On very hot, dry days in the Middle East, nothing will quench your thirst quite like a tall glass of lemonade. Lemonade is prepared a little differently in the Middle East than traditional Western lemonade, but it is very popular among Westerner because of its refreshing mint kick and orange blossom essence.
In a blender, blend water, orange blossom water, lemon juice, and mint.
Pour into glasses filled with crushed ice and serve , or keep in refrigerator until ready to serves.
- Instead of using lemons, you can use the juice of 20 limes.
- You can also add more or less sugar to taste, but remember that Middle Eastern lemonade is not supposed to be sweet.