If you’re in love with cherimoya, this tasty beverage recipe will have you singing My Cheri-Amor-ya! Once you’re lured in for a sip, you’ll be delighted with the taste of light and floral sweetness with a nutty crunch. That makes cherimoya wonderful to pair with other delicate flavors in your summer cocktails, baby shower mocktails and morning smoothies.
Sliced, cubed or melon balled cherimoya can be a striking garnish for cocktails or incorporated into them for beauty, texture and sweetness. Diced cherimoya can be used to flavor your water, spooned on top of ice in beverages for a delightfully sweet surprise, or frozen for future smoothies.
ICED CHERIMOYA TEA LATTE RECIPE
This cool, creamy and refreshing cherimoya drink is lovely as a summer’s day. You’ll start by brewing black tea for iced tea. Then, you’ll whip up a versatile cherimoya simple syrup, which will contribute to the creamy “latte” portion of the recipe. In no time, you’ll be idling away the morning hours with this pretty little beverage.
This is a cherimoya recipe that is easily adapted to suit your preferences. After all, this is tea we’re talking about, and everyone likes their tea (and their latte) just so. Here, we’re using a thicker simple syrup for a richer cherimoya consistency. You can make it thinner by doubling the water, or less sweet by halving the sugar. You may also combine the tea and cherimoya simple syrup directly into a pitcher filled with ice to serve a party!
Store leftover cherimoya simple syrup in the refrigerator for up to two days in a tightly sealed container. Enjoy it in cocktails or added to sparkling water!
Cherimoya Simple Syrup
Prepare the cherimoya milk:
Prepare the iced tea:
Prepare the cherimoya tea latte:
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