Most Popular Drinks During Ramadan. 12 Amazing Thirst Quenching Drinks

  • Publish date: Sunday، 22 October 2023
Most Popular Drinks During Ramadan. 12 Amazing Thirst Quenching Drinks

During Ramadan (Ramazan), which is a month of fasting observed by Muslims around the world, there are several popular drinks that are commonly consumed before sunrise (Suhoor) and after sunset (Iftar) to help nourish and hydrate the body. Ramadan is expected to begin on the evening of Sunday, March 10, 2024, and conclude on April 8, 2024

Some of the most popular drinks during Ramadan include:

  1. Water: Water is the most essential and commonly consumed drink during Ramadan. Muslims begin and end their fast with a glass of water to keep themselves hydrated.

  2. Dates and Water: Traditionally, the fast is often broken with dates and water, following the example of the Prophet Muhammad. Dates provide a quick source of natural sugars and energy.

  3. Jallab: Jallab is a popular Middle Eastern drink made from dates, grape molasses, and rosewater. It's a sweet and refreshing choice for breaking the fast.

  4. Qamar al-Din: Qamar al-Din is an apricot juice made from dried apricot paste or sheets. It's commonly consumed during Suhoor and Iftar.

  5. Tamarind Juice: Tamarind juice is a sour and sweet drink made from tamarind pulp, sugar, and water. It's a popular choice for breaking the fast.

  6. Rosewater: Rosewater is often used to make a simple, fragrant drink. It can be mixed with water, and sometimes sugar, to make a refreshing beverage.

  7. Lemonade: Lemonade is a popular homemade drink during Ramadan, as it's easy to make and provides a refreshing burst of flavor.

  8. Laban: Laban is a yogurt-based drink, sometimes salted, sometimes sweetened. It's rich in probiotics and can help with digestion.

  9. Aasir: Aasir refers to fresh fruit juices, such as orange juice, pomegranate juice, and other fruit-based drinks. These are a nutritious choice for breaking the fast.

  10. Hibiscus Tea (Karkadeh): Hibiscus tea is a tart and refreshing drink that is also consumed during Ramadan. It can be served hot or cold.

  11. Mint Tea: Mint tea is a common choice for Suhoor and Iftar. It's soothing and aids in digestion.

  12. Sahlab: Sahlab is a hot, creamy drink made from powdered orchid root, milk, and sugar. It's often served as a comforting beverage during the cooler months.

The popularity of these drinks may vary by region and culture, and individuals may have their own preferences when it comes to beverages during Ramadan. These drinks are often accompanied by a variety of foods to help break the fast and provide essential nutrients.

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