Drink made from Lemon cordial at home | Summer drinks | Zone Syrups

Are you looking for a delicious and refreshing drink to beat the summer heat? Look no further! In this blog post, we will share with you a simple recipe to make a homemade lemon cordial drink using Zone Syrups. With just a few ingredients, you can create a thirst-quenching beverage that will leave you feeling cool and revitalized.

What You'll Need:

1. Zone Lime Juice Cordial

2. Fresh Mint Leaves

3. Ice & Soda

4. Sprite

Step-by-Step Instructions:

1. Start by preparing the lime juice cordial. Dilute 1 part of Zone Lime Juice Cordial with 4 parts of water. Stir well to combine.

2. Take a handful of fresh mint leaves and gently crush them to release their aroma. This will add a refreshing twist to your drink.

3. Fill a glass with ice cubes. Add a few crushed mint leaves on top of the ice.

4. Pour the lime juice cordial over the ice and mint leaves, filling the glass about halfway.

5. Top up the glass with soda, leaving some space at the top.

6. Finally, add a splash of Sprite to give your drink a hint of sweetness and fizz.

7. Stir gently to mix all the ingredients together.

8. Garnish with a sprig of mint leaves and a slice of lemon, if desired.

Enjoy the Refreshing Taste of Summer

Now that your homemade lemon cordial drink is ready, take a sip and let the refreshing flavors transport you to a tropical paradise. The tangy lime juice combined with the cool mint leaves and the fizzy soda creates a delightful blend of flavors that will keep you hydrated and satisfied on hot summer days.

Zone Syrups' Lime Juice Cordial is made from high-quality ingredients, ensuring that you get the best taste and flavor in every sip. Plus, it's easy to customize your drink by adjusting the amount of cordial, soda, and Sprite according to your preference.

So, why settle for store-bought drinks when you can make your own delicious and refreshing lemon cordial at home? Give this recipe a try and enjoy the taste of summer in every sip!

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