Beat this Summer with These Refreshing Summer Drinks
18th Apr, 2020
Temperatures are starting to take off, leaving everybody feeling exhausted, sweat-soaked and dehydrated. Remaining hydrated is the most significant factor to prop up right now and keep up great wellbeing. Your body will, in general, lose water at a quicker pace because of inordinate sweating. While water is the most extreme significant beverage to extinguish thirst, you can attempt other summery drinks that fulfil your thirst as well as keep your body cool. As we invite summers, let us invigorate and recharge our body with probably the best summer drinks so as to beat the warmth.
Here are some refreshing and healthy summer drinks that you should not pass up.
Strawberry Pineapple Mimosas-
1 and a ½ cups orange juice
1 and a ½ cups pineapple juice1 (750 mL) bottle of chilled sparkling white wine
1/2 cup of finely sliced strawberries
Use a shaker, and mix both orange and pineapple juice.
Pour the mixture into champagne flutes until partly full.
Fill the glasses with chilled wine.
Serve immediately after garnishing with strawberries, if fancied.
2 and a ½ cup softened vanilla bean ice-cream
¼ cup of milk¾ tsp of pure peppermint extract
3 drops of green gel food colouring
Green sanding sugar and whipped cream for serving
In a mixer, make a puree of ice cream, peppermint extract, milk and food colouring.
If coveted, garnish shake with whipped cream and sprinkle some green sanding sugar.
Raspberry Vanilla Soda-
¼ cup of water¼ cup of sugar
1 cup of fresh raspberries
1 tbsp of lemon juice
1 tsp of vanilla extractseltzer waterIce cubes
Take a small pan and set it over medium heat, mix the water, raspberries, and sugar.
Cook for approximately 5 minutes until the mixture is simmering or bubbling away and the sugar is dissolved.
Whisk and cook this mixture for another 5 minutes until the raspberries have simmered down.
Set a fine-mesh sieve over a measuring cup and strain the pan mixture, pressing down on the raspberry batter to remove all the juice.
Pour the lemon juice and vanilla extract, and let this chill in the freezer.
To serve, stuff a glass with ice cubes and add 2-3 tbsp of the raspberry syrup.
Add about a cup of seltzer on top, and serve.
Mango Smoothie -
2 small to medium-sized mangoes
1 cup of fresh yoghurt
3 tbsp of honey or add as needed
⅛ tsp of cinnamon powder or 2-3 pinches of it
Add the chopped mangoes in a blender or mixing jar.