Drought brings organic, cold-pressed juices to Bloomfield Hills

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We here at Metro Times do love a good juice, which is why we're pleased as punch to report that local cold-pressed, organic, raw juice maker Drought has opened its sixth metro Detroit storefront, this time in Bloomfield Hills.

The shop, located at 4078 West Maple Road, officially swung open on Monday:



Good morning Bloomfield Hills! Newest shop opens NOW! 4078 W Maple Rd – #organic #coldpressed #rawjuice has arrived! #DROUGHT

Posted by Drought on Monday, June 15, 2015



The brainchild of four Michigan sisters, Drought has two other retail storefronts — one in downtown Detroit (19 Griswold St. Suite 110) and the second in Ferndale (211 W 9 Mile) in the works for this summer.

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