Kiwi-Pineapple Mocktail.

Pineapple and kiwi mocktail is a fabulous drink. When served with crushed ice, it simply nourishes the soul. When it passes down through our throats, the crushed ice and the kiwi pineapple drink gives a pleasant and cool relief. To make this mocktail, take a tall glass. In it, first add crushed ice. Ice crushers are available in the market or you can grind it in an ice mixer or in a plain mixer.

Add 30-40 gm of crushed ice. Then add 40 ml kiwi syrup and 25 ml pineapple syrup.

Take two slices of kiwi (small sizes) and add it. Take a fresh lemon and make thin round slices of it.

Add four such thin slices in the glass. Then add seven to eight basil leaves.

To bring balance, taste and sweetness to the mocktail, add 25 ml of sugar syrup.

Then using a stirrer, give a stir. Stir it nicely. Have a sip. If it tastes bland, you can add more of the sugar syrup. If you want to make it more of a kiwi mocktail, then add twenty ml more kiwi syrup. If there’s need for adding a bit of more pineapple syrup, you can do so. But remember, it’s a kiwi-pineapple mocktail, with kiwi in a major proportion.  

It’s an excellent mocktail, make it, have it and be happy.



Bubble Tea.

Did you ever have bubble tea? Bubble teas are juice sort of teas in flavours such as lemon, peach, litchi, kiwi,etc., with bubbles flavoured as mango, strawberry, blueberry, etc.

When you drink the tea, the straw is to be held a little bit higher so that bubbles come straight into your mouth and that’s where all the fun is hidden. The moment the bubbles, enter your mouth the whole experience comes alive. Within a second you will find them popping. The fun cannot be explained. It is super, marvellous and extremely wonderful.

Whosoever has invented the concept of bubble tea is an extremely wise, intelligent and efficient person and a nice human being as well. Have fun while drinking bubble teas.

N.B. Don’t forget the popping bubbles.



Lemon’s price skyrockets-eight rupees a piece

In this summer season, to beat the raising temperatures, what do people do? They have lemon juice or sweet lemon sherbet. But nowadays lemon prices are increasing with the rising temperatures. Lemons which I usually get three pieces for ten rupees, now costs me eight rupees a piece.Can you believe that? Over the night lemon’s price has gone up. Now for ten lemons I have to pay eighty rupees, whereas, if the price had not changed,then I would have been able to buy twenty four lemons with it.

I had intended to buy lemons to make lemon sherbet with it.With that plan going for a toss,I bought ten frooti packs instead,costing me a hundred bucks.

Hope you don’t find lemon so costly, in this scintillating summer.