Group-Seb
DITCH THE HEAT WITH THESE SLURPY ICED SURPRISES

    DITCH THE HEAT WITH THESE SLURPY ICED SURPRISES

    `

    With no merciful mercury, summers tend to be the lethargy breeding weather with heat waves parching our throats all day long. It is just inevitable to keep the body hydrated with water and other liquids, not only to stay high on fluid intake but also to revitalize.  Needless to say, nothing beats the pleasure of icy cold mocktails that add flavor and fervor to a lazy summer day.

    Mocktails don’t really mean over the top, exorbitant drinks, only available in a plush coffee shop. With a little effort and a smart technique you can churn out the most delightful drinks at home that too with minimal cost. So here’s our take on some spunky summer coolers

    COCONUT CRUSH

    coco crush

    Image credits www.townandcountrymag.com

    Recipe: Take 4 cups of fresh coconut water in a jar. Add ½ cup of Lime Juice and a ¼ cup of sugar to it.Throw some fresh mint leaves and give it a blitz with our Turbomix Blender http://bit.ly/1YfDnq7 . Pour a few ice cubes in a glass. Top them with the mocktail mix. Add a few slices of cucumber for an additional flavor burst and garnish with mint leaves.

    WATERMELON FRESCA

    Image credits www.townandcountrymag.com

    Recipe: In a mixer, take 2 cups of cold water, 2 cups de-seeded watermelon chunks, 2-3 spoons of granulated sugar, a dash of fresh lime juice and some ice cubes. Cover and give It a heady blitz using our Maximo Mixer Grinder http://bit.ly/1UFkXvW

    Pour in glasses of your choice and garnish with thinly sliced lemon wedges.

     

    PEACHY GINGER SPARKLER

    peachy ginger.jpg

    Image credits www.townandcountrymag.com

    Recipe: Combine 3 ripe chopped peaches, 2 cups white sugar, 2 liters seltzer and ½ cup lime juice (squeezed freshly).  Put some ice cubes in this and give it a fine mix using the perfect hand blender, Maharaja Jazz http://bit.ly/1XGJNji

    Pour the drink in tall glasses and garnish using peach slices.

     

    CANTALOUPE COOL CAT

    cantaloupe.jpg

    Image credits www.townandcountrymag.com

    Recipe: Take a ripe cantaloupe, de-seed it and scoop out the flesh. In a mixer, add the flesh, ½ cup orange juice, ¼ cup fresh lime juice , a few mint leaves and ½ cup sugar. Add some ice cubes to it. Give it a gentle blitz. You can use the Turbomix Blender http://bit.ly/1YfDnq7 for this task.

    Pour in glasses and serve with fresh mint leaves.