Dragon Fruit Drink!
Although we are in the middle of the summer; however, it feels like summer has just begun in Seattle. We had a series of gloomy, windy, and rainy days, and the event stormed a week ago. Finally, summer sets in, and the days are getting warmer like it is supposed to be, and now, we can enjoy summertime with all the fun outdoor activities.
This hot weather makes my skin dry and makes me want to dip my body in the refreshing water on Washington lake, my throat yearning for cold drinks to bear the scorching heat.
One of my new favorite refreshment drinks this summer is the new Starbucks drink 'Dragon Fruit Drink.' This drink is exotic and delicious, with a hint of coconut milk. This fruity paradise beverage is my number one choice to combat the heatwave during this summertime.
However, like all other Starbucks drinks are pricey, and drinking them every day during the summer will cost me a fortune, so I decided to copy the recipe. After some trial and error, I finally found a close enough recipe as delicious as Starbucks's Dragon Fruit Drink. Furthermore, the best part is that I can save money by making my drink.
1/4 Welch Dragon Cocktail Blend Dragon Fruit Mango choices: Vblend Dragon Punch Juice, Bossen Dragon Fruit Concentrate Syrup,
1/4 Coconut Milk
Mix all together, including the Frozen Pitaya Dragon Fruit Frozen.
Alternatively, you can buy fresh Dragon Fruit and cut it in half. The first half is cut into small cubes and put into the freezer. Next, cut the other half into small cubes, put it into a jar full of water, and let it sit for two hours before mixing it with other ingredients, including the frozen Dragon Fruit.
Thank you so much for reading, and I hope you have incredible summertime!