These cool drinks called aguas frescas are made with water, fruit and a sweetener (typically sugar) and are commonly served in Mexico by street vendors in barrel shaped clear jars called a vitrolero. You will also find them in many Mexican takeout restaurants. Aguas frescas are the drink of choice in most Mexican cantinas
Mojito, The Non-alcohol Version made with fresh mint, sparkling water and sugar.
Recipe for a virgin bloody mary, complete with celery stick.
Popularized in the 1950's the date shake uses seeded, chopped dates, ice cream (or frozen yogurt) and milk.
An energizing fresh fruit cocktail, this love potion is also a chance to show off your creative side in original combinations of juices.