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3 tropical summer juice recipes that channel serious beach vibes


vegetable juice recipesEverything about Tacombi’s New York restaurants, from Montauk’s La Brisa to Fonda Nolita and Cafe El Presidente in Manhattan, screams summer. That includes ridiculously delicious catch-of-the-day tacos and sunny design elements—and at Cafe El Presidente, a juice bar with blends inspired by south-of-the-border beach cuisine.

More reading: Beach Greens: Montauk gets its first cold-pressed juice bar

“Mexico is a tropical country with fresh fruit juice stands everywhere. There’s an enormous diversity drawing from shamanic herbal traditions and local produce,” says founder Dario Wolos. “Our recipes are drawn from some of our favorite stands in Condesa DF [in Mexico City], Tulum, and Oaxaca.”

More reading: How NYC chefs are upgrading your Mexican food in a totally healthy way

And just in case you don’t have a minute to pop in for one (or jet to Mexico) this summer, you can whip up these three fresh, colorful juices at home on a 90-degree day and practice pronouncing “vamos a la playa” for another time. —Lisa Elaine Held

juice recipes

Verde
2 leaves kale
1 apple
2 stalks celery
1 large chunk pineapple
3 sprigs mint
1 lime, peeled

Purpura
1 beet
5 strawberries
1 one-inch piece ginger
1 orange, peeled

Naranja
2 large chunks papaya
1 carrot, peeled
1 large chunk pineapple
1 orange, peeled

Instructions are the same for all of three recipes: juice the ingredients, pour, and enjoy!

For more information, visit www.tacombi.com

(Photos: Tacombi)