21 Jamba Juice Secret Menu Items You Have To Try

Since opening in 1990, Jamba Juice has become a household name for fresh, tasty, plant-based smoothies over its more than 30-year tenure. The atmosphere is bright and airy, with large squares of wheatgrass lining the counters and the fresh, clean smell of chopped fruit and citrus wafting through the air. 

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The industrial blenders are always whirling away, their colorful contents turning from solid to liquid in a mesmerizing minute.

Smoothies at Jamba Juice come in every combination, with tried-and-true favorites as well as purely customizable orders. With so many combinations, you could easily order a different smoothie every day of the week for months.

Customers and employees alike have created some incredible smoothies that may not appear on the menu but are well known just the same.

There are countless secret menu items at Jamba Juice awaiting your discovery to keep your options endlessly diverse.

Read on to explore my favorite Jamba Juice secret menu items to find your next favorite smoothie, whether you’re citrus, berry, or tropical fruit fan. 

Pacific Passion

Even if you’re landlocked, you can still evoke the massive crash of Pacific waves and a California surfer vibe with this delicious smoothie!

The Pacific Passion has something for every fruit fanatic, with a whopping 5 fruit blend that spans the fruit spectrum from tropical to highland forests.

After all, we’re invoking the perfect west coast weather where anything grows! 

To order the Pacific Passion, you ask for an 8-oz blend of mango and passionfruit juices, two scoops of frozen strawberries, one scoop of frozen peaches, two scoops of pineapple sherbet, and a hefty scoop of ice.

It’s a combination so bright and sunny that you might need a lawn chair and beach umbrella to go with it.


If you’re a chocolate and peanut butter fan, this decadent yet healthful milkshake tastes and even looks like its namesake.

The Butterfinger has a carrot juice base to which you add two scoops of vanilla frozen yogurt, chocolate, peanut butter, and ice.

While carrot juice may sound iffy, its subtle sweetness works well with chocolate and peanut butter.

The extra scoop of ice mellows the sweetness while also giving it a smoother texture and a more refreshing sip. 

Dirty Orgasm

This peachy, sinfully sweet smoothie is certainly a pleasure inducer, but you can enjoy it in public.

Ordering it may be the most risqué part of the experience. However, if you’re too shy to order a Dirty Orgasm, you can simply list the ingredients with a wink and a smile.

The Dirty Orgasm consists of a scoop of orange sherbet, a scoop of pineapple sherbet, frozen strawberries, two scoops of frozen peaches, and a pour of fresh peach juice to top it all off.

The result is a luscious and sensual smoothie that more than lives up to its name. 

Andre’s Surprise

Whoever Andre is, he’s now a legend in the smoothie world with this delightful all-encompassing blend of tropical, citrus, and berry flavors.

Andre’s Surprise is one of the most popular Jamba Juice secret menu items because it has something for every fruit lover, making this smoothie a veritable summer fruit salad.

Andre’s Surprise is a smoothie with an orange juice base, filled with frozen raspberries, mangoes, and peaches with a scoop of orange sherbet and pineapple sherbet.

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The tartness of the orange and raspberries blends perfectly with the sweetness of the mangoes, peaches, and pineapple. 

Berry Lime Sublime

This divine blend of berries and citrus packs a lot of zing. If you’re a fan of tangy and not overly sweet, then the Berry Lime Sublime will be your go-to smoothie.

The Berry Lime Sublime blends a raspberry and orange juice base, then adds a scoop of frozen raspberries and strawberries and two scoops of raspberry sherbet.

You might wonder where the lime is in this smoothie formula, and apparently, it’s only in the title!

The tangy citrus flavor from the orange juice is a better match anyway, adding a little sweetness to the tartness of the berries.

Fruity Pebbles

Fruity Pebbles may have been the favorite breakfast cereal of our youth, but you can still create that colorful milky fruit flavor as an adult.

The Fruity Pebbles smoothie is more like a fruity milkshake, with a luxuriously sweet combo of lime sherbet, raspberry sherbet, orange sherbet, and pineapple sherbet blended with a cup of soy milk.

The fruit and milk mixture of sherbet emulates the taste of fruity pebbles perfectly, and you’ll be as happy and energized as you were after finishing a bowl at the kitchen table.

While it may not be the healthiest smoothie on the list, it’s worth ordering for a walk down memory lane.

Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Chocolate-covered strawberries are delicate, romantic, and special symbols of love and affection.

With the Chocolate Covered Strawberries smoothie, you don’t have to wait till Valentine’s Day or for a significant other to invite you for chocolate fondue to enjoy this special and delicious treat.

Show yourself love any day of the year by ordering Chocolate-Covered Strawberries in liquid form!

To order the Chocolate-Covered Strawberries smoothie, you order the Chocolate Moo’d menu item and add a scoop of frozen strawberries to it.

The Chocolate Moo’d is a chocolate milk smoothie with added frozen yogurt and ice. 

White Gummy Bear

Was a consensus reached on what flavor the white gummy bear is? I think the poll is still out on that one.

That’s why it’s a fitting name for this sweet, tangy, and vibrant mix of fruity flavors that blend into a deliciously ambiguous smoothie.

The White Gummy Bear is a mix of peach juice and soy milk as the base, blended with frozen strawberries, lime sherbet, raspberry sherbet, pineapple sherbet, and orange sherbet.

The result is sweet, fruity, and delightful, as the White Gummy Bear will keep you guessing what fruit flavor dominates.

Pina Colada

Nothing says tropical vacation like sipping a creamy pina colada on a white sandy beach while you watch the turquoise waves roll in.

While you might not be able to get away from the daily grind, you can at least enter a tropical state of mind with this secret menu item.

Jamba Juice’s take on a pina colada consists of 12 0z of pineapple juice, fresh coconut milk, a scoop of pineapple sherbet, a scoop of frozen yogurt, and a scoop of frozen banana.

The only thing it’s missing is a coconut shell and a shot of rum!

Hello Jesus

You won’t know whether to praise the lord or praise your Jamba Juice server with this light and delicious creation.

The Hello Jesus comes with a 6 oz serving of peach juice, a 4 oz serving of soy milk, three scoops of lime sherbet, a scoop of orange sherbet, frozen strawberries, and ice. 

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It’s a delightfully bright smoothie that blends summer and fall fruits into a well-balanced flavor profile.

You could also opt for equal scoops of lime and orange sherbet to sweeten it up a bit without sacrificing the citrus tang. 

Peanut Butter and Jelly

No better pair ever existed! Peanut butter is creamy, tasty, and filling, while jelly is sweet, fruity, and gelatinous.

They complement each other perfectly and have been a mainstay for American lunches no matter how old you are.

It’s no wonder that the Peanut Butter and Jelly secret menu item is among the most popular drinks on the list.

It’s also one of the only vegan items on the list, making it a favorite for any dietary preference. The Peanut Butter and Jelly smoothie consists of almond milk, a pitted date, peanut butter, a whole frozen banana, frozen strawberries, and frozen raspberries.

The frozen banana and almond milk could be mistaken for vanilla ice cream, and the date adds the perfect sweetness in combination with the tart raspberries and creamy heaviness of the peanut butter. 

Pink Starburst

Pink starbursts are always the most sought-after flavor in the bag. They have that unmistakable strawberry meets cream flavor that no other candy can touch.

The candy company caught on to the craze and now offers bags of only pink starbursts.

If you’re someone who’d buy a bag of pink starbursts, then try this healthier version of them from Jamba Juice.

It may not taste exactly like a pink starburst, but I’ll give it an A for effort. To order a Pink Starburst, ask for lemonade, soymilk, raspberry sherbet, orange sherbet, frozen yogurt, and two scoops of frozen strawberries. 

Blue Gummy Bear

If you are a blueberry fan, then the Blue Gummy Bear will delight your tastebuds and give you a rich bluish-purple visual to boot.

The Blue Gummy Bear blends soymilk with pomegranate juice, then adds lime sherbet, raspberry sherbet, pineapple sherbet, and orange sherbet.

You finish it all off with a cup of frozen blueberries and a scoop of ice. 

Not only is this smoothie a delicious balance of sweet and tart, but it’s also full of antioxidants from both the blueberries and the pomegranate juice.

I skip the orange sherbet and add an extra scoop of raspberry to bring out more of the berry flavor. 

Peaches and Cream

A worthy adversary to peanut butter and jelly, peaches and cream is a summery dream team that balances the heaviness and creaminess of dairy cream with a sweet, refreshing, and juicy peach.

Luckily, you won’t have to wait till summer for peaches and cream.

The Peaches and Cream smoothie at Jamba Juice consists of peach juice blended with soy milk, a scoop of vanilla frozen yogurt, fresh peaches, and ice.

Of all the non-dairy kinds of milk, soy milk is undoubtedly the creamiest, adding the perfect pairing for vanilla yogurt for an extra creamy peach milkshake.


For all of you purists out there, you can honor your love of one fruit with the Blue-Topia smoothie.

As you may have guessed, the Blue-Topia is an homage to the blueberry, which you can find in both solid and liquid form in this gorgeous, bright blue blend.

To order the Blue-Topia, ask for 8 oz of blueberry juice, non-fat vanilla frozen yogurt, soy milk, a cup of frozen blueberries, and ice.

If you want a healthier, vegan-friendly version, you could substitute the frozen yogurt for a whole frozen banana and up the soymilk proportion, but you’d be sacrificing the blueberry-only designation.

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Apple Pie

There’s nothing more comforting and wholesome than apple pie, and this delicious smoothie gives you apple pie a la mode in one delicious to-go cup!

While I’d love to tell you how to order this delicious menu item, it is the only item that is truly a secret. So, you’ll just have to trust that your Jamba Juice server has the inside scoop on secret menu items.

Based on our general knowledge of homemade apple pie, one could surmise that it contains apples, cinnamon, lemon juice, and sugar. Still, we’ll leave it to the professionals on this one.

Now and Later

Now and Laters certainly give you the most bang for your buck, and you spend so much time chewing them that you probably burn as many calories as you consume.

You can skip the chewing altogether while still getting that mouthwatering tangy taste with the Now and Later secret menu smoothie.

The deep purple color of it even looks like a Now and Later. To order, ask for two scoops of frozen blueberries, one scoop of raspberry sherbet, one scoop of pineapple sherbet, 4 oz of soymilk, and ice.

The small amount of soymilk in proportion to the frozen blueberries and sherbet will make for an especially thick smoothie. 

Orange Whip

The Orange Whip is a popular alcoholic cocktail made with cream, orange juice, vodka, and rum.

Its simulation of an orange creamsicle is spot on but will certainly result in a hangover.

You can skip the hangover and slurp on the orange creamsicle with Jamba Juice’s version of the Orange Whip.

This dreamy orange smoothie consists of orange juice, non-fat vanilla yogurt, orange sherbet, and ice. Instead of getting tipsy, you’ll be hyped up on sugary goodness.

If you want it to be even creamier, add a splash of soymilk to the mix.

Reese’s Pieces

While Reese’s peanut butter cups are heavy on the peanut butter, Reese’s Pieces supply equal parts chocolate and peanut butter in every crunchy bite.

They also taste amazing as ice cream toppers. Consequently, Reese’s lovers will enjoy the Reese’s Pieces smoothie.

The Reese’s Pieces smoothie simply deconstructs one of the world’s most famous candies into a three-ingredient milkshake.

It consists of a few scoops of peanut butter, equal parts chocolate, and soymilk. It’s as luxurious and decadent as it sounds, and you can always add yogurt if you want it thicker. 

Orchard Oasis

You can imagine yourself lounging in the shade of a peach orchard on a hot summer’s day with fresh juice in hand from the day’s harvest. Or, you could order the Orchard Oasis and bring your imagination to life!

This tasty blend of summer flavors consists of 12 oz of peach juice, one scoop of pineapple sherbet, one scoop of frozen blueberries, and one scoop of frozen strawberries with an extra scoop of ice for texture.

The peach and berries combination screams summer and works well with the acid sweetness of the pineapple. 

Sour Patch Kids

There’s nothing like biting into a Sour Patch Kids gummy to make your mouth water and your eyes wince with a rush of fruity sourness.

If you’re looking for a smoothie that dishes out that same sour explosion, look no further than Jamba Juice’s Sour Patch Kids smoothie.

The Sour Patch Kids smoothie is a blend of lime sherbet, orange, sherbet, pineapple sherbet, and raspberry sherbet that adds a cup of tart lemonade and a scoop of frozen blueberries.

It may not be candy, but it has as much sugar as candy!

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Written by Brian Nagele

Brian attended West Virginia University, then started his career in the IT industry before following his passion for marketing and hospitality. He has over 20 years experience in the restaurant and bar industry.

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