Top 10 India Beverages List :

  1. Lassi :

lassi, a creamy, frothy yogurt-based drink, blended with water and various fruits or seasonings (such as salt or sugar), that originated in Punjab, India. ... Traditionally, lassi is served in a handleless clay cup called a kulhar, and extra malai (clotted cream) may be spooned on top before serving.




2. Nimbu Pani :

It flushes out all the toxins and impurities that can build up in the body leaving you refreshed. -It helps fight against heat stroke and also is a rich source of vitamin C therefore boosting immunity. -It has immense benefits for the skin as it helps keep wrinkles and acne at bay.



3. Chai :

Chai is steeped in a rich history. But the traditional ingredients of a spiced tea blend usually include black tea mixed with strong spices, like cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, ginger and black peppercorns. The spiced tea mixture is typically brewed strong with milk and sweetened with sugar or honey.



4. Thandai :

Thandai is an Indian cold drink prepared with a mixture of almonds, fennel seeds, watermelon kernels, rose petals, pepper, poppy seeds, cardamom, saffron, milk and sugar. It is native to India and is often associated with the Maha Shivaratri and Holi or Holla mahalla festival.



5. Mango Lassi :

Mango lassi is a delicious creamy drink with mango, yogurt, milk, a little sugar, and a sprinkling of cardamom. It's cool and refreshing on a hot day.




6. Darjeeling :

Darjeeling tea is a tea made from Camellia sinensis var.sinensis that is grown and processed in the Darjeeling or Kalimpong Districts in West Bengal, India.




7. Kokum Sharbat :

Drinking Kokum juice helps to expel heat, reduce acidity and relieve sunstroke. Kokum juice also helps manage the blood sugar levels by increasing insulin secretion due to its anti-diabetic and antioxidant properties.




8. Falooda :

A falooda is an Indian version of a cold dessert made with noodles. It has origins in the Persian dish faloodeh, variants of which are found across West, Central, and South Asia. Traditionally it is made by mixing rose syrup, vermicelli, and sweet basil seeds with milk, often served with ice cream.





9. Fenny :

it is a traditional alcohol distilled from the fermented juice of cashew apples. According to medical experts, it is free from organic or artificial flavours and thus safe to drink. The name 'Feni' is derived from the Sanskrit word 'phena' which describes froth.




 

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