This is a delicous way to prepare any kind of Almond Milk, such as this one. Its a great way to sweeten it up if you don't have agave, or have raisin soak water from making another recipe. Here, I will be making it relatively plain, however you can do this with whatever almond milk recipe you like. Just substitute the raisin soak water for the sweetener.
If you have never made nut milk before, check out this video to get an idea of what it might look like. Making nut milk is easy once you get the hang of it.
This drink is like....uh, goes up to 11 (Spinal Tap reference :))
It really does taste like 11 levels and lifts me up to the 11th level. That is 1 more past 10!
And it is a great way to work in lemon with peel seeing what Gabriel Cousens recommends about having lemon in Courtney Pool's blog which I excerpted:
"1 lime or lemon per day, including the peel helps to dissolve bad calcification; more than that will take out good calcium"
I've been having major raw choclate cravings today. I stopped using condiments of all kinds, including cacao, awhile ago but tonight I needed a little induldge if you know what I'm saying. This one is simple. It's a mixture of bitter, tart and sweet. I didn't use any added sweeteners as the cherimoya needs to act as it's own natural sweet goodness in this drink. It's very nice to be able to appreciate natural flavors without having to add stuff to jazz things up. Coconut water, caco, cherimoya. Hits the spot.