5 Homemade Lebanese Drinks To Keep Yourself Refreshed In This Summer Heat

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As the summer sun radiates its scorching heat, there’s nothing quite like a glass of homemade drinks to refresh the body and soul.

These drinks will definitely be a relief from the Lebanese summer heat.


Jallab, a timeless classic, combines date syrup, grape molasses, and rose water. Served with crushed ice, the drink’s unique blend balances sweet and tangy flavors, evoking nostalgia for your past and cherished childhood moments.

Tamarind (or Tamr Hindi)

Tamarind juice, known locally as “Tamr Hindi,” offers a tangy twist to beat the summer heat. Made from tamarind pulp, water, and a sprinkle of sugar, this refreshing drink awakens the taste buds with its zesty flavor.

Mulberry Sherbet

As summer unfolds, Lebanon’s mulberry trees offer a bountiful harvest of juicy, dark berries. The fruits’ delightful sweetness and rich color inspire the creation of mulberry sherbet, combining freshly picked mulberries, sugar, and water.

Mint Iced Tea

Mint iced tea is a refreshing blend of fresh mint leaves and black tea, perfect for beating the heat during hot afternoons. As the tea steeps in boiling water, the flavors of mint infuse into the drink, creating a cool and comforting beverage. Served over ice, this delightful concoction will revitalize you with every sip.

Lemonade with a Twist

Classic lemonade takes on a Lebanese twist with the addition of orange blossom water. This vibrant concoction of freshly squeezed lemon juice, sugar, and a splash of orange blossom water offers a cool and invigorating experience for the senses.

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