Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice Review

A fun and fruity, non-alcoholic sparkling beverage from Costco to celebrate with!

Image of the three pack of Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice sitting on a table with the bottles in the box.
Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice Review

Today I’m reviewing something from Costco that’s perfect for New Year’s Eve. The Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice! This is a non-alcoholic beverage and is kosher, organic and a a product of France.

Image of the Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice three bottles, apple pear, apple raspberry and apple pear sitting on a table unopened. Side view image.
Three bottles for $7.99 Canadian.

If you’re looking for sparkling wine or champagne from Costco for New Year’s Eve, check out my reviews for the Costco Kirkland Signature Champagne, Costco Kirkland Signature Prosecco, Costco MamaMango Mango Moscato and the Costco Mama Peach Peach Moscato.

Sideview image of the Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice bottles unopened sitting on a table, left is apple raspberry right is apple pear.
Both varieties in the box – Apple Pear and Apple Raspberry.

Location in Store

You can find the sparkling juice in the beverage section at Costco, near the soda and juices. The item number is 5558566.

Taste

he first thing you notice when you open these bottles is that they pop just like champagne or sparking wine! Although it might seem like this juice is targeted at kids, I definitely recommend careful adult supervision if you’re letting your kids help open these bottles.

Both the apple pear and the apple raspberry juices have fairly strong scents. You smell the pear and raspberry much more than the apple. While they do smell a bit artificial, I enjoy the aromas.

Top down image of a poured glass of the Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice Apple Pear juice
The apple pear flavor is a bit sweet.

Both juices are quite sweet with plenty of bubbles. The apple pear juice is the sweeter of the two and has a strong but artificial pear flavor. I like the apple raspberry juice more. The raspberry flavor dominates, and while it’s also somewhat artificial tasting, I find it pretty tasty. I like nearly anything raspberry-flavor though.

Top down image of a poured glass of the Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice Apple Raspberry juice
So pretty looking! Flavorful too.

Overall, I don’t want to drink a lot of either of these juices (though I did have a couple more sips of the raspberry). With that being said, they absolutely deliver on providing a great non-alcoholic champagne-like experience. The bottles are fun to pop open and the juice is super bubbly.

Side view image of a poured glass of the Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice Apple Pear juice poured into a  nice champagne glass
Apple Pear Sparkling Organic Juice

Cost

The cost is $7.99 Canadian for three 750 milliliter bottles of organic sparkling juice. Not bad for three fancy looking bottles of sparkling juice!

Side view image of a poured glass of the Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice Apple Raspberry juice poured into a  nice champagne glass
Apple Raspberry Sparkling Organic Juice

Convenience

The box comes with three 750 milliliter bottles. Two bottles of apple pear and one bottle of apple raspberry. The best before date listed on the bottles is about 19 months from the date I purchased the sparkling juice.

Image of the back label of the Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice with the certified organic label
Certified Organic

Sparkling juice is a pretty great staple to have around the house during the holiday season or for any celebrations for those that don’t consume alcohol! That way they have a tasty beverage to cheers and celebrate with.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutrition

Calories

One cup of sparkling juice is 90 calories, zero grams of fat, 21 grams of carbohydrates, 20 grams of sugar and zero grams of protein. This is very high in sugar but not too high in calories and fat.

Image of the  Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice ingredients
Ingredients

Ingredients

I absolutely love the simple ingredients list, exactly what I’d expect to see in an organic sparkling juice. No complaints about the ingredients!

Scoring

Taste: 7/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 10/10

Nutrition: 1/10 (not exactly healthy but at least it’s organic with simple ingredients).

Overall

Give it a try!

I think kids would really love this for New Year’s Eve! Adults too! It’s a good staple item to have in your pantry to offer guests. I highly recommend this sparkling juice pack to non-drinkers and kids. Just be careful popping the bottles!

Have you tried this? Would you try this?


Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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3 thoughts on “Costco Paul Brassac Organic Sparkling Juice Review”

  1. We just bought these from Costco and while we loved the taste, we couldn’t finish a bottle in one sitting and were disappointed to note that there was no cap included with the bottles. We don’t drink alcohol so we don’t have any special corks or wine stoppers lying at home and it was very difficult for us to keep the juice from going flat. That would be the only downside that will stop me from purchasing this item again. If anyone has any suggestions on how to preserve the leftover juice in the bottle, that will be very helpful

    Reply
    • Hi there – you’d just need to do what all of us drinkers do and buy a champagne stopper. They also work for other bottled drinks (and you could buy and use a wine stopper, though they don’t work that well for champagne or sparkling wine).

      Reply
    • Hi Erum, while we haven’t had this product in a long time (just toooo sweet for my tastebuds), I seem to remember just reusing (with a bit of muscle) the cork that came with it. Otherwise, there are lots of specialty champagne corks available at a range of prices.
      Good luck!

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