InsightAwaken your insight with the luscious flavors of blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, and a subtle rose aroma.
As the most popular berry in America, the strawberry needs no introduction. The vibrant crimson flesh, sweet juicy texture, and aroma that reminds us of summer—all of these make an indelible impression on our collective consciousness. As a bonus, the anti-inflammatory properties of strawberries make them something our bodies need. Sprinkled with sugar and dipped in fine brandy, or fresh picked and still warm from the sun: either way, we are helpless to resist. And with every luscious puff of Juicy Berry so full of strawberry essence, we think we know how you'll be spending your day.
Deriving its name from the word raspise, meaning a sweet, rose-colored wine popular in the 15th century, a raspberry is, in fact, the edible fruit of a plant in the rose family. This tender berry can be found in golden, sunshine and purple varieties, but red raspberries are the kind in which you've likely fallen in love. These sweet bites of sunshine are extra irresistible due to their metabolism-boosting phytonutrients, and tea made from the leaves is thought to have numerous therapeutic uses. Our favorite way to get our daily quota of that raspberry magic, however, is with a mouthwatering pull of Juicy Berry.
Plump and juicy, with just the right balance of sweet and tart, blueberries are one of Mother Nature's treasures. One of very few naturally blue foods, the berry is rendered a hazy azure hue by its bloom, the protective barrier that keeps the fruit lush and succulent. Though small in size, blueberries are thought to improve motor skills and help prevent memory loss, proving that the best things really do come in small packages. Need more proof? Our Juicy Berry Vape comes in a small package too.
Hailing from the same plant family as strawberries and apples, roses are entirely edible. The subtle but distinctive flavor is used heavily in Persian and Middle Eastern cuisine; however, the use of rose petals and essences extends far beyond the culinary world. Religious ceremonies sometimes call for roses, the aroma is a popular component in cosmetics, and rose hips—considered the "fruit" of the rose—are rich in vitamin C, making them a desirable inclusion in herbal medicines. Experience the faint, floral deliciousness in rose petal jam or a swirl of rose compound butter on your morning toast. Better yet, savor the heady scent in every tasty puff of Juicy Berry.