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Cooling and replenishing liquids is important on hot days and that is why we have prepared this compilation with seven original lemonade recipes to hydrate and cool in summer, as an alternative to commercial drinks, so you can prepare them yourself at home. They are seven drinks ideal for cold drinks, none of them contain alcohol and all are suitable for adults and children.

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You already know that I am a fan of cucumber and that I love using it in a thousand and one recipes, but today I have discovered an ideal way to incorporate it into the list of refreshing drinks. This cucumber lemonade is the most original way to cool off this summer and it is also delicious. If yesterday I taught you the Turkish lemonade recipe with a slight bitter touch when incorporating the lemon peel in its preparation, today I have recovered this recipe for lemonade with cucumber that also brings me the memory of my grandmother, which on hot days, I cut the ends of the cucumber and supported them on my forehead where they were stuck cooling a lot.

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When I think of lemonade, I imagine a very cold jug with ice and an ideal drink to quench thirst on summer days. Although my favorite is usually the American homemade lemonade recipe, I recognize that sometimes it seems very sweet to me. That is why I propose as an alternative this recipe for Turkish lemonade, refreshing and with a very slight bitter touch.

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The rise in temperatures feels fabulous, especially since, for the moment, the heat is soft and it can stand without problem. When time starts to change, my shopping list takes a 360º turn and also my usual dishes. The smoothies make their appearance and I feel like preparing them at all hours, especially on weekends.

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Javier de las Muelas is one of the most reputed bartenders today. He is also a successful businessman. After running the Gimlet Cocktail bar, he acquired one of the most mythical cocktail bars in Barcelona, ​​Dry Martini, which always appears on the lists of the best bars in the world. And it has extended the model to dozens of bars around the planet, thanks to smart alliances with hotel chains.

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If the American multinational Coca-Cola is characterized by something, it is for its ability to diversify the catalog of its drinks without damaging the image of its flagship product, with 130 years of history. But there was a line that had never crossed: to offer alcoholic beverages. The company is experimenting with the creation of a popular Japanese soda, known as Chu-hi, which includes a distilled beverage (shōchū or vodka) and sparkling water or fruit juice, as well as some flavorings.

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If an idea is repeated by the producers and distributors present in the IX Hall of Spirits and Vermouth, organized by the Peñín Guide, it is that the mythical snack drink is experiencing a rebirth in Spain. And nobody wants to be left behind. It is true that vermouth has always been a popular drink in Spain, but the bars used to have only one brand, tap or bottle, and there was no special importance to the quality of this.

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The popular whiskey Johnnie Walker, owned by Diageo, will begin marketing this month with a female version of its iconic logo. The limited edition, in which Jane will replace Johnnie, will be marketed in the United States coinciding with Women's Day. Diageo hopes that the initiative will help claim gender equality, but also expand the attractiveness of the product among women.

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Whether we want to or not, we all associate ideas when we see a person interact with their environment, and, in particular, the fact of consuming alcohol generates a strong emotional response, enormously variable. It is not the same to see an old man with a brick of wine in a park, than a group of kids making a bottle or a group of middle-aged women drinking wine in a bar.

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Before New Year's Eve arrives and we embrace the alcohol as if the world were going to end, it is worth remembering that you can enjoy the drink without finishing like a louse. The fun is in quality and variety, and not in drinking the Nile and ending a huge hangover. Although it seems that the gin and tonic fashion is never going to end, and while we wait for the bubble of craft beers to explode completely, there are several trends in the world of alcohol that are worth reviewing.

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Sparkling wines are the icing on the big celebrations and that is why they cannot be missed at Christmas. Cava and champagne fill the Christmas lots and it is difficult to imagine a New Year's Eve without them, the outbreak of the uncork already becoming part of the ritual to say goodbye to the year. But there is life beyond the toast, and these cocktails with cava prove it.

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I consider myself an inveterate coffee maker, but I also like tea and infusions very much. As with coffee, behind such apparently simple drinks there is a great history and culture that is worth discovering. Preparing a cup of tea at home can be very simple, but to really enjoy it we can equip ourselves with different accessories.

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Coffee is one of the most consumed products in the world. Today is living a new golden age with the so-called third wave, new trends and its expansion to countries that have traditionally not had coffee culture. Although we are not very demanding experts there are certain concepts that any coffee maker should know, starting with roasting.

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