‘˜It’s feeling hot, hot, hot.’ We all remember this song, don’t we? Well, its summer time and the temperatures have risen to an all time high.
‘It’s feeling hot, hot, hot.’ We all remember this song, don’t we? Well, its summer time and the temperatures have risen to an all time high. So does one know how to beat the heat? Do you know how to feel cool in this super duper summer season? Well, here are few cool drinks to hang out with during this searing season:
Nimboo Pani (Lemon juice)
We all must have had Lemonade after a tiring day but here’s one drink which has an Indian twist! Otherwise called as ‘nimboo pani’, this lemonade drink has a bit of sweet and sour taste to it which tastes great when had chilled.
Mango Lassi (yoghurt drink)
Another sweet drink that could thwart away the exhaustion caused by the scorching heat. Mango Lassi is the perfect cooler on a hot day. With the ingredients of mango in it, this yogurt drink is the best solution on a hot day. For best results, one can add extra sweetness to it (if you like) with sugar or honey.
Masala Chaas (Buttermilk)
Instead of spending time on those unhealthy aerated drinks, one can use a better option that is healthy too and fits the pockets. Masala Chaas or better called as ‘buttermilk, this drink is best enjoyed after or during a meal. Not only it helps in digestion but also provides soothing during this summer season.
A North-Indian drink which is made especially during the summer season. This thirst-quencher is tasty and cooling and can be a perfect drink to solve the high temperature bug. This drink basically involves milk and kesar and other nuts as well.
Another Indian homemade drink, which includes almonds, kesar and nuts too, ‘badam milk’ is a cooling appetiser that is best made for the summer season. Badam milk may be a cooling option but it can also pack a mighty nutritious punch too!
Well, the above drinks are specially incorporated in India and with the summer season setting in, try out these cool and chilled drinks to aid you during the searing temperatures.