Trewithen Dairy’s delicious Freakshakes recently inspired our friends over at the Eden Project to put their own spin on this dairy phenomenon.
The Cornish attraction launched a pop-up Freakshake bar for half term week, showcasing some of the best local produce and exotic ingredients in shakes such as the Cream Tea, the Red Velvet and, of course, the Eden. Made especially for Eden, this shake is a tropical, frothy mix of banana, pineapple, honey and turmeric, topped with whipped cream, coconut flakes and broken meringue.
James said: “We’ve taken the idea of the Freakshake and given it our own fabulous twist. Yes, we’ve had juices and milkshakes before but nothing quite as ‘wow!’ as this.
“The core of The Eden shake is made up of some really healthy ingredients inspired by the great tropical vibe of the Rainforest Biome.”
James visited Eden ahead of the event to give hospitality team members a masterclass in how to create the perfect Freakshake.
Trewithen Dairy Managing Director Francis Clarke said: “We love to see Trewithen products being used in new and exciting ways. Our milk, cream and yoghurt are totally natural products, whizzed into tasty concoctions to delight Eden’s visitors – what more could you want?”
Andrew Holden, Eden’s Procurement Director, said: “The team at Trewithen Dairy have been supplying Eden’s dairy needs from the day we opened our doors to the public, so to have James help us whip up something as new and exciting as this with their quality milk and cream is a great way to celebrate our lasting relationship.”