POM tour day 2. An OVERWELMING experience!

It was an AMAZING experience we just had! I can’t describe how many surprises we got so far… everyone feels so spoiled by POM people! They’re so kind, so thoughtful on every single detail… I have no doubt they’ll success on whatever they do, because the most valuable asset of a company is the people and POM has the best!

7 AM a continental breakfast. We had a big selection of yummy food to choose from

waffle station




Heather and I’s favorite: old fashion oatmeal! πŸ˜€


I had some fruits, scrambled eggs with salsa


oatmeal with walnuts and strawberries preserve


such a satisfying breakkie πŸ˜‰


then we were on the road heading to the Orchard fly over. Look what we found: new POM bars!!!


there are two flavors: the original one and PB.


our cruise


Another surprise: POM also produces pistachos! We were hooked up at this bag πŸ˜†


After 2 hours on the road chatting and doing videos. We arrived at the Orchard


These are almond trees


30 min later…. our private jet landed


nobody could believe what we were “living”! Although some of us was skeptical/worry about flying over in a small jet, the excitement overcame that easily! A lot of photos shuts obviously πŸ˜‰



Look the inside, really fancy, isn’t it?


in the air: these are the POM plants (not trees)!



our cool pilot


It was an awesome experience! I were flying just 400 feet above ground… the best view to the whole plantation.

Then we had a quick lunch


dessert was the original bar

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most of the people like PB flavor, I personally like more the original one because it is so unique to have POM flavor in a bar. It’s a little bit high in sugar (22g/bar), but even for someone who doesn’t have a sweet tooth like me didn’t feel it too sweet. I like it, specially the dark chocolate coating! πŸ˜‰

Our next stop was the Orchard



a 101 on how to open an pomegranate

step 1: Cut off the top about a 1/2 inch below the crown


step 2: score. Once the top is off, you’ll see four to six sections. With the knife point, score the skin at each section.


step 3: open. Separate the pomegranate at each score.


and enjoy~~~ That’s Roni


We learned a lot about how Pomegranate, stay tune for the next post! I can assure you that you’ll learn something new about it! πŸ˜‰

All bloggers listening and shutting/filming


and then each of us went to pick our own pomegranate


posing with them :mrgreen:


my favorite picture of the day: mini pomegranate, the cutest thing ever! πŸ™‚

Then we drove another 1.5 hours to the hotel, a different one from yesterday, even nicer!

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Now we’re having some rest time. I’m tired but really really happy!!! I feel soooo lucky to be here! πŸ˜€
Dinner is going to be at the finest restaurant in the area. I can’t wait to see what’s for dinner… I’m sure something with POM will be on the menu! πŸ˜†
More later! πŸ™‚


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9 responses to “POM tour day 2. An OVERWELMING experience!

  1. Your POM picture is adorable!!! So glad you’re having a great time!

  2. SOOOO glad you are having a blast!!!! I’m so jealous of you right now. I would totally opt for plane riding over my work πŸ™‚ Thanks for the pom cutting tutorial! I always cut it and pick them out and it gets all over me!

  3. Glad you’re having fun. Thanks for the tutorial. Do you know how they know if it is ripe? I wanted to buy one at the grocery store the other day but I didn’t know…
    Anyway, have fun with all your new blogger friends!

  4. What a fab breakfast spread! I am excited to hear that POM is making bars now too.
    So glad you’re having a good time:)

  5. Wow. New POM bars. Thanks for letting us know. The trip looks like so much fun. Have a blast with all those famous bloggers.

  6. Sounds like a great time. I love all the pictures! Have fun! πŸ™‚

  7. looks like you are having an amazing time with all the other bloggers at the POM event. What a fantastic opportunity. Thanks for sharing it with us via your blog!

  8. SO much going on in this post! I love the POM “peeling” tutorial and I hope to see those POM bars in my area shortly cuz they look pretty darn good! The picture’s of the orchard are beautiful!

  9. This looks like so much fun. πŸ™‚

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