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10 Cheap Drinks To Make At Home

Classic Lemonade: Mix fresh squeezed lemon juice, water, and sugar to taste. For a sparkling twist, use carbonated water instead of still water.

Iced Mint Tea: Brew a strong pot of mint tea, sweeten it while it's still hot, then let it cool. Serve over ice for a refreshing drink. Grow your own mint to save even more.

Homemade Iced Coffee: Brew your coffee a bit stronger than usual, let it cool, and pour over ice. Add milk or a sweetener of your choice. It's much cheaper than coffee shop iced coffee.

Fruit-Infused Water: Slice your favorite fruits—like strawberries, lemons, cucumbers, or oranges—and add them to a pitcher of water. Chill for a few hours to let the flavors infuse.

Ginger Ale: Simmer sliced fresh ginger in water with sugar to create a syrup. Strain it and mix with carbonated water for a homemade ginger ale.

Sangria Mocktail: Mix grape juice, sliced citrus fruits, and sparkling water for a non-alcoholic take on this Spanish classic. Add other fruits like berries or peaches for more variety.

Cucumber Lemon Spa Water: Thinly slice cucumbers and lemons, and add them to a pitcher of water. Chill for an hour before serving. It's refreshing and perfect for staying hydrated.

Pineapple Iced Tea: Brew black tea and sweeten it with sugar. Add pineapple juice for a tropical twist and serve over ice. You can use canned pineapple juice to keep costs down.

Raspberry Lime Rickey: Mash a handful of raspberries and mix with lime juice and a teaspoon of sugar. Top off with carbonated water for a fruity, fizzy drink.

Cold Brew Tea: Fill a pitcher with cold water and add a few tea bags of your choice. Let it steep in the refrigerator overnight. Remove the tea bags in the morning, and enjoy a refreshing cold brew tea.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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