Whether you own a concession stand, you’re doing a church fundraiser, or you have a restaurant, making fresh lemonade and orangeade are drinks that your customers will really enjoy. I’m going to show you how easy it is to make these drinks with our choice brand juicer. To make an orangeade, I’m going to squeeze one whole orange into the cup. You can see how easy it is to use this manual juicer. Then I’ll place one of the squeezed orange halves in the cup for a pop of color and some extra flavor. I’m going to make a lemonade here, but you can do this same thing with lemons, limes, oranges, and any combination of the three. Now it’s time to sweeten these drinks. I’m going to use Finest Call bar syrup, but if you were doing high volume, we have gallon jugs of simple syrups that have a hand pump. All I need to do with this is a three count. Now I’m just going to add my water, and it’s that easy! You can see how great these drinks look in our clear PTE cups. If you’re interested in any of the items in this video, you can check them out in the links below.

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Whether you're serving drinks at a concession stand, church function, or a restaurant, freshly squeezed citrus drinks are always a hit! Here we show you how you can make freshly squeezed drinks with our manual funnel type juicer.

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