Really, all you do to make a smoothie is dump some fruit and some juice into a blender, then press the magic button. It's not that hard and takes maybe five minutes tops. But then, there's the flavor-combination factor -- and this is where Kaldi's reigns supreme: They know what fruit works with what juice and when to add some yogurt and whatnot. They're a bit pricey -- $3.85 for a small, $4.85 for a large -- but you have to pay for quality. Try an Oranga Tangy (orange, raspberry and banana, baby) or a Peaches and Cream (peaches, banana, yogurt, honey, orange juice and a drop of vanilla). Drink it, and within five minutes you've got an energy boost that's not only delicious, but nutritious.