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Authentic Jamaican Sugar Cane Juice Drink (Mr. Cane)
by Mr Cane
Mr Cane - Jamaican Sugar Cane Juice
Mr Cane is a new beverage on the shelves of select supermarkets in Jamaica. It is bottled Sugar cane juice available in 12oz bottles in regular and with a hint of ginger flavour.
The cane used is 100% Jamaican, grown by Jamaican farmers. Mr Cane is rich in iron and vitamin C.
Iron is needed to fuel the body with energy. It is a refreshing and thirst quenching drink.
Mr Cane tastes great on its own and can also be used as a base to make cocktails, mocktails and smoothies. The most famous cocktail being the mojito.
You can find Mr Cane Sugarcane Juice at:-
Portmore: Empire Supermarket Cross Roads and Pines Plaza, Portmore
Ocho Rios: General Food Supermarket Liguanea Plaza and Ocean Village Plaza, Ocho Rios.
Kingston: Things Jamaican Norman Manley International Airport Kingston, Devon House Kingston and JBDC Camp Road, Kingston.
Montego Bay: Sangster International Airport Montego Bay
St. Thomas: Savemore Supermarket, Winward Road Kingston and Classic Supermarket.
For more information go to:
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/mrcanejuice or phone: (876) 893 1296 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr Cane Pineapple SmoothieIngredients
1 small bag of sliced pineapple pieces
1 cup of Mr Cane Sugarcane Juice - regular flavour
A few ice cubes
Approximately 5-6 125g plain yoghurt, preferably unsweetenedMethod
1. Add ice, pineapple, yoghurt and Mr Cane Sugarcane Juice to blender and blend until smooth. Pour and enjoy!
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