20 ml calamansi purée + 150 ml water + honey or sweetener of choice to taste
- Just a few drops to make a calamansi juice, a refreshingly healthy beverage - for a twist of gourmet, simply add muscovado, coconut sap sugar, or honey to sweeten.
- A few droplets on your morning tea will do
- Great as a juice drink or mix in cocktails.
- Use as an ingredient to blend sauce or marinades, dips for luscious viands, salad dressings, or homemade aioli
Iced Calamansi Honey Ginger Tea
60 ml calamansi purée
450 ml (2 cups) water
1 piece ginger, peeled & sliced
2 tbsp honey
Put ginger and water in a pot and bring to boil.
Cover and let ginger steep for about 15 minutes.
Add the calamansi purée and honey and stir until honey dissolves.
Remove from heat and strain ginger.
Pour in a cup and garnish with thin slices of calamansi fruit and ginger.
Add honey to your liking (optional).
Serve with ice and enjoy.
1 kilogram of calamansi fruit per 300 ml bottle of puree.
The citric acid content of this pure juice when added to the foods helps break down carbohydrates, fats, and protein. It also has numerous advantages for our health:
High vitamin C content helps boost the immune system
Contains flavonoids that naturally cleanses the digestive tract
Plenty of antioxidants that helps sweep out toxins and detoxify the body, promote good eyesight, and delaying skin aging
Has astringent and antibacterial properties
Contains detoxifiers and phytochemicals
Boosts production of collagen through a burst of its ascorbic acid content
Helps in losing weight and manage cholesterol levels
Soothes acidity in the tummy
Keeps at room temperature unopened.
Refrigerate after opening.
Natural settling may occur.
Shelf life: 1 year from date of manufacture.