Kiwi Cooler is a refreshing summer cooler with a slight tang and flavour from fresh Kiwi Fruit, lemon and mint leaves. Make it this summers. Here is how to make Kiwi Cooler recipe.
Kiwi is my family’s favorite fruit. Oh, how we love to sip its refreshing cooler every now and then. To my relief, as Kiwi’s easily available across major cities in India, I can prepare this Kiwi Cooler whenever I feel like.
During my research I came to know that Kiwi is full of Vitamin C, even more than we could obtain from oranges. Kiwi also helps in cleansing the intestinal track and remove toxins.
Additionally, it boosts immunity, regulates blood pressure and it is even good for our skin. This cooler is even good for senior citizens as it helps in fighting deficiency of vitamins.
As it is green in color even kids get attracted to relish Kiwi in fruit salad or through coolers.
Just to give this Kiwi Cooler an extra flavor, I thought of adding some fresh mint leaves. I added some sugar syrup as well in order to balance the tanginess of Kiwi. Plus, I complemented this cooler with little soda water and ice cubes to combat heat.
It turned out really well. The mint leaves and lemon slices definitely go well with Kiwi. The combination is surely going to enthrall your taste buds as well, mark my words! And if you like it, do no forget to try Blueberry Mojito or Mango Ginger Lemonade.
Don’t miss to try out this soothing Kiwi Cooler this week or on weekend meets. If you wish to find out which other fruits you could probably use for such satiating coolers then here’s a quick list for you.
For all the pomegranate fans, rest assured, I have something cool for you as well. Get going, try out these coolers and get ready to win the world.
Kiwi Cooler Recipe
Kiwi Cooler is a refreshing summer cooler with a slight tang and flavour from fresh Kiwi Fruit, lemon and mint leaves. Make it this summers.
- 2 Kiwi fruit
- 3-4 Lemon slices
- 2 tbsp Lemon juice
- 5-6 Mint leaves
- 2 tbsp Sugar syrup
- 500 ml Soda water
- Ice cubes
- Add kiwi fruit, lemon wedges and mint leaves in a mortar and muddle them to release the flavours.
- Divide this mixture in 2-3 glasses.
- Add sugar syrup in all the glasses equally and top with soda water.
- Garnish with lemon slices, kiwi slices and mint leaves.
- Add ice cubes and serve immediately.
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