A Refreshing Summer Shake

Lets face it, Australia gets pretty darn hot in Summer. Its humid, sticky and it just feels like you are in an oven 24/7. An icy shake is a great way to cool yourself down. When I went to Holy Basil with some friends I had a Lychee Shake. It was so good. Chunks of Lychee and ice. It was ultra refreshing.



At a recent farewell dinner, our friend Cecilia came with ingredients to try and replicate the drink we had at Holy Basil.



The shake was so much better than the one with had at the restaurant. Celz added some mint and lime to make it extra special.



Lychee Shake with a hint of lime and mint

Recipe

2 cans of Lychees in Syrup
1 to 2 cups ice
Juice from half a lime
A few mint leaves

Method

In a blender pour in lychees with syrup, lime juice, mint leaves and half of the ice. Blend until smooth. Put the rest of the ice into the blender and blend until all the ice is crushed.
Pour into tall glasses.
For an alcoholic kick, why not add some Midori or Vodka.

Trissa (December 27, 2009)  

Don't you just love it when the recipe you try to copy from a restaurant turns out better?! Love the shake idea Kath - especially now that lychees are in season! (I might even be able to use fresh ones for this!)

♥peachkins♥ (December 27, 2009)  
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♥peachkins♥ (December 27, 2009)  

I love Lychee shake. We usually have it with almond flavored gelatin in the shake. It is sooooo good!

Trisha (December 27, 2009)  

Lychees are loooooove!!!!

mademoiselle délicieuse (December 27, 2009)  

Mmmm...sounds refreshing! And super easy to make =)

Helena –  (December 28, 2009)  

That was some delicious mix! YUMBO!
And that apple thing you made - goodness that was to die for! Couldn't stop picking at it! Thanks Kat for making the night so spesh. Gonna miss ya xoxo.

Julia @Mélanger (December 28, 2009)  

Ohhhh, fabulous. I'm always on the lookout for a refreshing beverage, particularly on those hot Brisbane summer days!

Caroline (December 28, 2009)  

I love lychees but never made shake with them. Must try when the weather here warms up.

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella (December 28, 2009)  

Delicious Kath! I might sneak in a scoop of vanilla ice cream in there ;)

Hayles –  (December 28, 2009)  

Holy heck how refreshing. Thanks Kath I'm going to make these as my new years eve cocktails. You rule!!

Shirley @ Kokken69 (December 28, 2009)  

Wish I had learnt about this earlier for my Christmas party! This looks so refreshing... I can almost feel a breeze...

Ellie (December 29, 2009)  

Lychee shake!!! So refreshing. I want some now!

muffinsareuglycupcakes (December 29, 2009)  

mmm refreshing indeed!
i could have this everyday.
especially when im in singapore..
there is only one kind of weather :(
HOT. hahahaha.

Conor @ HoldtheBeef (December 29, 2009)  

I could definitely go one of those right now. Currently sucking down ice water with my hair plastered on my face, wishing I had air con.

betty (December 30, 2009)  

yum lychee i think id add muscato wine mm sweetness

SK (December 30, 2009)  

Lychee shake with midori.
That would be a nice combination.

cusinera (December 30, 2009)  

wonderful shake...ahhhhh!!! have to go to the asian shop to buy a couple of cans of lychee...nice blog:)adding malibu with be nice too...coconut/lychee..yum!

Barbara Bakes (December 31, 2009)  

We had a snow day today, so I'm a bit jealous of your hot summer weather and yummy cold drinks!

MaryMoh (January 01, 2010)  

That looks very refreshing! A great drink after all the festive food. Thanks for sharing.

Rhiannon (February 01, 2010)  

This is going on the To-Make list.

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