The best remedy for scorching hot weather is a tall glass of something ice cold. You might not immediately think of coffee or tea in the summer, but you'll find plenty of ways to serve them up nicely chilled.
A simple iced coffee recipe, heavy on the milk. A quick iced coffee recipe is very handy in the summer. No reason to go without your coffee just because the heat is up.
A creamy iced tea, with some spicy hints. An iced tea recipe for all chai fans. Only a couple of spices, but enough to make a delicious impact.
Lemons, sugar and water. The most simple lemonade recipe, and yet so refreshing. Your drinks don't have to be complicated to be refreshing. Make up a jug today, and relax on the patio.
Add the cinnamon before brewing to give this recipe spicy touch. You'll need to stir well to blend in the caramel syrup.
A sparkling iced tea, flavoured with jasmine and brown sugar syrup. A change from the ordinary, with a sweet and floral flavour.
A very smooth recipe for an iced chai coffee. The spiciness of chai isn't only for tea, you know. It's a simple blend that won't take you forever to put together. Spice up your coffee today.
Fresh ginger gives traditional lemonade a new flavour. Be careful though, the ginger is a very potent ingredient. Ginger lemonade goes well with a summer lunch of Asian cuisine.
A sparkling drink with a hint of chocolate and cream. Even with the heavy cream, this is a very refreshing recipe for the heat of summer.
You can't go wrong sticking with the basics. Its just espresso over ice, with enough sweetened milk to mellow it out.
A wonderfully tart recipe for cranberry iced tea. The name comes from the cranberry bogs in the Boston area (so I've been told by a few readers). Regardless, it's a very refreshing drink for a summer's day.