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The Meldreth Mixer


This month, I’ve two drinks for you to try: one non alcoholic and one alcoholic. They’re ideal for sipping as you sit in the garden and enjoy our glorious weather!


Banana-Passion Shake


Ingredients (serves 2) 1 ripe banana, peeled 2 passion fruits 150ml plain yogurt 100ml sparkling mineral water


Grated nutmeg (optional) Method


1. Cut the banana into rough chunks and put in a blender.


2. Scoop the flesh and seeds out of the passion fruits and place in a fine sieve. Use the back of a spoon to push the flesh through the sieve into the blender.


3. Add the yogurt and process for two minutes until smooth and frothy.


4. Pour the shake into two tall glasses, then pour on the sparkling water. Sprinkle with nutmeg if you wish and serve immediately.


Blue Hawaiian


Ingredients (serves 2) 50ml blue Curaçao 50ml coconut cream 90ml light rum 6-8 ice cubes


90ml pineapple juice Fruit to decorate


Method


1. Pour the Curaçao, coconut cream and rum into a blender and process until evenly blended.


2. Add the pineapple juice and process until frothy.


3. Crush the ice cubes to a fine snow.


4. Spoon the crushed ice into a large cocktail glass.


Pour the cocktail


mixture over the ice and decorate the glass with fruit and pineapple leaves. Serve immediately.


If you have a favourite recipe you are willing to share, please email meldrethmatters@hotmail.com.


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