Lemonade: 3 refreshing variations to try this summer


Lemonade: 3 refreshing variations to try this summer

Lemonade is one of the most refreshing and popular drinks: we recommend 3 variations to try this summer with the help of your garden.

The image is this: a scorching heat, a wooden kiosk in the street, curious and hopeful children who sell glasses of iced lemonade to passers-by. A few cents in exchange for a moment of break from the heat, a classic of American films.a very refreshing, fresh and fragrant drink; ideal for summerThe lemonade , in fact, is a very refreshing drink, fresh and fragrant. It is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and mineral salts, it is prepared at home with very few ingredients and can always be kept ready in the fridge to enjoy at any time of the day. There are many versions , to which a few tablespoons of granulated sugar are often added to balance the acidity of the lemon. There are also those who prefer it in the nature version without adding anything and who, even, would see a pinch of salt well. What is certain is that lemonade is a drink capable of lowering body temperature and refreshing the mouth after main meals. Some combinations are successful and make lemonade an explosion of taste and freshness.

 

  1. Mint lemonadeFresh mint lemonade . Lemon juice and mint juice are very thirst-quenching, especially when eaten frozen. Better to add a few teaspoons of sugar and use fresh juices instead of syrups or industrial preparations. For an even fresher and more natural result, put a handful of mint leaves to macerate in the lemonade: they will perfume and flavor the drink.
  2. basil lemonadeBasil lemonade . The classic lemonade is ready: you just need to add a few crushed basil leaves and a perfectly filtered and blended cucumber to change it radically. The result is a fresh and aromatic drink, with a great moisturizing action.
  3. citrus lemonadeCitrus lemonade . You can partially replace the amount of lemon juice required by the recipe with that of oranges, mandarins, grapefruits and cedar (in this case it is advisable to add a little sugar).

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