Taken from our brand new app, JUICES, available in the app store now, these are five of the best juices, smoothies and quenchers for summer – guaranteed to boost your energy and keep you feeling great in the sun.


BlackPeachBlack Peach (Juice)

A summer delight – each drop to be savoured. Play with the different berry combinations to change the flavor and the sweetness.

2 peaches or nectarines
2 handfuls blueberries, blackberries and/or blackcurrants


PinkPeachPink Peach (Juice)

Another exquisite summer luxury – choose your favourite combination.

2 peaches or nectarines
2 handfuls strawberries and raspberries


PinkBananaPink Banana (Smoothie)

This one is a summer favourite – best to use fresh organic strawberries.

2 bananas
8 medium strawberries
10 tablespoons (150 ml) apple juice


SummerMangoSpecialSummer Mango Special (Smoothie)

Just as those fantastic Indian mangoes are at the tail end of their season, the raspberries come in – catch this divine combination if you can, otherwise use any good mango.

2 mangoes
2 handfuls raspberries
juice of half a lemon
8 tablespoons (120 ml) apple juice


FreshSensationFresh Sensation (Quencher)

A combination of refreshing, tangy ingredients to cool you down on a summer’s day.

9 fl oz (300 ml) boiling water
1 small bunch fresh mint leaves
1 inch (2.5 cm) ginger root, grated
juice of 4 oranges
1 scoop lime sorbet
4–6 ice cubes

Pour the boiling water over the mint leaves and grated ginger and let them steep for five minutes. Leave to cool, then top up with freshly squeezed orange juice, lime sorbet and ice.


Juices app from Nourish by Aimer Media £2.99/$4.99 available  for iPad and iPhone from the App Store

Natalie Savona is the content creator for Juices, a fully-qualified nutritionist she has always been in demand as a writer, and presenter in television and radio. Natalie presented two series of Freaky Eaters for BBC3 and The Kitchen Detective on Discovery Health. She also made regular expert tv appearances, including This Morning and BBC Breakfast, as well as regularly contributing to a broad range of publications, including BBC Good Food, The Sunday Times, Cosmo and The Daily Mail.


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