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Guava and Lychee Cooler

Guava and Lychee Cooler

Guava and lychee cooler is delicate and refreshing summer drinks. Both guava and lychee are in peak season and so here is a yummy summer drink. You can also use this combo to make cocktail drink or add fruit punch take this juice to the next level. Try this,you will surely love it.

Guava- 4 small
Sugar- 2 tbs
Ginger- 1 thin slice
Lemon juice- 1/2 lemon
Mint leaves- 2-3
Ice crushed- 1 cup
water or fruit punch-2 1/2 cup

Cut guava into small pieces. Peel lychee skin and remove seeds.
 Add the lychee flesh,chopped guava, sliced ginger, mint leaves and water. Blend in a mixture till it is pulpy.Strain the juice and remove the seeds of the guava.
Stir in sugar and lemon juice and crushed ice.
Serve with mint leaves or lemon wedges.

Try this
Hope you will all enjoy!


  1. Looks delicious need to try it.

  2. Refreshing drink and lovely combo :)

  3. Suja the recipe is fab...i love the baby pink colour

  4. such a soothing color...never thought about this combo

  5. Beautiful color... and so refreshing too!

  6. Lychee with guava looks absolutely cooling. Lovely color.

  7. Just loving that beautiful pink color, would love to try this combo..

  8. refreshing drink love that colour too


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