- For lemonade tea with mint:
- 30 g fresh mint;
- 0.5 cup sugar;
- 150ml lemonade concentrate;
- 2 bags of black tea;
- 2 lemons.
- For lemon-mint drink with honey:
- 10 leaves of melissa and 10 leaves of mint (or 20 leaves of mint);
- 0.5 lemon;
- honey to taste;
- 1.5 l water.
- For alcoholic cocktail with lemon and mint (ingredients in an arbitrary amount):
- mineral water;
- For a mint drink with lemon and kiwi:
- 1 liter water;
- 25 g mint;
- 1 lemon;
- honey to taste;
- 2 kiwi.
Three cups of water pour into the soteynik and bring to the boil. Then add two tea bags, mint leaves. Remove from heat, cover with lid, put cool for ten minutes. Strain the tea. Add the sugar, mix thoroughly so that all the sugar dissolves. Pour the tea into the jug, add four more glasses of water. Then add the lemonade concentrate, stir. Add lemons sliced with mugs.
Boil 1.5 liters of water. Rinse lemons, melissa and mint. Cut lemons into several pieces, remove the pitted. Add everything to the water and boil for a few minutes. Remove from the heat, cool. Then strain the drink. Add honey and stir. Serve chilled.
Slice the lemon mugs, fold into a carafe or in a jar, add honey to taste. Rinse the mint and narvite with your hands, add to the carafe. Stick the sugar, stir to let the lemon give the juice. Pour everything with warm water and put it in the fridge overnight. Serve chilled, best with ice.
It is a serving drink, each serving is prepared separately. Muddle the mint with a teaspoon of sugar and put in a glass. Slice the lemon, squeeze the juice into a glass and throw the lemon itself in the same place. Fill the martini glass in half, add some cold mineral water, garnish the glass with lemon and mint leaf.
Narvite mint hands. Cut the lemon straight with the peel, the kiwi peel and finely slice. Pour with cold water, stir and put on fire. Bring to the boil, remove from the heat and refrigerate. Strain, add to taste sugar or honey. Serve chilled. In this recipe, other fruits or berries can be used instead of kiwi – oranges, cherries, grapes, etc.