Mulberry Lemonade

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Mulberry Lemonade is a refreshing drink made using fresh or frozen mulberries. Make it using my easy recipe.

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Mulberry lemonade served in a glass.
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My Nani’s house had a mulberry tree. When we visited her in summer, the tree was full of yummy berries. All the cousins would climb the tree and pick the berries, staining their clothes, fingers, and mouths.

Somedays, we were tasked with collecting a large bowl full of mulberries because some guests were supposed to visit the house in the evening. The elders planned to make mulberry lemonade to serve them.

We would happily collect the berries because, of course, we would get the lemonade, too. Good times!

About Mulberry Lemonade

Mulberry Lemonade is a refreshing beverage made using fresh or frozen mulberries. It is a great drink for summer when the mercury soars high and you crave something chilled and cool.

This drink comes together in under 10 minutes using a few simple ingredients.

Ingredients

Mulberries – Use fresh or frozen mulberries to make this lemonade. If using frozen mulberries, then thaw them for 10 minutes before blending.

Others – You will need granulated white sugar, freshly squeezed lemon juice, chilled club soda, ice cubes, and a few mint leaves.

How To Make Mulberry Lemonade

Add 200 g mulberries, ¼ cup granulated white sugar, and 2 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice to a blender jar.

Mulberries, sugar and lemon juice added to a blender.

Blend to make a smooth puree.

Smooth puree made.

Pass the puree through a fine-mesh strainer.

Passing the puree through a fine-mesh strainer.
Smooth puree in a bowl.

Add 4-5 ice cubes into 2 serving glasses each.

Ice cubes added to a glass.

Divide the mulberry mixture between the two glasses.

Half of the mulberry mixture added to the glass.

Top with chilled club soda and mix to combine.

Garnish with mint leaves and serve immediately.

Ready mulberry lemonade.

Pro Tips By Neha

Mulberries spoil very quickly. Try to use them as soon as possible.

They also leave stains on hands and clothes, so be careful.

Mulberries come with very tiny stalks attached to them. You don’t have to remove the stalks before blending.

Adjust the sugar as per your taste. If you like sweeter lemonade, add more sugar.

You can blend mulberries, sugar, and lemon juice and freeze the puree in ice cube trays. When making the lemonade, add 1-2 cubes to a glass and top with club soda. This way, you can drink this beverage all year round, even when mulberries are not in season.

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Mulberry Lemonade is a refreshing drink made using fresh or frozen mulberries. Make it using my easy recipe.
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Mulberry Lemonade Recipe

Mulberry Lemonade is a refreshing drink made using fresh or frozen mulberries. Make it using my easy recipe.
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 5 minutes
Total: 10 minutes
Servings: 4 people

Ingredients 

  • 200 grams mulberries (fresh or frozen)
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 500 milliliters chilled club soda
  • Ice cubes (as required)
  • mint leaves (for garnishing)
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Instructions 

  • Add mulberries, sugar, and lemon juice to a blender jar.
  • Blend to make a smooth puree.
  • Pass the puree through a fine-mesh strainer.
  • Add 4-5 ice cubes into 2 serving glasses each.
  • Divide the mulberry mixture between the two glasses.
  • Top with chilled club soda and mix to combine.
  • Garnish with mint leaves and serve immediately.

Notes

If using frozen mulberries, then thaw them for 10 minutes before blending.

Nutrition

Calories: 71kcal, Carbohydrates: 18g, Protein: 1g, Fat: 0.3g, Saturated Fat: 0.02g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g, Monounsaturated Fat: 0.02g, Sodium: 5mg, Potassium: 104mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 17g, Vitamin A: 13IU, Vitamin C: 21mg, Calcium: 20mg, Iron: 1mg
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9 Comments

  1. How far north do you live? When i lived in Malawi I cut some twigs from a friend’s mulberry tree and they rooted and produced fruit within 4 months. I aklmost immediatley had a mulberry hedge which in teh subtropics of Malawi ( we lived on a tea plantation) bre fruit for over six months each year.

    Here in UK 2 hours north of london it took 4 years for a tree i bought at 6feet high to produce fruit. This year the fruit is bvery heavy, and i am too old and fat to get up the ladder. I made your lemonade with stevia not sugar.

    In Turkey i saw a white mulberry tree. Same flavour but no colour but i cannot find a source of that tree. We also used to be able to buy dried white mulberries froma wholefood shop in Norwich.

  2. we have mulberry trees all around our neighborhood, and just went picking last night. I can’t wait to try this!

  3. Growing up in Iowa we were surrounded by mulberry trees and every summer the bottoms of my feet were always stained purple. We would make mulberry pie, but never thought of making a drink out of it. I now have a mulberry tree in my backyard here in LA and will give your drink a try when they come into season.