This chocolaty smoothie from Elwood café Combi tastes so naughty but is actually very good for you. Nourish your body with this blended concoction that reads like a superfood dictionary, it contains raw cacao, cacao nibs, berries, coconut flesh, cinnamon, banana, raw chocolate fermented protein powder, housemade nut milk.
This Absolute Avo number from Five Plus Smoothie Bar is listed under the ‘Meal To Go’ section, and if we can slurp down spinach, avocado, apple, dates and almond milk for a liquid lunch that taste like dessert, we’re totally OK with that.
You’ll be feeling light as a feather after Nutrition Bar's simple Clean and Lean smoothie – which includes the refreshing combination of spinach, mint, parsley, lemon, cucumber, celery, ginger, coconut water. Definitely a solid recovery number if you're in need of some liquid TLC. The açai bowl is also a good go-to if you're after a protein kick.
Serotonin Eatery's Wellness Smoothie (Spinach, mango, coconut milk & banana) might or might not boost your serotonin level, but it'll certainly fill you with vitamins and minerals to keep your mind and body at working best all day.
This $25 smoothie from vegan eatery Shoku Iku has so many superfoods blitzed in it might even add years onto your life. The hefty list of ingredients includes: coconut water, coconut meat, berries, hemp, cacao nibs, goji berry, ashwagandha, astragalus, MSM, camu camu, fulvic acid, reishi, maca, marine phytoplankton, mega hydrate, vanilla, lakanto. We don’t know how to pronounce half those things either, but they sound healthy enough.
If you’re hankering for a healthy beverage in the CBD, chances are your best bet is the old faithful Tropicana Juice and Food Bar. The South American smoothie is more a juice than a smoothie, but it claims it to leave you with a natural high for 4.5 hours (the ingredients are top secret but we’re sure it’s a very legal high).