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Three Drinks to Start your Day

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For this cold season, we have three drinks options to take your Emergen-C that will make you include in your day in an easy and delicious way the fusion of Vitamin C, Vitamin B and Antioxidants that ne-C-sitas. The classic way to dissolve it with water, a delicious orange juice with mandarin and ginger or a lemon tea with mint. They will fascinate you!
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Ingredients

1 portion
  • 1 on Emergen-C® orange, (9.6 g), for the traditional way
  • 1 glass Water, (150 ml) hot, for the traditional way
  • 1 slice orange, to decorate, for the traditional way
  • 3 oranges, for the juice
  • 3 tangerines, for the juice
  • 1 teaspoon ginger, finely chopped, for the juice
  • 1 leave peppermint, to decorate the juice
  • 1 on Emergen-C® orange, (9.6 g), for juice
  • 150 milligrams Water, For the tea
  • 1 branch peppermint, For the tea
  • 2 slices lemon, For the tea
  • 1 tablespoon honey, For the tea
  • 1 on Lemon Emergen-C®, for tea (9.4 g)
  • 1 leave peppermint, to decorate the tea

Preparation

For the traditional way, pour an orange Emergen-C® envelope into a glass and then the hot guide. Mix and add a slice of orange.
For the juice, with the help of a juicer squeeze the oranges and tangerine. Mix with the ginger and reserve.
Pour an orange orange Emergen-C® envelope into a glass and add the juice. Mix and decorate with mint.
For tea, in a small pot heat the water until it boils. Add the mint leaves, the lemon slice and the honey and infuse 5 minutes out of the fire.
Pour an envelope of Emergen-C® lemon into a glass and add the infusion. Mix and decorate with more fresh mint.

PRESENTATION

In a glass / cup or thermos.

TIPS

Add the powder and then the liquid so that it dissolves easily.

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Nutritional information
* Percentage of daily values ​​based on a 2,000-calorie diet.
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Information per 100gr. Portion, provided by USDA
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Mariana Mayme
12/01/2018 21:51:01
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