Manna in the sky – yes, that is a direct translation of the Latvian “debesmanna”. Or you would call it Manna from the Heaven too. Because it tastes heavenly, sweet-and-sour and refreshing in a hot summer day! This recipe is pretty old and is mentioned in a cookbook with recipes of the early 20th century. And luckily, it’s still made in several Northern European cultures. My grandmother made it with garden berries in season, often blackcurrants which give a pretty bright and concentrated flavour, so the mousse made by them tastes good with milk. You can use pureed apples for milder taste. The mousse has a soft and creamy texture after whipping, so it tastes great eaten immediately as well as after chilling when it becomes thicken. Beware, it’s addictive!