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Cool Drinks For Hot Summers

Updated on April 29, 2017

In hot summers, everyone needs chilled refreshing drinks. These drinks refreshes and energises you.

So, some of the home made drinks absolutely perfect for hot summers are:-

Papaya Drink

Ingredients are as follows:-

  • Slices of papaya- 1 tea cup
  • Grated coconut- 1 tablespoon
  • Few pieces of Orange
  • Papaya balls for garnishing (balls taken out with the help of scoop)
  • Fresh cream

Steps for making Papaya Drink:-

  1. Pour all the ingredients in the blender and blend them properly. If needed according to your choice add sugar to it.
  2. Pour the drink into a glass. Add papaya balls over it and fresh cream for garnishing and then serve it chilled.

Fruity Ice Cocktail

Ingredients are as follows:-

  • Fruits ( Strawberry, black grapes, pineapple, banana etc.)- 1 tea cup
  • Sugar Syrup- 2 tablespoon
  • Lemon juice- 2 tablespoon
  • Crushed ice- 1 tea cup
  • Pineapple slices ( for garnishing)

Steps for making Fruity Ice cocktail:-

  1. Put all your favorite fruits slices, sugar syrup, lemon juice and crushed ice into the blender and blend it properly.
  2. Pour the juice in a glass and add pineapple slices over it and then serve it chilled.

Fruity ice cocktail with different fruits

Fruity Soda Drink

Ingredients are as follows:-

  • Chopped 4-5 mint leaves
  • Sugar- 1 tea spoon
  • Orange squash- 2 tea spoon
  • Lemon Squash- 1 table spoon
  • Ice cubes
  • Mint leaves ( for garnishing)

Step for making Fruity Soda drink:-

  1. Put mint leaves and sugar in a glass, crush and mix them properly.
  2. Add lemon squash and orange squash in the glass over crushed mint leaves and sugar mixture.
  3. Then add ice cubes over it and add soda over it.
  4. The fruity soda drink is ready, add mint leaves for garnishing and serve it chilled.

Tasty Guava Drink

Ingredients are as follows:-

  • Guava- ( 8 guava)
  • Sugar syrup
  • Lemon juice- 4 table spoon
  • Light pink edible color- 1 drop
  • Ice cubes
  • Lemonade for pouring over the drink

Steps for making Tasty guava drink:-

  1. Peel off the guava and cut it into slightly bigger pieces.
  2. Take the pieces of guava and mix water and blend into the blender. Filter the mixture.
  3. Add sugar syrup and edible pink color to the guava pulp.
  4. Now, keep the mixture in some bottle and preserve it.
  5. Whenever you want to drink it, Take out 1 tablespoon of mixture and put in glass and add lemonade to it.
  6. Add ice cubes over it. Serve it chilled.

Mint And Fruity Ice Cubes

  • In summers, ice cubes is the most important thing we need for preparing drink. For this, put mint leaves in ice tray and prepare ice cubes. These ice cubes will not only look beautiful but also add flavors to your drink which would make the drink more tasty.
  • Many times, its seen that kids don't like eating fruits. Now there i suggest you some magical tricks which can be fun eating for kids. Put different colorful fruits in the ice tray like strawberry, black grapes, water melon, kiwi. The colorful presentation of these colorful fruity ice cubes will be eye catching and kids will have fun eating these fruits.
  • Nowadays, ice tray are also available in different shapes like heart, star etc. and for better presentation of your drink you can use colorful straw in place of white simple straws.

Mint and Fruity Ice cubes

Serving Style Increases the Taste And Look

  • In summer drinks, Aam ka pana ( drink made from mango) is quite famous. When you are going to serve this drink if you add boondi or bundi ( snack food made from gram flour) over the drink and then serve, it adds flavor and look to the drink.

  • Mango shake is one of the most favorite drinks in summer season. If you add slices of apple, black grapes or any of your favorite fruits on the top of the drink, then not only it will add taste but also looks much more exotic.

  • Lassi, one of the best drink in hot summers. The drink is served in kulhads (pot or cup made by mud) but as it is not easily available, another option is you can buy cups which are having exactly same look as kulhad and serve lassi in these cups and add rose petals over it. You can also serve chanch, lassi, almond milk in thses cups.


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