Prosperity and vitamin recharge.
Did you know that cantaloupe is from the same family as cucumber, squash and zucchini? It also has few calories and many vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins A, C and B, potassium, phosphorus, calcium and sodium. In ancient times it was considered a symbol of prosperity and fertility
Since the sweet taste of melon, as it is known, also goes well with salty flavors, the Mixer puree concentrate becomes an ideal ally for creating original aperitifs, mixing it with spirits, for example gin or vodka, and garnishing with aromatic herbs such as sage and rosemary.
For the heart and for mixing.
Unlike lemon, its scent is drier, lighter and sweeter. It is good for the heart for its mineral content such as potassium, which can regulate the heartbeat and blood pressure.
The acidic taste makes lime the ideal ingredient for a large quantity of cocktails and drinks: Caipirinha, Caipiroska, Daiquiri, Gimlet and Mojito are just some of the most famous examples that demonstrate how this fruit can be combined with any alcohol base .
Few people know that bananas are the fourth most important staple food in the world and the fifth most commercially important agricultural product. Bananas are rich in potassium and magnesium so they are useful against menstrual syndrome, but also to combat hangover as well as being an excellent source of energy especially for athletes.
The Mixer puree concentrate contains the best ripe bananas from Ecuador and is perfect for various delicious and sweet preparations, for example combining it with chocolate, but above all it finds different and interesting uses in mixing. One of the most suitable cocktails is certainly the Daiquiri!
Sacred to Saturn and a symbol of envy, the bramble is considered by poets to be worthy of adorning the Kingdom of Heaven. Blackberry has purifying, diuretic and antirheumatic properties, but it is also among the most thirst-quenching fruits in the world!
Even if they are not very common drinks, blackberry can become a precious ingredient for many cocktails. Excellent to combine with gin, as the Bramble demonstrates, but also ideal for alternative Spritz with prosecco and a dash of vodka. In soft drinks it goes very well with lemonade, perhaps adding a small piece of ginger. The possibilities are endless!