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    Flu fighters' martini

    Try this stylish, alcohol-free drink from the founders of London's Redemption bar

    "A customer once asked us to make a cocktail with every flu-busting ingredient we could find,' says Andrea. 'It's been modified over the years, but at its heart it is a hot, feisty little number, which is why we named it in homage to the rock band."

    Serves: 1

    Ingredients

    80ml coconut water
    50ml fresh orange juice
    1 tsp fresh lemon juice
    1 tbsp fresh lime juice
    4 tsp rhubarb or elderflower cordial
    4 tsp pure aloe vera juice
    1cm piece fresh ginger, geeled
    1cm slice red chilli
    A couple of ice cubes
    Chilli flakes, slices of ginger and a chilli to garnish

    Method

    1. Put all the ingredients, except the ice, in a blender and blitz well. For a smooth drink, pass the blended liquid through a fine-mesh sieve. It is equally deliciou, and slightly spicier, not sieved with the chilli flecks remaining.

    2. Put the ice in a shaker and add the liquid. Shake well to chill.

    3. Moisten the rim of a large chilled martini glass with water and drip it in chilli flakes.

    4. Pour the drink into the glass and garnish with a slice of fresh ginger and a chilli.

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    Recipe by Catherine Salway and Andrea Waters, founders of London's Redemption, an alcohol-free restaurant-bar. 

    You'll find even more non-alcoholic recipes in Redemption Barby Andrea Waters and Catherine Salway, £12.99, Kyle Books 

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