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Bon appétit avec Orangina

Orangina

Flashbacks from holidays, mouthwatering taste buds, sunshine, shake the pulp… Most of you have wonderful memories of Orangina!

On a Tuesday I was invited to come to the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam. Not knowing what to expect made me very curious (The invitation said guests would be surprised with a creative lunch & Orangina). Arriving at the place a food truck was in front of a cozy Bistro. This must be it!

 

Orangina

© Danielle Martens

 

The atmosphere of the place for this lunch was well thought and I loved the French Music. I was very excited about all the surprises that would be served in this cozy French Bistro. The whole afternoon was such a pleasure for my eyes and taste buds.

The Tasty Inspirations:

We started with an Orangina Smoothy served in a flute, combined with yogurt and Grand Marnier. This was for sure a good start. Then for starters, a Coquille served with a foam of Orangina, crispy Fukaki, and a fennelcrème. Then the lovely hostess came with the main course, Duck breast with Orangina-cranberry sauce. This was outstanding! A super good combination. And the last surprise was an eyecatcher: Bavarois made from Orangina, it looked like an art piece with all the decorations that went with it, golden chocolate, purple flower, crisps and crumble. This lunch was a true inspiration to have Orangina combined with food.

Orangina

© Danielle Martens

What is your favorite Orangina – Shake the pulp time?

Daniëlle Martens

Daniëlle Martens

Event manager Adults at expatsHaarlem
Daniëlle is a proud Dutch woman, always expressing her heritage wherever she goes. Originally from the South of the Netherlands, Limburg, she has been living in Haarlem for 2 years. Beforehand, she traveled to Bournemouth, UK to work and study NVQ Hospitality for one and a half years. Daniëlle enjoys swimming, gardening, spending time with family and making sure people are enjoying the best of life.
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