Marmalade springs Citrus Mocktail, Citrus Sweet Mocktail

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There is a cute little resort tucked inside a coffee plantation in Wayanad, Kerala called Marmalade Springs. We had this refreshing citrus drink there, which I liked a lot. I later came to know that it was made with wild oranges that grow only in that area of Wayanad. The wild oranges were the size of an Indian lime. It even looked like a lime. But when you peel it, you will be in for a surprise. Its intensely orangy with a very thin skin and its very sour. They use it to make Marmalade, pickle and  juice. They were happy to share the recipe. The cook there told that a good substitute for wild oranges would be our Indian Mosambi and that’s what I have used today. Here is how to do Marmalade springs rocking citrus drink.

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Here is what you will need
# 2 inch piece ginger, peeled
# 1 medium sized Mosambi, peeled
# 1 Indian lime, seeds removed (do not peel skin)

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Take a small mixie jar and add in the sugar and cardamom and grind to a powder.

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In the same jar, add in the ginger, mosambi and lime. They add the skin of the lime along while grinding. It was so new to me and I should say that having the skin on gives the juice an intense citrus flavor. Add one cup of water to the mixture. Pulse it several times. Then, strain. Do not use a fine strainer. Use a strainer with wide holes to get some of the citrus pulp. To the strained mixture add one more cup of water and a big pinch of salt. Mix well.

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Serve immediately. If you wish, add in some ice cubes.

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Enjoy!

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Marmalade springs Citrus Mocktail

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Recipe from Marmalade Springs Resort Wayanad, Kerala – Refreshing Citrus juice mocktail. Marmalade Springs Wild oranges are to die for!

  • Total Time: 5 mins
  • Yield: 3 persons 1x

Ingredients

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  • 1/4 inch piece ginger, peeled
  • 1 medium sized Mosambi, peeled
  • 1 Indian lime, seeds removed (do not peel skin)
  • 5 Tablespoon Sugar
  • 3 Cardamom
  • 2 Cups, 500 ml Water
  • A big pinch of salt

Instructions

  1. Take a small mixie jar and add in the sugar and cardamom and grind to a powder.
  2. In the same jar, add in the ginger, mosambi and lime. Add one cup of water to the mixture. Pulse it several times. Then, strain. To the strained mixture add one more cup of water and a big pinch of salt. Mix well.
  3. Serve immediately. If you wish, add in some ice cubes.
  • Author: Kannamma - Suguna Vinodh
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Category: Mocktail
  • Cuisine: South Indian, Kerala

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8 thoughts on “Marmalade springs Citrus Mocktail, Citrus Sweet Mocktail”

  1. Krithika Manikandan

    Hi,
    Your recipes seems to be so helpful. It’s clear enough for me to learn as I’m a beginner in preparing big meals. Thanku madam.






  2. Hello mam,
    Why should it be consumed immediately? ??Will it be okay if I carry it to work for an afternoon drink?

  3. Prepared this mocktail last nite.. Wow.. So strong and refreshing.. and flavorful with lime skin.






  4. Vanakkam sugu sis.,
    I made this mocktail today. So refreshing…it reminded me of a concoction – lemon,ginger and honey taken on raising as a coolant. But this one had additional citrus punch and aroma of cardamom. Very innovative and easy recipe. Can be prepared in a jiffy for guests…..thank you.






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