Beat the heat and quench your thirst with the refreshing aguas frescas. In this Pottery Barn video, Tony Salto, General Manager, Tortilla Heights, demonstrates how to make the cooling aguas frescas. To make this summer drink, Tony takes some fresh strawberries and cleans them by cutting off the stems. In the next step, he puts them in a blender and adds a cup of water and a small amount of sugar syrup and blends it into a smooth mixture. The sugar syrup is a mixture of equal amounts of sugar and water which has to be boiled until the sugar is completely dissolved. After blending, Tony pours the strawberry mixture in a pitcher of ice cubes and water. For garnishing the drink, Tony uses sprig mint to add flavor and aroma. The beverage can also be made with a variety of seasonal fruits of your choice. To explore further you can visit our website: Check out the Library Barware at: To order PB Classic Barware visit: Read more about Engraved Barware at: : If you prefer maximum coffee freshness, the Breville single-cup brewer serves up java perfection every time. This new upgraded model includes quiet pump technology that brews even quieter than previous models and an iced beverage function that dispenses a concentrated 3-1/2-ounce shot of tea or coffee. Simply dilute with ice and water for iced tea or coffee. Patented showerhead delivers precise amount of water for even coffee extraction and superior flavor. The removable 60-ounce water tank brews up to 10 cups of coffee and includes a water filtration system to reduce impurities in order to optimize drink flavor. LCD control includes a digital clock with auto on-off time, five brew strengths, and variable brew temperature. Brewer uses pre-made K-Cup coffee pods or just add your own favorite roast to the reusable My K-Cup. Includes a sample pack of single-use K-Cups available including cocoa and tea. The My K-Cup and included measuring spoon conveniently store in the brewer’s top compartment.
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