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Adjust Servings:
1 1/2 cups crushed ice cubes
10 fresh mint leaves
1 1/2 cups pomegranate juice
1 1/2 cup cups of chilled tangerine juice
3 cups of water
10 strawberries

Tangerine spritzer

  • Vegan
  • 10 mins
  • Serves 2
  • Easy



The tangerine spritzer is a versatile drink which can be paired with many dishes to give you a tasty experience your family and friends would want to get more of. This recipe will combine the best of strawberries, tangerines and pomegranates in one tasty smoothie.

Health benefits

  • Tangerines are a variety of mandarin oranges which come packed with nutritious values, including vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and fibers. These can help with the healthy function of the body, contributing to cell growth, strengthening bones, heart and kidneys.
  • Although tangerines are comparable to oranges, they contain more vitamin A, iron and vitamin C.
  • Tangerines contain compounds, called flavonoids, which have anti-cancer properties. Studies have shown that consuming tangerines prevents the growth of cancerous cells, neutralizing free radicals and disease-causing cells in the body.

Tangerine contains potassium which helps the proper functioning of important organs and muscles in the body such as the kidneys, organs, heart and the digestive system.

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How to Make Tangerine spritzer

  • Place strawberries, tangerine juice, water, wine and mint in a large glass.
  • Fill it to the brim with water
  • Stir
  • Serve chilled


  • Tangerines have been grown for over 3000 years, with origins going back to China.
  • It wasn’t until the 19th century that tangerines arrived in Europe and North America.
  • The name for tangerines comes from the root word ‘tangier’ in Morocco, where the first batches of the fruit began to get shipped to the Northeast Asian regions of the world, and Europe.
  • Tangerines are prone to getting attacked from altarnaria alternate, a disease which can cause brown spots. They were first reported in 1903 in Australia and began to affect Florida groves in the 1970s.
  • A single medium sized tangerine contains about 37 calories.
  • One serving of a medium sized tangerine provides about 32 percent of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C.
  • The skin of tangerines contains essential oils which are used as an additive in cosmetics and aromatic liqueurs.

Tangerine spritzer has a cheerful color which has a positive effect on the body, helping to calm the nervous system and preventing depression.

Lian Wong

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