Trending in Beauty: Turmeric Drinks Are Taking Over

Known for its ability to boost immunity and its potent anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric has been popping up in the beverage world—and the past few months have debuted a ton of on-the-go options. Even if you never totally got into the DIY turmeric milk trend, we promise these picks will appeal to just about every taste bud out there.

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BluePrint Turmeric Tonic ($35 for six-pack)

One of the latest in the line from the legendary juice cleanse company, this apple cider vinegar–based drink rounds out the tangy taste with the sweetness of apple and lemon.




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Suja Fuel ($8)

It’s vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free and there’s no added sugar, but this zesty carrot-orange-apple-pineapple-lemon-turmeric blend may convince you to swap out your morning cup of coffee.


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Juice Press The Remedy ($7)

This cold-pressed juice uses raw honey and the wonder root with a touch of unexpected mint for a drink that just makes you feel like you are somehow shielded against cold season.


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KOR Vitality Turmeric Shot ($4 each)

These tiny, take-them-everywhere shots are small enough to put in your pocket. They’re kind of tangy and kind of spicy, but they deliver a big dose of benefits in one cold-pressed gulp. 


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Kevita Turmeric Ginger ($52 for a 12-pack)

It’s almost impossible to describe this sparkling probiotic drink’s unique taste. For starters, it has hints of black pepper, ginger, cardamom and lime; somehow, they blend together to taste both “earthy” and refreshing.



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Moonjuice Turmeric’s Cup ($6)

You have to shake this glass jar before you open it to get the full-on benefits. According to the company, it does everything from boost energy to help relieve stress.


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Purity Organic Orange Carrot Turmeric Mango Superjuice ($3.49)

This no-sugar-added juice option is perfect if you like your drinks on the sweeter side. An added bonus: It’s so filling that it can successfully replace a midday snack.


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TuMe Turmeric With Coconut Water ($32 for a 12-pack)

This whole line is like coconut water with some extra magic infused inside. They’re all tasty, have a ton of antioxidants and there’s even electrolytes to up your hydration game.


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Temple Turmeric Original Elixir ($30 for a six-pack)

They have everything from Mexican Chocolate turmeric flavors to Matcha Latte, but the Original Elixir is still a solid way to get a huge dose of hand-harvested turmeric. 


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