Nesfruta Melon-Mango-Orange Fruit Cooler

Nesfruta Melon-Mango-Orange Cooler

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I love fruit coolers. They’re light, sweet and oh-so refreshing.

Iced, chilled, or a slushy, it’s the perfect drink on a sultry day. It lifts your mood as it cools your body. The fruit slices and the occasional mint leaves make it even more inviting and delicious. When dining out, it’s a delightful alternative to the usual iced tea or shake.

Thankfully, I found a way — a cheap way — to make them at home. And believe it or not, a juicer is not necessary, yet it tastes real, as in, “real na real.”

Nesfruta melon mango orange mix mason jarI use Nesfruta, Nestle’s popular juice drink here in the Philippines. I don’t know what kind of magic they conjure in their labs and factories but they do create juice drinks that taste just a hair away from their fresh, natural and, admittedly, healthier versions. Drink it ice-cold and you’ll miss the difference.

On a side note, in case you’re wondering, I’m not paid to this. 😀 I’m simply a fan of this product. How they keep to their promise of “real na real” intrigues and puzzles me.

Back to my cheap but yummy fruit cooler. First, I snip open 3 different flavors, pour them in an empty jar, close the lid tightly, and shake it like crazy. Of course, you can mix it with a spoon and it would make no difference. But shaking the jar over your shoulder is fun, fun, fun!

My favorite is the triple combo of Nesfruta Melon, Mango, and Orange. But Nesfruta has two other flavors, Dalandan and Pineapple, and I bet they’ll pair well in combinations of their own.

floating fruit slices in Nesfruta coolerNow, take 1½ TBSP + a pinch or two of your Nesfruta mix and dissolve it in 1 liter of cold water. Add assorted fresh fruit slices (whatever you have as long as you think it’ll go well), stir and pour in ice-filled glasses. Enjoy. Add mint leaves if you have them.

To give your Nesfruta cooler more oomph, use cucumber water instead of plain water. It’s quite easy to make. Slice a medium-sized cucumber into thin discs and drop them in a pitcher of water. Let it stand inside the fridge for at least an hour before using.

If you’re feeling a little adventurous, feel free to spike it tastefully with vodka or gin. Just make sure it’s off-limits to children.

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Nesfruta Melon-Mango-Orange Fruit Cooler
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Here's a cheap way of making fruit-combo coolers. Make use of Nesfruta's real na real powdered fruit juices.
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