It's not hard to find fresh juice in the city — or really any major city, given how popular this fad is right now. But though the flavors might be (roughly) the same from juice joint to juice joint, the receptacles in which the juice is served varies greatly. While plastic bottles seem to be the norm — or glass cups if you're drinking in-house — there are a number of juiceries that bottle their wares in glass bottles. At Living Greens, their juices come in 8 oz. and 16 oz. cream and milk jars, the likes of which you see in old movies or in the dairy section of Whole Foods. The long neck and curved bottom of the 8 oz. bottle and the slender, narrow shape of the 16 oz. bottle make for, among other things, great vases or planters, as well as olive oil or dry goods storage containers. If hoarding glass bottles isn't your thing, the store offers $2 refunds if you return your jar.