Review: Juice Factory Almond Juice

By | August 2, 2012

Two nights ago our friend 7amad Qalam whose being very generous this Ramadan (post) has sent us two bottles of Ramadan juice from Juice Factory to try. The flavor? We call it in Kuwait “Sharbat Baithan” or better translated to “Almon Sherbet” or “Almond Juice”.

The juices arrived just after futoor time and they were warm so we kept them in the fridge and given that we were invited for suhoor later on that night we were planning to take the bottles with us. The bottles are big and nice, I think they have around 1.5 to 2 ltrs each worth of Almond juice.

Later on that night we opened up a now chilled bottle over suhoor and tried it. I’ve never tried baithan before, so I didn’t know what to expect.

How did it taste? Exactly like drinking a sweet fragrant Muhallabiya! I didn’t expect it to taste that way at all. It was light and cool and sweet with a hint of rosewater. Exactly like drinking a Muhallabiya. Was it good? Absolutely! I wonder why I haven’t tried it before? It was really good.

To try Sharbat Baithan, or Almond juice, you can contact Juice Factory by calling 22257653 or 55331153 or following them on Twitter (@juicefactory_kw) or instagram (@juicefactory_kw). Thank you Juice Factory and 7amad for the sharbat baithan, it was delicious akramkom Allah o 3asakom min 3owadah :)

7 Responses to “Review: Juice Factory Almond Juice”

  1. Mohammad says:

    Thanks a lot for you post. Your words were encourging , please note that we have other numbers more acceple ( 22257653 or 55331153 ) please put them in your note will be better for us.
    Thanks again
    Yours Juice Factory

    • danderma says:

      I will update the post now with the new numbers. Thank you again for the Almond juice :)

  2. I am sure it was tasty but you have to try the traditional Baithan

    Check out our friends posts about Baithan

    Try it and compare with this one you have tried :)

    • danderma says:

      yakhle6ona wya 7leeb? Tawni adri! Is it supposed to taste like m7albiya?

      • Well this is the first time ever I know or read that some one mentioned
        Baithan tasted like m7albiya!

        I always tasted Baithan as sweet almond milk also traditional Baithan never
        add these ( may ward or may zahar or any other flavor or sugar )
        only 3 ingredients :

        1-Thadi Almond Syrup ( already sweet )
        2-Cold water
        3-Milk just to give it some flavor and color But not much
        so it won’t look like a milk !!

        But now everything is different adding flavors and movements loooool
        ya3ni ( 7arakaaat ) hehehe

        That’s all ..