7 Monsoon Drink Recipes to Stay Warm and Healthy this Season Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

7 Monsoon Drink Recipes to Stay Warm and Healthy this Season


Monsoon season is at its peak, no matter how beautiful it looks outside we all know that monsoon invites a lot of diseases and of course viral fever. Sometimes you might catch the viral because of the windy and cold weather outside while other times you might have got drenched in the mighty rains. Well don’t worry to keep you warm and healthy this monsoon, we have brought to you 7 amazing monsoon drinks. The drinks below mentioned might be regular beverages for many of the readers but this article reminds and gives you ideas to remember for whenever you feel cold! 

Here are 7 monsoon drink recipes to stay warm and healthy this season 

1. Chai – A boon for monsoon 

Chai - A boon for monsoon Serve in Beautiful Kulhad | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

People often claim that “good things come in little packages,” but perhaps they overlooked the fact that they might also come in cups. So, how about having a little fun while listening to a Bollywood song, enjoying the breeze on your face, and holding a cup of adrak elaichi tea? Sounds wonderful! Add your tea leaves, an inch or more of grated ginger, a couple of elaichi pods, and some milk that has been brought to a boil. Pour the chai into the cup, enjoy it hot, and perhaps fry some pakodas as well to enjoy the monsoon to its fullest. To make the Chai more beneficial you can also add honey to it instead of sugar.  

2. Black coffee 

Black coffee with black beans | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

When coffee is present, nothing goes wrong. Even if you have a few deadlines that are due in 30 minutes, your cup of coffee may help you fall in love all over again and everything will fall into place. You can make instant coffee with a packet, if you like it sweet add honey to it and some hot water without having to go all out like a barista. And your healthy yet tasty black coffee is ready!  

3. Peppermint tea 

Peppermint tea | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

Though they appear to be two distinct terms, freshness and peppermint are really synonyms. If you’ve been experiencing a lot of stress and strain, a cup of peppermint tea will help you relax and get your energy back so you can focus on your job and be as productive as possible. Tea is ready when it reaches the last few boils after being prepared as usual with the addition of a few peppermint leaf strands. Sip! 

4. Apple to the rescue 

Apple to the rescue | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

Apple Delight is here to captivate you if you enjoy exotic fruits. If you’re on vacation and just want to relax with some salad and a decent movie, this drink will only enhance your wonderful day off. Star or regular apples should be peeled and sliced before being placed in a mixer to produce a fine juice. Although you may drink it right away, it tastes great with some raisins and lemon juice. 

5. Kesar and Haldi 

Kesar and Haldi | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

Is it already night and you just finished your workday so you can curl up under a blanket? Then all you need right now is Kesar doodh to instantly plunge deeply into the land of dreams. Boil some milk, then stir in around three strands of Kesar and haldi as well as a few spoonfuls of sugar. You will adore the flavour, and most importantly, it will improve your sleep. Additionally, you have the benefit of the rainy season. What more do you need? 

6. Badam ka Doodh 

Badam ka Doodh | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

Add a stick of cinnamon, some maple syrup, and a little amount of nutmeg powder to some almond milk. Turn off the flame after bringing it to a boil and letting the gentle, spicy perfume permeate your kitchen. Place it in cups and savour the flavour. 

7. Ginger tea 

Ginger tea | Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

On a chilly, wet evening, a dash of ginger may give you a ton of energy and help you unclog your congested mind. Everyone always prefers the traditional ginger tea made simply from boiling tea leaves with a decent amount of ginger and serving it hot and fresh. Ginger tea is your call to the kitchen if you need a boost while it is raining. 

These were some of the recipes you need to try on a rainy day when you feel like getting all the warmth in the world.

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