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Admiral Heihachiro Nogura pours some orange juice for Captain James T. Kirk.

Orange juice was a beverage, presumably made by juicing or squeezing Terran oranges. It was commonly consumed as a breakfast beverage.

In the 22nd century in Montgomery, Alabama Charles Tucker II drank orange juice as part of his morning routine while reading the e-paper he just downloaded. (ENT novel: Kobayashi Maru)

While discussing the idea of an inflatable rubber starship with Commander Montgomery Scott, Captain James T. Kirk ordered a breakfast of two eggs sunny side up, crisp bacon, wheat toast and a large orange juice. For some reason his orange juice had come out the color blue. At the same time on the USS Jefferson Randolph Smith, Captain Tatyana Trofimov was also served blue orange juice as well. (TOS novel: How Much for Just the Planet?)

Orange juice is one of the components in the alcoholic mixed drink called a screwdriver. (TOS novel: The Captain's Daughter)

Cervantes Quinn was drinking a mug of reconstituted orange juice as the Dulcinea was traveling to their next assignment. (VAN - Declassified novella: The Stars Look Down)

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