Saturday, April 30, 2011

Calamansi Fruitsoda

Calamansi is a fruit tree native to the Philippines. It is the most commonly grown backyard tree among the citrus species. Like its relatives, such as the mandarin, pomelo and sweet orange, the calamansi is rich in phosphorous, calcium, iron and Vitamin C or ascorbic acid. It is the most popular and most commonly used citrus fruit in the country.
Have you ever had this before? I have never tried it in my life until one of my blogger friends Mel sent it last week. Oh boy, it tastes like margarita to me! Yum! I wish we have calamansi here in the US. I like calamansi better than lime. Thanks again yotchMel!






21 diner's comment:

Mel Cole said...

Kalamansi nang ning-kabit sa baso yotch? hehehe, I love that drink! Rich in vitamin C :)

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Calamansi is really a complete fruit. You can use it for juice, for marinade, for seasoning even for bleaching stains in white shirts. Some also use it as ingredient for bath soap and shampoo. Tocayong Mel is really so sweet and generous. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

imriz said...

how refreshing naman ito, penge nman, think I needed few cans, ang init d2, dami ko pang chores today:)))

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wenn said...

we don't hv it here!

Vernz said...

mao ba, daghan pa diri.. sus kung libre lang shipping unta Dhemz.. hahaha.. bug-at man gud ni oi...hehehe.. was here dear for FTF...

chubskulit said...

May kalamansi dyan sis? Shhhrapa!

January said...

hehehe.. daghan kaau kalamansi diri dhems.. pwede jud ni ipadala kung collect ra ang shipping fee.. hehehe

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kat said...

gi uhaw na lang noon ko dah! hehehe...si Binky bitaw kay gadala ug kalamansi diha kay wa daw kalamsi diha hehe

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

Oo nga,nakakamiss ang Calamansi Juice,mas masarap sya kahit sa Tropicana. :)

Lina Gustina said...

Never tried it :(

Chie Wilks said...

haguyy wa pajud ko katilaw ana sis bisag naa ko diri sa Pinas..hehehe

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~wickedlysexy c",? said...

naku, masarap nga yan lalo na at sobra ang init ngayon sa 'Pinas...

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Cheerful said...

sarap, kakauhaw tuloy! never tried it yet, maybe someday. http://pinaymum.info/food-and-cuisine/food-trip-friday-023-easter-sweet-table/

w0rkingAth0mE said...

I love calamansi juice, buti n lang we have tree in our backyard.

nuts said...

it looks so refreshing! you have calamansi pala there.. i like how you presented it! :)

Cecile said...

looks refreshing; i need to try it when we get to P.I.

MinnieRunner said...

Yup Sis! Calamansi is grown in our backyard. Naalala ko namimitas pa ako nyan para ibenta sa tindahan, ha ha ha..

eden said...

I haven't tried it Dhemz but love to try.. hehehe

 gmirage said...

I'm looking for a calamansi tree here, will plant it as soon as I found one! :D Love love calamansi!

-Kitchenmaus

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

guy i miss kalamansi gyud, i prefer kalamansi juice than lemonade hehehe.

Ipa dala na diri isa ka case.

Lester King said...

I want to try that one too. My wife is also a Filipina and she told me a lot about Filipino foods. I wish I could also taste those delicious Filipino delicacies. Great post I must say! electronic cigarette