakfast, for example.
4. Mythical Juice
I have very little to say about this stuff. I only had it once, as an experiment. It’s mostly for kids, kind of like those twist-off fruit drinks in plastic bottles that kids have at soccer games. Don’t.
Do not let the brand name fool you. This juice is not full of life. Hard to find, which is a blessing in disguise. Doesn’t taste at all like it should; I’m pretty sure I was drinking an alcohol-less Corona Lime with pulp in it. It was bad right down to the packaging, which was difficult to both drink straight and pour from. The Minute Maid of Greek orange juice.
– Kate Peeler