Whether you’re an occasional cold-press drinker or a dedicated NutriBullet owner, you won’t have escaped the juicing craze of the past few years. Busy people everywhere are realising that as a way to get your five fruits and vegetables a day, juicing can’t be beaten on efficiency. So as autumn comes around and the coffee cravings ramp up, how can we keep it interesting?

Artur Zielinski, who heads up Soho House & Co’s cold-press operation from Shoreditch, is on the case. “Ginger House Press is ideal as the weather gets colder,” he says. “It’s made with Granny Smith apples, lemon and ginger to warm you.”
Every juice should balance great nutrition with great taste, believes Artur, who came up with the six core House Presses – so popular in London that they are being rolled out to Berlin, Istanbul, Chicago and New York.

If you’re blending your own juices at home, staying seasonal will give you the best nutrition and an interesting range of flavours, he suggests. We asked him to come up with two ideas each (one simple, one more adventurous) for four great juice bases coming into season now.


Good for: Iron, potassium and antioxidants. Fights fatigue as it assists in the flow of oxygen around your body.
Try it with: Apple, grapefruit, lemon and ginger.
Keep it interesting: Apple, carrot, parsnip, celery, ginger and lemon.


Good for: Vitamins A, C and K. Also helps to lower cholesterol.
Try it with: Green apple, lemon, spinach and (optionally) ginger.
Keep it interesting: Swiss chard, dandelion, ginger, lemon and parsley.


Good for: Fibre. Its orange hue shows it contains carotenoids, which prevent heart disease.
Try it with: Butternut squash, apple, lemon and cinnamon.
Keep it interesting: Red bell pepper and romaine lettuce.


Good for: High in vitamins and thought to aid weight loss.
Try it with: Carrot, orange, ginger and pineapple.
Keep it interesting: Cucumber, celery, fennel, lemon and parsley.

Shoreditch House

Try our freshly made juices for yourself over brunch at Shoreditch House