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Orange Campari is popular cocktail based on the italian bitter Campari and fresh orange juice. Simple enough, it has a perfect contrast between the sweeter and bitter, ideal for a drink before dinner.
This recipe was possible thanks to FLV Back Bar Bitters, which was bended into a Campari by adding Pomegranate and Rhubarb.
Enjoy and salud!
When we thing energizing we think Red Bull, Monster, V or even Gatorade. I challenged myself to think differently about what fruits are refreshingly energizing?
I concluded that it's exotic tropical fruits of course. Although you could also just be lazing about on a beach in the south pacific ocean getting a tan, still its super refreshingly energizing.
A delicate balance of exotic fruits smashed together in a power-packed smoothie that is sure to impress. A tropical taste with bright notes and floral/fruity undertones. Dragon Fruit tastes something between a kiwi, a pear, and a watermelon, So if you combine that with lychee and the sweet or sour of pomegranate, you have an extremely popular and refreshingly delicious smoothie. The main role of the marshmallow and the whipped cream is to increase volume, without adding any dairy or weight. You could pump up the sweetness with a few drops of ethyl maltol but I don't think it was needed in my case.
I found that it is best to let this one sit for a few days to allow the texture to build.
After a bit of feedback and trial and error I have reduced the lychee to .75%
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I don't see a FA spearmint so I put FE whatever that is - OKAY this is for the Flavor-Pro The Year of Mixing Challenge http://flavor-pro.com/the-year-of-mixing/ -The only melons I have are watermelon and watermelon candy so naturally I went with them LOL. I am adding Jackfruit to back up the sweetness and pomegranate to back up the sourness - then meringue and whipped cream to round it out. - then spearmint and koolada to create the kooler part - we'll see how she performs hmm?? :)
I wanted to make something with a bite in it with ry4 as it always seems so cloying to me. So added pomegranite and cranberry and then for a base creme and merengue and biscuit and pie crust and then added some toasted almond to make it more interesting and lemonade cookie because I figure cranberry needs a citrus with it but nothing necessarily strong. I think this probably is going to be too sweet for me and now I'm wondering why I needed to put cremes in this LOL Those might be cloying on their own. I think I will start over - but this is where I keep my recipes and who knows maybe this will be great.