10 Easy Ways To Change A Drink From Average To Awesome

Isn’t it nigh time you got more bang for your beverage? Rethink your drink with the smooth taste of Silk PureAlmond®.

1. Mint Leaves

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For those refreshing summer mojitos. A great way to kill two birds with one…cube.

2. Peeps

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Because they only come ‘round but once a year. Put them in everything.

3. Butter

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The infamous Butterbeer recipe a la Harry Potter. How much butter have you had so far today? The answer is not enough, probably.

4. Flowers

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Alright, so maybe edible flowers won’t necessarily punch up a drink’s flavor, but just look how great it looks! It’s like drinking a garden.

5. Chocolate

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Chocolate on chocolate on chocolate.

6. Rocks

Wait wait wait — hear us out. Yes, they’re rocks, but they’re clean, and they keep your booze cold without diluting it. That’s a win-win, and you know it.

7. Marshmallows

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This isn’t your grandmother’s hot chocolate mix-in. This is a chocolate/marshmallow/peppermint deploying device designed by the world’s best engineers to maximize beverage enjoyment. What, you usually just drop naked marshmallows into your hot chocolate? Cute.

8. Blooming Tea

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Whether you’re into the subtle taste of tea or not, no one can deny the appeal of watching a walnut-sized bulb bloom into an elaborate flower when steeped in hot water.

9. Fire

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Because fire.

10. Almond Milk

Try adding a bit of Silk PureAlmond® to any beverage as a milk substitute. One sip of this smooth, refreshing dairy alternative and you’ll want to rethink the way you drink.

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