Walsall, West Midlands (PRWEB UK) 13 October 2011
The championships are now in their third year and provide recognition of the industry’s most creative and talented smoothie creators; with this year’s winner being Silvie Parcot from Crussh .
After knocking out defending champion Vimal DePala from Shaketastic in the first heat, Silvie went on to beat Oliver Wilson-Fish, co-owner of Lancaster-based Juicafe, and Daniel Gentely, owner of Elephant Juice Bar in EC1, to win the title of the country’s finest.
Silvie’s winning creation was a ‘Pomegranate Passion Pleasure’ smoothie which combined pomegranate, banana, mango, pineapple, pineapple juice, passion fruit and yogurt, all of which was blended in less than 14 seconds in the Vitamix Quiet One Blender!
The Quiet One, provided by Magrini, is the latest addition to their Vitamix Blenders range, and has an innovative door seal design and floating technology that provides unrivaled sound reduction. Ideal for juice bars, cafes and sandwich bars, the blender looks sleek and attractive, and works quietly and efficiently too; which has made it the perfect prize for Silvie who works at the Crussh chain of juice bars.
For Magrini it has been another successful year of sponsoring the event, with Magrini’s marketing manager, Amanda Grove saying of their partnership with the event “The British Smoothie Championships and lunch! have become such important dates in the calendar for the industry and Magrini are thrilled and honoured to be part of them both”