FREEVILLE, NY - That Indian Drink, producer of traditional Indian yogurt smothie drinks known as

lassi, has announced a daylong event with co-founder Chef Ipshita Pall to celebrate its recent launch

in the ShopRite chain of supermarkets. The event will take place Sunday, October 19 at the ShopRite

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of Greater Morristown, NJ, located at 178 Hanover Ave. in Cedar Knolls.

 

The event is free and open to the public, and guests will have the opportunity to taste all three

avors - Alphonso Mango Lassi, Raspberry Cinnamon Lassi, and Blueberry Cardamom lassi - of That

Indian Drink between 10am and 2pm. Additionally, Chef Pall will give two cooking demonstrations in

the Shoprite Culinary Center. Cooking demos will take place at 10am and 1pm, and will feature

pancake recipes and a vinaigrette recipe, respectively. That Indian Drink’s three delicious lassi avors

will serve as primary ingredients in each dish. Chef Pall will be on site all day to meet guests and

share her culinary journey and the story of That Indian Drink.

 

Admission is free and open to the public. In addition to tastings and demos by Chef Pall, guests will

have the opportunity to win an entire mixed case of That Indian Drink by participating in a social

media contest. Says Chef Pall, “We are thrilled to debut That Indian Drink in the ShopRite family of

stores, and we hope that you can join us on October 19 to taste what happens when yogurt ditches

spoon, marries fruit, and spices it up.”

 

About That Indian Drink

That Indian Drink is chef-crafted, small-batch lassi: a traditional Indian yogurt drink. Founded by the

husband-and-wife team of Amrit Singh and Chef Ipshita Pall, That Indian Drink is family-owned and

committed to sourcing only the best ingredients available. Each unique avor features house-made

yogurt and a special fruit and spice blend, which cooks for eight hours to ensure the richest avor.

The three avors of That Indian Drink currently available are Raspberry Cinnamon Lassi, Blueberry

Cardamom Lassi, and Alphonso Mango Lassi. Best of all, That Indian Drink is preservative and

additive-free, so you can feel great about drinking it!