Top 20 Amazing Bangladeshi Drinks

Top 20 Amazing Bangladeshi Drinks

Bangladesh, with its vibrant culinary traditions, offers a variety of refreshing and unique beverages. From traditional drinks to popular tea preparations, there are many options in Bangladesh. You can enjoy both the traditional and modern recipes here. Have a look at some notable Bangladeshi drinks here.

1.Lassi

Lassi, a yogurt drink, is a standard beverage in Bangladesh, especially during the hot summer. It is typically sweetened with sugar or flavored with fruits like mango and is made by blending yogurt with water. Lassi is a refreshing, creamy drink that can beat the heat.

Lassi

 

2.Green Coconut Water

Green coconut water, called as “coconut juice” or “coconut water,” is a clear, slightly sweet, and energizing liquid from young, green coconuts. It is a natural beverage that comes from the coconut fruit center.

Green Coconut Water

 

3.Sugarcane Juice

The juice extracted from sugarcane stalks is used to make a popular beverage known as sugarcane juice. In many parts of the world, particularly in tropical areas where sugarcane is grown, it is a natural and energizing beverage.

Sugarcane Juice

 

4.Sathukudi

Sathukudi, or sweet lime juice, is a citrus beverage made from the juice of sweet limes. These limes are also known as mitha nimbu in some areas. Compared to other varieties of limes or lemons, sweet limes are a milder and sweeter citrus fruit.

Sathukudi

 

5.Orange Juice

The extraction or pressing of oranges gives the popular citrus beverage known as orange juice. It is known for its vibrant color, sweet flavor, and high vitamin C content, making it one of the most widely consumed fruit juices worldwide.

orange-juice

6.Lemonade

Lemonade is made from lemon juice, water, and sweetener. It is a refreshing and tart beverage. In many parts of the world, it is a popular drink, especially during hot weather.

Lemonade

 

7.Green Tea

Tea made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant is known as green tea. It is renowned for its distinctive flavor profile and distinctive processing method. Green tea is minimally processed and undergoes minimal oxidation, preserving its natural color and flavor, unlike black tea, which is fully oxidized.

green-tea

8.Cold Coffee

Cold coffee, or iced coffee, is a chilled version of coffee drunk cold, or over ice. Cold coffee is also called cold coffee. It’s a popular drink, especially in hot weather or as an excellent alternative to hot coffee.

Cold Coffee

 

9.Iced Tea

Iced tea is a refreshing beverage made by brewing and cooling it with ice. Worldwide, it is a popular beverage, particularly in hot weather. In Bangladesh, this drink is enjoyed well.

iced-tea

10.Lime And Date Juice

Lime And Date Juice is a beverage made by juicing fresh limes and dates together. It is a one-of-a-kind beverage that combines the natural sweetness of dates with the tart flavor of limes.

Lime And Date Juice

 

11.Apple Juice

Apple juice is a well-liked beverage produced by pressing or extracting apples. People of all ages enjoy this drink, which is both sweet and delicious. Fresh-pressed, pasteurized, and commercially processed varieties of apple juice are all available.

Apple Juice

 

12.Mint Lemonade

Mint lemonade is a refreshing drink with water, mint leaves, sugar (or your preferred sweetener), and fresh lemon juice. It’s a popular summer beverage that keeps you cool and helps you feel refreshed.

Mint Lemonade

 

13.Banana Lassi

Banana lassi is a popular Bangladeshi version of the traditional lassi drink. It combines yogurt, milk, sugar, ripe bananas, and occasionally cardamom or other spices for flavor. The end product is a beverage that is smooth, creamy and has a delicious flavor.

Banana Lassi

 

14.Grapefruit Juice

Grapefruit juice is a citrus beverage made by pressing grapefruits or extracting their juice. It is a juice with a distinctive flavor and nutritional benefits that is tangy and slightly bitter.

Grapefruit Juice

 

15.Ghol

In Bangladesh, ghol is a traditional drink made with buttermilk. It is made by whisking yogurt with water, salt, and sometimes ground cumin seeds that is roasted. Ghol is a popular choice in hot weather because it helps in digestion and cools the body down.

Ghol

 

16.Aam Panna

Green mangoes make the refreshing summer beverage known as Aam Panna. Water, sugar, salt, and spices like roasted cumin powder and black salt are added to the green mango pulp after it is boiled and blended. It is a refreshing, tangy beverage known to combat heat and dehydration.

Aam Panna

 

17.Panta Bhaat

Panta Bhaat is a typical breakfast dish in Bangladesh, particularly during Pohela Boishakh, the Bengali New Year. It is typically served with various accompaniments and is made by fermenting cooked rice left over overnight in water. Pickles, fried fish, and a hydrating drink known as Panta Bhaat Shorbot are also included with Panta Bhaat. The fermented rice water is mixed with salt and sometimes herbs like mint or coriander to make this drink.

Panta Bhaat

 

18.Borhani

Borhani is a traditional drink made with yogurt and spices like ginger, mint, coriander, black salt, and roasted cumin powder. It is typically served on special occasions or as a digestive after a meal because of its tart and refreshing flavor.

Borhani

 

19.Tea

Tea is one of Bangladesh’s most popular beverages. It is made with black tea leaves and ginger, cardamom, and cinnamon. Bangladeshi tea, sweetened with sugar and frequently mixed with milk, is well-known for its potent aroma.

tea

20.Pineapple Juice

Pineapple juice is a well-known tropical drink produced by pressing or extracting pineapples. It is a drink with a sweet and tangy taste that is loved for its tropical flavor.

pineapple-juice