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Ingredients

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3 lime wheels
2 strips of cucumber
few speared strawberry halves
red bull lime edition
ice
white grape juice
crushed mint leaves

Nutritional information

76
calories
21.11 g
carbohydrates
2.5 g
protein
0.44 g
fat
8 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Lime Zinger

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 40 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    With the richness of lime and cucumber, this lime zinger is your perfect choice for this summer as both are coolants and are great for your body along with adding a rich taste to your mocktail. This Mocktail is the ultimate proof that a party can be fun without the inclusion of alcohol. Made with Red bull and white grapefruit juice, it’ll remind you of the sea and sun. With a sweet and tangy taste, this mocktail is bound to become your favorite for every brunch or party you host. This simple and easy recipe is perfect for those summer days when you want to avoid sodas and fizzy drinks.

    Health Benefits:

    • A lime consists of 32% of Vitamin C needed for daily intake. And it consists of magnesium, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin K! The abundance of acid in a lime actually helps clean out your excretory system thus aiding constipation as well.
    • Cucumbers are great for hydration as they contain 96% water in them and meet the daily fluid needs of your body. They also help in lowering blood sugar considerably.
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    How to make Lime Zinger

    • Cut out two round pieces out of cucumber and cut out three lime wheels from the lemon and keep them aside.
    • In a glass add 1 part of white grapefruit juice and add four parts of Red Bull lime edition to it and mix well so that the mixture blends well.
    • Add 2 strips of cucumber strips and 3 lime wheels to the mixture and stir well.
    • Top it off with ice cubes and for garnishing, add speared strawberry halves and crushed mint leaves.
    • Enjoy your zinger!

    Trivia:

    • Wild limes were apparently first grown in Southeast Asia or Indonesia. The Arab traders carried lime trees from Asia to and introduced them to the country of Egypt and North Africa as well!
    • Christopher Columbus on his second voyage in the year 1493 took the citrus seeds to the West Indies and soon these trees were grown everywhere in Mexico and Florida as well.
    • Limes have fellow species called Key lime, Persian Lime, dessert lime and kaffir lime!

    Mansi Singh

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