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The little brother drink of Pisco Sour, this version replaced the lime for passion fruit, also called Maracuya. Nothing is more pleasant than dipping your lips into this airy foam to reach this fruity Maracuya Sour cocktail! If a drink is waiting in paradise for our soul, Maracuya Sour would be it! A soft foamy, fruity drink with a touch of bitterness. There is no better drink, especially made with the actual fruit; Maracuya, also called passion fruit. So let’s do a deep dive into the specifics of this cocktail. Origin Pisco Sour is the pride of Peru, a type of Margarita made with pisco, lime, simple syrup, Angostura bitters and egg white. Well, this version is the same, but I exchanged the lime for Maracuya! Pisco is a type of grape-distilled spirit from Peru or Chile. It was produced by the Spanish settlers who wanted to recreate another spirit…

Tropical Smoothie Bowl is a fest of tropical fruits; passion fruit, mango and pineapple blended with coconut milk and ice cubes for an exotic start to the day. I don’t know for you, but tropical fruits are my favourites! This Tropical Smoothie Bowl is an ode to the tropics with its exotic flavours. The smoothie base is a pineapple and mango blended with coconut milk with a topping of pineapple, shredded coconut and last but not least, Passion fruit (or Maracuyá). Every bite has a new fun texture with an overall tropical flair! Without saying it’s filled with vitamins, let’s say… enough to last a year without getting scurvy. A great combination of exotic flavours complements one another beautifully. The Many Names of Passion Fruit To make it more straightforward… There are three popular Passion Fruits, yellow, purple and reddish. Which is without contest the more prominent names we’ll get…

Sensational Passion Fruit Panna Cotta is made with coconut milk and will make you fly right to the tropics. It is a light and easy dessert to make for the whole family. Panna Cotta means cooked cream in Italian from northern Italy, in Piedmont. It’s a simple dessert often aromatized with vanilla, rum, or coffee and topped with fruity coulis or caramel. However, this time, it’s the same format but with a Tropical flair! An easy, gluten-free, and elegant dessert to bite into. Types of Passion Fruits They call the larger yellow passion fruit Maracuya in South and Central America. This yellow version of passion fruit is more present than purple and has more juice. In South America, they make ceviche, cocktails, cheesecake, and ice cream with it, a reasonably common fruit. They both taste similar and contain the grains, but the yellow version contains double the goods. Is it Ripe…

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