Tropical Fruit Punch Lemonade


Some things in life are just too complicated, and decision-making can drain you of all your energy!! But luckily for us, there are some things in life which are extremely simple and beautiful, and they compell us to enjoy that most-coveted moment of simplicity. Here' a simple Tropical Fruit Punch for your game nights and parties, or for a silent and relaxing afternoon. Ingrained with the goodness of oranges, pineapples and papaya, this drink is full of Vitamin-C, and can do a lot of good to your immune system. The vibrant yet refreshing color soothes your eyes, just as the tropical flavors liven up your spirits and tingle your tastebuds. Add in some champagne for a cocktail recipe, or enjoy the classic virgin fruit punch. Any way you choose it, you are bound to be lucky! Let's celebrate simplicity with a stress-free energizer punch!

Ingredients
1 cup orange juice
1 cup pineapple juice
1 cup papaya juice
2 tbsp fresh lime juice
sugar (optional, adjust to taste)
a dash of champagne (optional)
2 strawberries - slit for garnish
ice cubes

Method
Take 3-4 ice cubes in a blender. Add all the 3 juices and the sugar and blend to crush the ice and mix the flavors. Pour in serving glasses, add the lime juice and garnish with freshly cut strawberries!

Now find a silent corner in your house and release yourself of all tensions as you sip this refreshing Tropical Summer Cocktail!


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14 comments :

Angela said...

I agree with your simplicity theory mansi:) with 2 kids, a job and a house, my life is already too complicated:) thanks for some simple things in life!!

-Angela

Anonymous said...

that looks good! tropical drinks are always my favorites:)

-Annie

Minti said...

It does look refreshing - had never thought to juice Papaya before...

Taste of Mysore said...

The drink looks refreshing. The color is so appealing.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Papaya and pinapple conbi should be tating gud!The colour of orage and the other 2 fruits after mixing give an awesome colour indeed!
Thanx for counting in me for your game night party event Mansi!Sure my next post is for ur event!

Shella said...

This looks great Mansi. Refreshingly good.

bee said...

a dash of booze woulf take it to another level. :D

SUGARCRAFT INDIA said...

Your simple yet attractive n delicious drink would be a great beginning to a party...loved it!!

remya said...

WoW!!! like to have that refreshing drinkj mansi........cool

Namratha said...

Now that's one punch I would love to grab...looks gr8~

Cynthia said...

I hope you don't mind if I take this and kick it up a notch with some good ole Caribbean rum? :D

Zen Chef said...

The dash of Champagne is not optional in my case hehe.
I sooo want to try this!
:-)

Kribha said...

Ah....Truly refreshing. I'm not a big papaya fan. Maybe I'll try it without the papaya juice and champagne.

Vending Machines Sydney said...

So refreshing, healthy and yummy! Drinks like this should be readily available in the market, especially for people like me who are always on the go.