The Thanksgiving season is a time to gather with friends and family to celebrate. Instead of having a hum-drum party, intrigue and surprise your guests by introducing them to flavor-tripping!
Flavor-tripping is the phenomena of using miracle berries to change the tastes of sour and acidic flavors so they taste sweet, without the use of sugar. Berries, citrus fruits, apples, cranberries, yogurt, sour cream, vinegar, and other sour foods – all taste super sweet after you consume a MiraBurst Miracle Berry Tablet.
This flavor transformation is made possible by Miraculin, a glycoprotein found only in miracle berries that is one of the few taste transformers existing in nature. Simply offer your guests a MiraBurst tablet and tell them to let the tablet melt on their tongues, like a hard candy. Once their tongues are completely coated, any sour and acidic foods they eat or drink for up to 90 minutes will taste sweet.
We’ve included below three fun, seasonal cocktails that will greatly demonstrate the powerful taste transformation of the miracle berry that you can serve at your flavor-tripping Thanksgiving party. Each cocktail is classically made using sugar or sweetened ingredients, which we have omitted here. Your guest will be amazed how delicious these drinks are, without adding calorie-laden sugar.
Orange Vanilla Cocktail
Makes one serving
1 ½ fluid ounces vodka
6 fluid ounces unsweetened orange juice
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
1 ½ cups ice cubes
Vanilla beans (optional)
1. Combine vodka, orange juice, and vanilla extract in a highball glass and stir to combine. Add ice and garnish with a vanilla bean. Serve immediately.
Cranberry Mimosa Cocktail
Makes four servings
1 cup unsweetened cranberry juice
1 bottle champagne
12 fresh cranberries
4 short sprigs fresh rosemary
1. Pour ¼ cup cranberry juice into four champagne flutes; then pour in enough champagne to fill glass.
2. Insert a toothpick into 12 cranberries to create a hole running through the middle from top to bottom. Thread a rosemary sprig through three cranberries and place over the top of one of the champagne flutes to decorate it. Continue threading three cranberries onto each remaining sprig of rosemary and place onto each champagne flute. Serve.
Make one serving
2 fluid ounces gin
1 half lime
1. Using a fruit juicer, juice half a lime into a highball glass and place the juiced lime half into the bottom of the glass. Add two ounces of gin and stir to combine with lime juice.
2. Fill the highball glass with ice and then top with sparkling water. Stir and serve immediately.