Served warm and filled with sugar and spice, it’s easy to see why this traditional Mexican Christmas punch is a holiday-season staple in Mexico.
Since its arrival on the foodie scene, coconut water has been hailed as nature’s own miracle drink. Its wild popularity has led many to question its supposed nutritional value, dismissing the flavoursome water as just another passing health trend. But don’t be fooled. Coconut water is wonderfully hydrating too. The clear liquid found inside young, green coconuts (not to be confused with coconut milk) contains five essential electrolytes: calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, sodium and potassium. You’ve probably heard the claims that this sweet water has anti-ageing, anti-carcinogenic and anti-thrombotic effects, but this hasn’t been proven yet.
It’s Friyay, and after a long week of deadlines and gym and meetings – you deserve a drink! Watermelon is in season so we’re using our favourite summer fruit as the base for this refreshing, boozy cocktail.