London Cocktail Week

by Rosie Guest,

In celebration of London cocktail week, we have decided to inject a bit of health into your typical cocktails with some Radiance goodness. The genius bartenders at Avenue of St James have concocted some delicious combinations using our juices. The 'Deep Roots Bloody Mary' and 'Vital Greens Sour' come highly recommended. Try out the full menu at Avenue.

Meanwhile for you to try at home, here's an easy to follow recipe for a juicy cocktail:

'Sunrise Mojito'


Bacardi Rum and Chambord shaken together with juice of pineapple, orange and lemon, create a refreshing fruit fusion, poured over crushed ice and garnished with a sprig of mint. 


50ml Bacardi rum
15ml Chambord
A fresh juice made up of: 225g of pineapple, 150g of orange, 75g of lemon, 7.5g of ginger
A sprig of fresh mint
Slice of ginger root
Optional - add 7.5g of turmeric root to the juice mix or a pinch of ground turmeric


1) Wash and chop all the fruit so that it will fit into your juicer
2) Put the ingredients through your juicer, mixing the ginger with the pineapple and orange to ensure that you get the most from it
3) Mix the juice with the Bacardi rum and Chambord, using a cocktail shaker if you have one
4) Stir in some fresh mint, tearing the leaves to infuse the flavour
5) Garnish with a slice of ginger
6) Drink immediately. Enjoy! 

We would love to see how you are celebrating London Cocktail week. Share with us a photo of your favourite cocktail, ingredient or just generally your tipple of choice, be it alcoholic or not. The best photo will be in with a chance of winning a meal for 2 at Avenue, with Radiance cocktails of course!

Tag your photo on Instagram or Twitter with #radiancecocktail to enter the draw. Competition ends Friday 24th October.

Happy National Kale Day!

by Rosie Guest, , link

To celebrate National Kale here's 6 green facts about this nutritious beauty:

1.       It has more vitamin C than an orange and it's great for your immune system

2.       It is a great source of healthy fats including alpha-linoleic acid (ALA) and omega-3 fatty acid which are vital for brain health

3.       It is a cruciferous vegetable and is a member of the cabbage family

4.       It comes in two forms, smooth and curly, the latter of which is the most common

5.       It is high in Vitamin A

6.       It has more calcium than milk

Green Kitchen Travels

by Christina Agnew, , link

We've been following the vegetarian food blog Green Kitchen Stories for a while now. Having loved their first book, we were thrilled to attend the launch of their second, Green Kitchen Travels.

Green Kitchen Travels

As the title implies, this book has a much more international flavour and is inspired by travels across Asia and America.

Luise Vindahl and David Frenkiel share some brilliant tips on feeding young children and keeping them healthy while travelling, since they took their daughter Elsa with them. She was only six months at the start of their trip.

Our favourite recipes include a beautifully coloured acai bowl for breakfast and an indulgent no-flour chocolate cake with pomegranate seeds. 

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