Grape Juice

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Grapes juice recipe – a juice that can be made in a jiffy and without an electric juicer. 15 minute, low fat and vegan recipe.

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I do have an electric juicer, but I find it too much to clean the different parts of the juicer. So I prefer to make the grapes juice in a blender and then strain the juice. I also shared the method to make Orange Juice in a mixer or blender.

Although we like grapes, I generally don’t end up purchasing them since they are usually laden with a lot of pesticides. But whenever I use grapes, I first wash them in running water. Then soak them in water to which vinegar is added for some minutes. Then I rinse them again well in water.

This time, when the organic people were selling these organic black grapes, I got a kilo of them. I gave half to my parents and made juice of the remaining half.

These are black grapes without the seeds and they were very sweet. If you find the juice taste on a stronger side, then you dilute it with some water or ice cubes.

i did not add any sugar, but if the grapes are not very sweet, then you may need to add some sugar or powdered jaggery. For sweet grapes, you can consider adding little lime juice to give a slight tang to it.

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Once strained, serve grapes juice immediately. you can also add some black salt to it. It gives a nice taste to the juice. While serving you can garnish the juice with grapes or mint leaves.

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black grapes juice recipe

Grapes Juice

This is an easy to prepare black grapes juice recipe made in a blender.
4.75 from 4 votes
Prep Time 15 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Cuisine World
Course Beverages
Servings 2


  • 500 to 550 grams organic black grapes
  • 2 to 3 pinches of black salt (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice or as required (optional)
  • sugar as required or powdered jaggery – (optional)
  • water as required (optional)


  • Rinse the black grapes well in water first. Drain them.
  • Then add them to the blender and blend till smooth. Using a juice strainer strain the juice.
  • With a spoon press the pulp in the strainer well, so that all the juice is drained away.
  • Taste the juice and if it feels strong for your taste, add some water.
  • If the juice is not sweet, add some sugar or powdered jaggery.
  • For a tang add lemon juice. Stir and pour in glasses or mugs.
  • While serving the juice, sprinkle a pinch of black salt in the glasses.
  • Serve black grapes juice immediately with or without ice cubes.
  • You can garnish the juice with grapes or mint leaves.

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  1. Does it make a difference if the grapes have seeds in it? I bought grapes with seeds…5 stars

    1. deepti if the grapes have seed then grind and strain them on a sieve else the seeds will come in your mouth while you drink the juice. hope this information helps you thanks.

  2. Hi Amit,
    Actually am from South India and i have black grapes garden.Usually you know,while cutting grapes they took only good shaped grapes and leaving small size grapes.So am planning to do some small business with wasted grapes small grapes.So could you please suggest and explain me what to do and how to do.My mail id “”

  3. I m form north side of india and black grape juice is not available in market here….. Once i visited bangalore and i tasted it…. That experience was awsome, i know everyone can take out juice from grapes but what makes south indian grapes juice different is peeled out grape in juice. It give a pulpy taste. Can u tell me ho do they do it..

    1. thanks for the info. i do not know how the grape juice is extracted in south india.

  4. Do you think I can add peppermint leaves to it? I have a plant so I can add fresh peppermint.

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