Favourite Summer Drink Recipes
The days are getting warmer so your drinks should be getting cooler - here are our favourite ice cold drinks to beat the heat! This recipe is alcohol free for the kids (doesn’t mean you can’t add a little something though!). Not a fan of Watermelon? Don’t worry, just swap the syrup with another flavour from our huge range of Monin syrups. Maybe Raspberry? Or Mint? Personalise this refreshing recipe and tell us how you get on.
1 glass of sparkling lemonade
2 shots of Monin Watermelon syrup
2 handfuls of ice cubes
Sliced fruit (optional)
Pour the lemonade and ice cubes into the blender, then blend until crushed. Add the watermelon syrup and mix. Garnish with fruit and serve immediately.
Don’t fancy a fruity drink just yet? Time to bring your mug of coffee back! How about trying out this new easy way to make an iced coffee at home? It only takes 5 minutes and no unusual equipment required. All you need is your favourite espresso beans (we suggest Lavazza Super Crema), milk, optional flavouring and ice! If you like it creamy, then add more milk. If you like it sweet, add more sugar. If you want it flavoured then add some syrup. It’s your drink, make it how you like it.
14g double espresso (Preferably Lavazza Super Crema)
1 cup of cold milk
Sugar or coffee flavouring (optional, see our enormous range flavouring syrups)
1 handful of ice
Transfer your double espresso (made with 14g of coffee beans) into a long glass. Take 1 cup of your preferred type of cold milk and slowly pour over the espresso, making sure you leave enough room for the ice. If you opted for your iced coffee to be flavoured, then take 2oz of your favourite flavouring and pour into the glass. If you want it sweetened then add some sugar and mix. Put 1 large handful of ice, either crushed of whole, in your espresso. VOILA!!! You’ve just made yourself your very own iced coffee. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy the summer.
For those special occasions where a little bit of alcohol isn’t frowned upon, you can always try and make our new Exotic Rose Champagne Cocktail. Its smooth, its tangy and it looks irresistible. Using a few of our new Routin 1883 syrups you can create your very own cocktails, ready for any occasion.
Exotic Rose Champagne Cocktail
- Caster sugar (optional)
- Sugar Cane Syrup (optional)
- 1 fl oz vodka
- Mixed Berries (optional)
- 2 fl oz Routin 1883 Rose syrup
- Pour a small amount of sugar cane syrup into a saucer and dip the rim of the champagne glasses into it.
- then dip the rim of the champagne glasses into the caster sugar
- Pour the vodka and Rose syrup to the glass.
- Fill to the top with champagne
- Garnish with your favourite berries.
We really hope you give these quick recipes a try. They are utterly delicious and super fast to make. You can also use different flavours of syrup, mixing and matching them to create wild variations of these summer favourites. Or maybe you want to add a squirt of whipped cream to your coffee? Possibly even a flake if you’re feeling devilish!