Let us check out some traditional Ramadan drinks that will keep you refreshed and hydrated throughout the day for the Non-Muslims, who do not fast they can eat and drink in a private place.
The Jallab is a drink made with dates, grape molasses and rose water. A traditional drink and is very popular in countries like Syria, Lebanon and Jordan.
2. Tamar Hindi
Tamar Hindi is another cool refreshing drink that you can try during this period. It is prepared by soaking tamarinds in water and later shifting it. The drink is then sweetened and served chilled.
This milky drink is popular in Egypt and some parts of Saudi Arabia where it is dyed red. It is particularly favoured by the kids due to its sweet flavour. Made with rice, milk, coconut powder and sugar it is one of the most nutritious drinks that you can have after fasting all day.
More like a fruit salad than a drink, the Khoshaf too is very popular. This delicacy consists of apricots, dried fruits, plums, figs, etc. all boiled together and sweetened. Khoshaf is also flavoured with rose water to heighten the experience.
The Karkade is hibiscus tea consumed mostly in Sudan and Egypt. However, during Ramadan, it is enjoyed all over the world.