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Creamy Arctic Cappuccino

As a sweet treat for the designated driver, the Creamy Arctic Cappuccino is bound to please. It's also simple to make, requiring just three ingredients.

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Topics: Non-alcoholic, Coffee, Featured, Feature, Frozen Drinks, Beverage, Cappuccino, Frozen Coffee Drinks

Fresh Garden Salsa

A great-tasting fresh salsa keeps customers coming back for more. With a high-performance commercial culinary blender, making fresh salsa is a snap—20 seconds or less of blending time. It's easy to experiment with smooth and chunky versions simply by adjusting the blending time and speed. 

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Food, salsa, Mexican, tomato, Lime juice, orange pepper, garlic, basil, Culinary blenders

Sugar-Free Frozen Virgin Tai

For those who need or wish to skip both the sugar and the alcohol, sugar-free virgin drinks are a great alternative to diet soda. Give your guests a chance to indulge in a delicious cocktail or dessert drink as we say good bye to summer over the Labor Day weekend in the U.S.

This Frozen Virgin Tai uses fresh juices and sugar-free orgeat syrup to mimic the flavor and consistency of the famous island umbrella drink.

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Topics: Virgin Drinks, Sugar-free, Frozen cocktails, Cocktails, Mocktails, Featured, Feature, Frozen Drinks, Beverage, pineapple, Orgeat syrup, Orange Juice

Honey-Pear Butter

Customers will swoon for the sweet taste of honey-pear butter. This versatile recipe can be served with bread, used to garnish pork or folded into buckwheat crepes for an unexpected brunch treat.

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Recipes, pear, butter, crepes, brunch

Cassis Sauce

Cassis sauce is excellent with sliced fresh peaches, ice cream or cake. While traditionally made with blackberries, it can also be made with olallieberries. When your customers ask, "What's an olallieberry?" tell them it's a hybrid cousin to both blackberries and raspberries.

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Recipes, blackberry, dessert, sauce, creme de cassis, olallieberry, Culinary blenders

Purple Viking

This colorful cocktail gets its purple hue from blueberry liqueur and Blue Curacao. It's strong but sweet and bold.

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Topics: Featured, Feature, Beverage

The Caipirinha from Brazil

Although the Caipirinha has been well known for some time in New York and Miami, the cocktail's popularity is growing with the international attention Brazil has been receiving as host of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics. The Caipirinha is Brazil's official national drink—in fact, the drink is so official that in 2008 the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture published a decree outlining the criteria by which a cocktail might earn the right to call itself a Caipirinha.  

There are only three ingredients (four if you count ice) in the Caipirinha and as long as you don’t skimp on their quality, the only way you can go wrong is by not washing the lime properly.

We recommend mixing up a batch to celebrate the Opening Ceremony on August 5th! 

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Topics: Cocktails, Brazil, Featured, Feature, Beverage, lime, Caipirinha, Olympics

First and Ten

Just in time for Father's Day, this thirst-quenching cocktail combines six fresh fruit juices with gin, rum, grenadine and seltzer for a refreshing alcoholic beverage.

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Topics: Frozen cocktails, Featured, Feature, Beverage, pineapple, grapefruit, cranberry, Lime juice, lemon juice, Orange Juice

Bolivian Mojito

While the traditional mojito is made with rum, this one uses the only liqueur derived from the coca leaf—AGWA de Bolivia Coca Leaf Liquor.

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Topics: Cocktails, Featured, Feature, Mojito, Bolivia, Beverage, mint, liqueur, lime

Virgin Miami Vice

This delicious tropical drink from Maran Illustrated Bartending uses the favorite flavors of South Beach cocktails—cocounut, pineapple and citrus.

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Topics: Virgin Drinks, Mocktails, Featured, Feature, Beverage, coconut, pineapple, Miami, Tropical drinks

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