Jimmy Kimmel Trolls People into Drinking ‘Cold Pressed Juice’ That’s Actually Skittles and Water

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Fake cold pressed juice made from quirky ingredients like Skittles, Fun Dip and Tang, fools everyone
Jimmy Kimmel Trolls People into Drinking ‘Cold Pressed Juice’ That’s Actually Skittles and Water
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Ah, yes, you can really taste the essence of Red Dye #40 in this juice.

What better way to fool organic-loving hipsters than by trolling them into drinking “cold-pressed juice” made from sugary candy? That’s exactly what Jimmy Kimmel did, when he set out to prove that the juicing fad has gotten a bit out of hand. He and his crew stopped by a local farmer’s market to see what consumers thought of “jüce,” the “cold-pressed juice” made from junk food like Skittles (called Rainbow), Fun Dip (called Soul) Tang, (dubbed Cure), and melted popsicles (dubbed Detox). As expected, everyone totally fell for it.

“Like a deep breath, you know, it just feels refreshing," one taster quipped after drinking a juice made from Fun Dip.

"It's not particularly sour, so I wouldn't really call it tangy, it's a little bit more muted than tangy, but definitely very light, very summer," said a participant, who drank the Tang “Cure” concoction.

Watch the entire hilarious video below:

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