Jallab: A traditional Middle Eastern drink made from dates, grape molasses, and rose water. Jallab is a sweet and refreshing beverage that’s perfect for breaking the fast.
Rose milk: A sweet and fragrant drink made by combining rose syrup with milk. It’s a popular Ramadan beverage in India and Pakistan.
Tamarind juice: Tamarind juice is a tangy and refreshing drink made from tamarind fruit, sugar, and water. It’s a popular Ramadan beverage in many parts of the world.
Lemonade: Lemonade is a refreshing and hydrating drink that’s perfect for breaking the fast. You can make it with fresh lemons, sugar, and water, or you can buy pre-made lemonade.
Qamar al-Din: A sweet apricot drink that’s popular in the Middle East during Ramadan. It’s made by soaking dried apricots in water and then blending them into a smooth drink.
Laban: A savory yogurt drink which is made by combining yogurt, water, and salt, and it’s often served cold with mint or cucumber.
These are just a few examples of the many Ramadan beverages that are enjoyed around the world. Be sure to experiment and try new things to find your favorite Ramadan beverage!