September 15th, 2009 103 Comments


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Calamansi Juice with Syrup


5 calamansi, cut into halves
Syrup, made with sugar and water


Squeeze the juice into a glass. Add syrup, water, ice and stir well. Serve cold.

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  2. perutbuncit says:

    Wow, the limau kasturi (calamansi) look gorgeous.
    Mamak, limau ais satu! hehe

  3. jane says:

    Im in Calgary, Canada. Is there someone who knows where I can buy a Calamansi/ Calamondin tree or any in Canada? I was searching and I found this posts. Maybe someone can help me look for it. Thanks so much! I really wanted to plant this one rather buying it frozen or fresh that is so expensive.

  4. Rebecca Lee says:

    话梅 +limau kasturi + syrup + ice is the best drink !! My daughter’s favorite !! 话梅 is sold in packet of dried salted plums from China !! Mostly pregnant women eat this !! Jane, plant yours with the seed if you can’t find the plant !! Please, not the seeds of the frozen limau kasturi !!

  5. Jeremy says:

    Hey there, just wondering– on my latest trip to Malaysia, I drank this everyday, but sometimes (mostly in KL, but not Kuching) it had a faint bit unmistakeable hint of saltiness to it, and this little brownish nugget at the bottom if the glass. Was that some sort if dried plum or tamarind or something? It was amazing, but I can’t find any info about it in English. I guess it doesn’t matter, because I’d be shocked to see calamansis anywhere near New England or New York, so I’ll never get to make this at home…

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