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Sparkling Himalayan

 

Sparkling Himalayan

DSC_0138 copyAt the recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2014, Himalayan launched and displayed their new product- Sparkling Himalayan. Sparkling is enriched natural water from the Himalayas with a hint of carbonation that adds a zaniness to the taste. It can be used to add fizz to long afternoons, leisurely brunches or a shine to the evening on being used as mixer with the finest drinks. Priced at Rs 50 for 500 ml and at Rs 90 for 1 litre, Sparkling Himalayan will be available at all restaurants and Taj properties across Delhi & Mumbai

The Himalayan Sparkling Bar setup at the venue treated guests with mocktails made out of Himalayan Sparkling. Ranging from the cooling Cucumber & Curry Leaf Lemonade to the Refreshing Peach Mohito, the mocktails were quite a hit with the fashionistas at the venue.

Untouched, Unprocessed, Crafted by Nature…Himalayan, the natural mineral water brand, brought a truly ethereal experience at the Lakme Fashion Week this year. Through an association with renowned designers Shantanu and Nikhil, Himalayan presented the stunning Himalayan Couture Collection, which was an ode to the Himalayas. Using primarily fluid fabrics, the collection is quietly glamorous, with creative architecture & intriguing fabric cut-outs that balance a mix palette of greys, whites & blacks with reds & blues

MOCKTAIL RECIPES

 Cucumber & Curry Leaf Lemonade

Glass: Collins

Ingredients:

60ml Fresh cucumber puree

8-10 curry leaves

30ml sugar syrup

10ml limejuice

A wedge of lime

Sparkling Himalayan

Garnish: Cucumber stick

Method:

  • Fill glass with 3/4 cube ice
  • Add the cucumber puree, sugar syrup & limejuice
  • Squeeze a wedge of lime and drop it in. Stir
  • Tear a few curry leaves and drop in
  • Top it with Sparkling Himalayan
  • Garnish

Kokum & Tangerine Sherbet

Glass: Pilsner

Ingredients:

45ml Kokum syrup

4 slices of orange

10ml limejuice

Half teaspoon black salt

Sparkling Himalayan

Garnish: half orange slice

Method:

  • Take a shaker and add orange slices in it
  • Muddle
  • Fill shaker with 3/4 ice
  • Add kokum syrup and limejuice
  • Shake and strain it over ice in a tall glass
  • Add black salt and stir
  • Top it with Sparkling Himalayan
  • Garnish

Blue Breeze

Glass: Pilsner / tall glass

Ingredients:

30ml Manama litchi crush

10ml Manama Blue Curacao

10ml limejuice

A wedge of lime

Sparkling Himalayan

Garnish: Cherry / Orange slice

Method:

  • Fill glass with 3/4 ice
  • Add litchi crush, limejuice, squeeze a wedge of lime and drop it in
  • Top it with Sparkling Himalayan
  • Swirl the blue Curacao and stir
  • Garnish

Peach Mojito

Glass: Collins

Ingredients:

45ml Manama peach & apricot crush

8-10 mint leaves

6 lime wedges

Sparkling Himalayan

Garnish: Mint sprig

Method:

  • In a Collins glass add lime wedges
  • Tear mint leaves over lime and muddle
  • Fill glass with ice and add peach apricot crush
  • Stir and adjust the flavours
  • Top it with Sparkling Himalayan
  • Garnish

 

 

Anubhav Sapra is an avid foodie! He is a Founder but proudly calls himself a Foodie-in-chief at Delhi Food Walks. He is also a street-food and Indian regional cuisine connoisseur and loves to write about street-food.