- 6 lemons
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 6 cups cold water
- 30-40 Mint leaves
- ice cubes
When the day is hot and you need refreshment, try this mint lemonade recipe. Lemonade has been the go-to cool drink on hot summer days for a long while. It’s so good at providing relief from the heat that we don’t see the need to replace it, only improve it. This recipe attempts to make the classic lemonade drink twice as refreshing by adding mint, another component used in cool summertime drinks.Enjoy a refreshing glass of cold mint lemonade cocktail post your workout with smart water bottles from Vaya!
Mint, one of the main ingredients in this refreshing drink, has many health benefits. It’s probably why we can find mint in so many products: toothpaste, breath fresheners, inhalers, gum, even lemonade. Regularly consuming this amazing herb can help improve digestion, increase weight loss, relieve nausea, treat headaches, depression, and fatigue. Mint can even help treat asthma symptoms, certain skin care problems, and even prevent memory loss. And of course, let’s not forget, mint is also one of the more potent treatments for halitosis.
How to Make Mint Lemonade
Note: Add more water or ice cubes if the lemonade is too strong.
Mint's scientific name is Mentharequienii.