What could be better than sitting on the patio with a cold herbal lemonade once work is over and allowing your gaze to wander over the garden? Here's a simple recipe for every day: Enjoy!
Makes two large glasses:
Basil, lemon balm, peppermint, rosemary and thyme work particularly well. Lavender also tastes good with the lemonade!
500 ml of apple juice and 100 g of sugar form the main ingredients and are brought to the boil quickly. A few sprigs of herb are then added, boiled briefly with the main ingredients, and the pot is then removed from the hotplate. Lemon balm or peppermint will give it a fresh flavour, sage and basil are spicier. The mixture now has to stand for about half an hour and is then strained. Once it has cooled, dilute to taste with mineral water and serve with slices of lemon.