Mint Flavoured Amla Juice

An yellowish green Indian goose berry is called as Amla. The name amla is derived from Hindi. It has unique taste starts with sour and bitter and ends with sweet while eating. Due to it's vitamin content (high in vitamin C) and nutritious factor, it is also called as poor men's apple.

We mostly use this Amla to prepare pickles, juices, rice and sometimes for hair oil at our home. My mom prepares amla pickle whenever we harvest bundle of amlas from our fields and she also sends a bag to me. I usually prepare juice using them and this time added mint for flavour. This refreshing juice is good to drink without sugar. but for those who don't like the bitter taste of it, can add sugar to adjust the bitterness.

Basic Information:
Preparation Time: < 15 minutes
Serves: 2

Amla - 4 nos
Mint leaves - 5-8 leaves
Sugar - 1 tablespoon / to taste
Cold water - 1 and 1/2 cups


1) Wash Amla and mint leaves. Chop them into small pieces.
2) Put the chopped pieces into the mixer and blend it by adding 1/4 cup of water.
3) Filter only the juice from it.
4) Add sugar and remaining cup of cold water. Mix well till sugar dilutes in the juice.
5) Pour in glasses and serve chill.

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awesome..will surely try the color too

very refreshing juice !! beautiful color !!

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Looks so cool....nice idea and beautiful colour and click!

Such a refreshing and flavorful juice... Nice color...

a wonderful thirst quencher, looks truly refreshing...nice clicks..

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amla juice looks refreshing delicious drink

its very soothing one...and good for health too

i love this juice...truly a thirst quencher...lovely green...slurpppppppppp


WOw..dat looks so the colour..havent ried this combo..:)


Nice combo and must be very refreshing..

Hi.. looks so nice.. Just a sugg: Change the angle of the pic, keep the camera in level with the glass and take.. Click will be perfect :)

Dear Anonymous, Thanks a lot for your suggestion. Will apply on my next click. BTW you can mention your name when u give a useful suggestion.


I really don't like amla, but your pics are tempting me to try out this juice...beautiful clicks

Looks wonderful. Keep rocking. You have a nice space.

Healthy juice & lovely colour..

Uma,I always bought Quaker quick cooking oats & used for all type of cooking!!Hope it will helpful for u...

Hi Uma, I came here through EC's blog. Nice recipes u have here. Loved this juice..Happy blogging :)

Thanks All. Your comments are my energy boosters. @Menaga, Thanks. I tried your dish with porridge oats what I have. It came up with little messy but tha taste was awesome. Thanks again. will try with Quaker next time. :-)

wonderful colour and refreshing drink

This is a perfect summer drink, powered with good vitamins it.

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Beautiful color and so refreshing!

Perfect and healthy drink..refreshing.

Such a refreshing & healthy drink!!! Welcome to the world of food blogging...:) Happy to follow u Uma & keep rocking..!!! Lovely clicks btw..:)
Prathima Rao
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Wow.. amla juice is supposed to be a very healthy drink. Is it not? I have to try this. I love the presentation :D

Never had but loving the sound if it! Beautifully clicked n presented!
US Masala

i 've been luking 4 this recipe for the past days when the amla season starts....n yeah, i've got it from here...sure gonna try it.....thnx for sharing Uma n not forget to thank u for visiting my site n dropping a comment...thnx..-
Meena's Kitchen

Hey akka,

Awesome blog! Very useful for starters like me :) Actually I'm a bit lazy. Can u suggest a way to preserve this as a syrup that I can just add water to and drink?

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