Egypt popular drinks

1. Mowz bil-Laban (Banana with Milk):

Is a sweet and creamy combination of ripe banana, honey and ( milk ). The honey brings its subtle flavor that compliments the smoothness of banana while milk brings down its excess thickness, making its more savory.

2. Manga (Mango):

Like many Colombian drinks, this Mango Juice can be made with milk or with just water. Both ways are wonderfully refreshing and very easy to make.

3. farawla (Strawberry):

Is a refreshing fresh fruit juice that is full of vitamin C and antioxidants and lot of invigoration flavor. Apart from fresh and ripe strawberries, this recipe also uses lime juice to make it tantalizing.

4. Qasab(Sugarcane Juice):

A glass of chilled sugarcane juice not only quenches our thirst but also invigorates us. Given its popularity to beat the heat, it is no surprise that India is one of the leading producers of sugarcane. It is called by many different names depending on the local language, but the humble sugarcane brings peace to every parched soul. Loaded with abundant carbohydrates, proteins, minerals like calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, and potassium, and vitamins A, B-complex, and C, sugarcane juice also keeps you in good shape.

3. Tamrhindi (Tamarind Juice):

The tamarind pod is of an earthy brown colour and has a very raw tangy flavour. This can be used to prepare tamarind juice which has numerous health benefits. This is used widely as a spice in the local cuisines of Latin America, Asia, and the Caribbean islands. Tamarind juice can also be used as a flavoring agent. This contains Vitamin B, carotenes, Vitamin C, potassium and magnesium.

4. Sobia (Coconut with Milk):

6. Cantaloupe Juice:

6. Shai (Egyptian Tea):

Is defined by the way tea is made and consumed, by the way the people interact with tea, and by the aesthetics surrounding tea drinking. It includes aspects of tea production, tea brewing, tea arts and ceremony, society, history, health, ethics, education, and communication and media issues.