Surely many of you know that during long work or study sessions the body needs to be continuously hydrated properly to work at its best, and many times even an energizing boost is welcome because it allows us to maintain high concentration while fighting fatigue.
Obviously, the undisputed leaders in terms of hydration and energy are usually always water and coffee, but this time we liked to talk and introduce you to some alternative and slightly more delicious drinks that will certainly surprise you positively, especially in summer.
Cold green tea with fresh mint
A cold and refreshing green tea, enlivened by fresh mint and cold brewed.
Prepare the cold brew by placing the loose green tea, fresh mint, and cold water in a pitcher or glass container.
Cover the jug and refrigerate for at least hours.
Filter the residues and pour the tea into a cup with ice.
If you wish, sweeten with simple sugar syrup (half water and half sugar).
Delicate iced coffee on the rocks by Nespresso.
Immerse yourself in summer with this sparkling, floral and citrusy recipe.
In a shaker pour 40 ml of coffee on a cube of
ice and 15 ml of Monin vanilla syrup.
Close the lid and shake vigorously.
Add 4 ice cubes (30g each) and a slice of lemon to the glass.
Pour in 10 ml of fresh lemon juice.
Pour in 100 ml of water and mix gently.
Serve the shaken cold coffee.
Easy to make and very refreshing, this iced version of traditional matcha green tea is made using the cold brew technique and is perfect for matcha purists.
Pour 3/4 of a cup of cold water.
If you have filtered water it is definitely better to bring out the flavor of the matcha to the maximum.
In a shaker, add the cold water followed by a teaspoon of matcha.
Shake vigorously for about 10-20 seconds.
In the glass of ice water, pour the cold matcha tea.
Stir it lightly to make sure the matcha is well incorporated into the cold water and is ready to serve!
QUENCH WITH LEMON AND COCONUT LIME
Coconut water is the pinnacle of rehydrating drinks, some even call it nature's Gatorade.
It is rich in vitamins and minerals, low in sugar and also works great as a thirst quencher on hot summer days.
Add 2 tablespoons of lemon juice and 2 tablespoons of lime juice to a blender.
Add 1/2 cups of coconut water, 1/2 cups of water, a tablespoon of honey, a pinch of grated ginger and sea salt to taste.
The drink is ready to serve.
You can keep it in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
The Arnold Palmer cocktail is a summer non-alcoholic classic, made very simply by mixing iced tea, lemon and sugar syrup.
Legend has it that it is the cocktail, indeed the favorite drink of the legendary golfer Arnold Palmer, an American idol of the 80s.
Prepare a shaker and glass filled with ice.
Put 6 cl of fresh lemon juice, 9 cl of tea, 3 cl of sugar syrup in the shaker.
Shake everything and pour into the glass.