Where to Drink the Best-Tasting Juices in Central America

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If your next trip is somewhere in Central America, spend some time in these countries and let your mouth experience juice heaven!



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Did you know that Belizeans juice every single fruit available? Honestly, you’ll never see juice the same way again. In this country, they juice ordinary fruits like pineapple and orange, even soursop! After drinking their unique-tasting fruit beverages, you might want to try their seaweed drink (yep, you’ve read that right) which includes milk, nutmeg, vanilla, cinnamon, and of course, the star—seaweed.

Costa Rica


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Costa Rica is rich in various tropical fruits which are cultivated within its territory. They have fruit-based beverages that will make you fall in love with the country even more. Their fruit drinks are called “refrescos” or “frescos,” and they are more like fruit juice made with milk or water. These beverages are so refreshing; you’ll definitely feel some good vibes.


This country boasts of its sweet, spiced drink called Horchata, which is made from milky rice. They also have refrescos, which as mentioned earlier are fruit smoothies, and licuados. Licuados are fresh fruit drinks with water, milk, or yogurt. Both beverages are loved by many in Honduras because of their cool, invigorating flavor.


If you want to consume juice that will make you forget all your troubles, the “el macuá” is for you. The official Nicaragua drink is a combination of light rum, lemon juice, guava juice, and sugar. It’s a palatable beverage that will make you crave for more.

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The country is also abundant in tropical fruits with are blended with milk, yogurt, or water and used in various non-alcoholic drinks.


Seco herrerano is a fermented sugar cane liquor and is the country’s national liquor. It’s used to make chichita, a favorite fruit juice in Panama. Sometimes the liquor is also mixed with milk, producing a drink called seco con vaca.

Surely all this information convinced you to go on a juice trip in Central America!

If you don’t have a budget yet, perhaps you could make your own best-tasting juice instead. What are you waiting for? Go and get yourself a juicer asap! Here’s some good news: finding the top juicers on the market today is as easy as 1-2-3 thanks to the internet. Happy juicing!