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Refreshing Drinks

Refreshing Drinks

Water is the best thirst quencher, but sometimes we want a little bit extra in terms of variety of flavour. Delicious fruit juice juices or tea-based drinks provide refreshing alternatives to regular drinks. We share with you mouth-watering drinks which guarantee something for everybody as occasional flavoursome highlights. 

Mouth watering water based drinks, tea and juices 

Unsweetened fruit infusions or herbal teas are also ideal thirst-quenchers. These drinks have the advantage of providing you hydration with varied refreshing flavours.

Fruit juices taste delicious and provide vitamins,minerals and phytonutrients. However, they also contain calories in the form of natural fructose or added sugar. For that special freshness kick, and to save calories, it is recommended that you mix the juices with water or go for unsweetened /100 % fruit juices.

Are you looking for recipe ideas for refreshing drinks? Our drink recommendations can be occasionally enjoyed in the place of traditional thirst quenchers such as water and the like. They are delicious alternatives and bring a bit of excitement to your daily drinking habits.

Do you love the taste of jaljeera?

Here is the recipe:

JALJEERA (Spicy Lemon Drink) 
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  • Preparation TimePreparation Time :15 Mins
  • Preparation TimeServes : 6

Water 1 litre, chilled
Sugar, powdered 125 g
Fresh Lemon Juice 5-6 tbsp. (50 ml)
Salt 2 tsp.
Mint Leaves (15-20, ground to a paste) or Mint Paste (1 tbsp)
Roasted Cumin Powder 1-½ tsp

1. Dissolve sugar in 1 litre water.
2. Mix in the lemon juice, salt, mint paste and cumin powder.
3. Leave it to chill further or serve with ice cubes.

People on a weight loss diet can use sugar free instead of sugar or have just with salt.
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  • Preparation TimePreparation Time :5 Mins
  • Preparation TimeCooking Time : No cooking
  • Preparation TimeServes : 2

Soda (chilled) 300 ml (2 cups)
Mango squash 4 tbsp
Orange squash 4 tbsp
Sugar, powdered 4 tsp
Lemon juice 2 tsp
Ginger juice 2 tsp

1. Mix together the squashes, lemon juice, ginger juice and powdered sugar.
2. Divide equally into two glasses.
3. Add chilled soda and serve immediately.
Note : Ginger juice is prepared by grating the ginger and then squeezing it in a lemon squeezer.

Mix 2-3 tbsp of orange squash with ½ cup water and some mint leaves. Set it for freezing in an ice tray and use these colourful cubes to serve the punch.