Jewish Journal

One Israeli creation for the weekend

By Noga Gur-Arieh

October 4, 2013 | 12:18 pm

Limonana/ Wikipedia

Limonana is a cold Israeli beverage, and an ideal summer afternoon delight! Its name is a combination of "Limon," which is "Lemon" in Hebrew, and "Nana," which is a type of Spearmint leaves.

Summer is almost over, which means now is the perfect time to enjoy a refreshing cup of Limonana, right before we put our shorts and bathing suits back in storage… All you need is lemons, mint (nana) leaves, water, ice (you can grind it to improve the taste) and sugar. Much like lemonade, only so much better!

A suggested recipe:

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