Refreshing Soursop Juice Recipe – Jamaican Foods and Recipes

This is a refreshing and easy to make Jamaican recipe for soursop juice. The recipe includes ingredients like orange, lime, ginger, honey, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and sugar.

Soursop is a fruit that has been in Jamaica for centuries. It is a tropical plant that grows on the island and produces a sour juice. The juice can be used to make drinks, desserts, and even ice cream.

This easy recipe will teach you how to produce juice of soursop from scratch. You’ll be amazed at how simple it is to prepare.

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Soursop juice is not only delicious, but it is also very nutritious.

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Soursop has grown very popular in recent years as a result of claims that the fruit is anti-cancer.

However, Jamaicans have been eating soursop for a long time.

In Jamaica, we eat the soursop mainly uncooked, but we also use it to create drinks and ice cream.


Soursop juice is made in two methods in Jamaica: one with milk and the other with lime and sugar, which I shall share with you in this article.

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Step 1: Get a ripe soursop; the riper the fruit, the more juicy it will be. Remove the core by peeling it away.

Step 2: Combine the pulp and water in a large mixing basin.

Step 3: Squeeze the pulp using clean hands to get the juice.

Step 4: Strain the juice and pulp from the soursop.

Step 5: Add lime juice and to taste sugar. Set aside to cool.

If you don’t want to use your hands, you can use a blender.

Simply remove the peel and seeds from the soursop, then mix the pulp and core with water in a blender.

I don’t produce soursop juice this way since I don’t like the consistency of blended soursop juice. But you may try it; you might like it.


Soursop has become a superfood in recent years due to its many health advantages.

The fruit of the soursop is high in antioxidants, Vitamin C, and fiber. Its antiviral characteristics aid in the immune system’s recovery.

The leaf and tree roots are used to create a tea that is used to treat colds and flu in Jamaica.

There have been claims that it treats cancer in recent years, but there are no studies to back this up.

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If that isn’t enough to persuade you to try this soursop juice recipe, I should also add how delicious it is.

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There’s no better drink on a hot summer day than a soursop and fresh line juice served over ice cubes.

Time to prepare: 5 minutes

15 minutes to prepare

Drinks for the Course

Jamaican cuisine

4 person servings

calorie count: 75 kcal

  • 1 medium sourdough starter
  • 2 limes, medium If you can’t locate lime, use lemon.
  • four cups of water
  • sugar to taste
  • Remove the soursop’s peel. If the soursop is ripe, it should be easy to eat with your hands.

  • Remove the core and pulp into a big blowtorch.

  • Pour the water over the soursop pulp and press out all of the pulp’s juice into the water.

  • Using a strainer, extract the juice from the soursop pulp. To the juice, add the juice from the three limes.

  • Using the sugar, sweeten to taste. Serve with ice cubes.

Chill the dish and serve it chilled.   

Soursop is a tropical fruit that has long been known to have medicinal properties. The Jamaican soursop juice recipe is a refreshing drink that can be served as a dessert or as a meal. Reference: soursop dessert recipes.

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Una is a food website blogger motivated by her love of cooking and her passion for exploring the connection between food and culture. With an enthusiasm for creating recipes that are simple, seasonal, and international, she has been able to connect with people around the world through her website. Una's recipes are inspired by her travels across Mexico, Portugal, India, Thailand, Australia and China. In each of these countries she has experienced local dishes while learning about the culture as well as gaining insight into how food can be used as a bridge between different cultures. Her recipes are often creative combinations of traditional ingredients from various different cuisines blended together to create something new.