We then had the chance to make our own. Rather than blindly chucking weird combinations of fruit and veg into the blenders and juicers, we were given a step-by-step masterclass of how to make two drinks which I was very relieved to hear - because who knows what we would've been drinking if I'd been left to roam free(!) Firstly we made a breakfast smoothie which from memory think contained melon, mango, pineapple, kiwi and bananas. I'm not the biggest fan of bananas in drinks, but this drink was so full of other flavours you hardly noticed it.
Lastly we made a vegetable based drink which contained avocado, beetroot, celery and carrots. This had a thicker consistency. I don't like celery and this was quite pungent within the drink, so I still preferred the fruit smoothie overall.
Juicing from celery's perspective.
Glancing nervously at the contraption taking all his friends
Natasha from Dance Flow Lift was runner up and Phillips very kindly let her have a juicer too.
Here's a cheeky lift pic from the end of the night...
You can read more about the event here on Curry's site.
Thank you to James from Joe Blogs for inviting me, Raw & Juicy, The Cocktail Service for getting so hands on with our drink making, and to Currys and Philips for the juicer which I look forward to making my own creations with!
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