The summertime is almost here! The big impediment that stands in the way of the wedding season is that the intense heat will make us crazy and leave us between hot flashes. We typically seek for cold welcome drinks that can assist us beat the heat in order to save ourselves, and this is exactly what we’ll be doing while organizing a wedding. Wedvendors assures that you and your guest will win it against the scorching season while you break a leg on the entry gate amongst the entire entry dance. We provide you with a carefully picked selection of welcome drinks that you may serve as a way to greet everyone. The welcome drinks for guests are a combo of some of the most well-known Indian and foreign refreshments that are renowned around the world for shielding our bodies from heat. Thereby, be a compassionate host and ask your caterers to include your preferred welcome drinks for serving your wedding guests.
Employees of the East India Company brought the beverage from the Indian subcontinent to England in the late 17th century. Due to the fact that the drink is produced with five ingredients—alcohol, sugar, lime or lemon juice, water, and spices—it is possible that the word “punch” is a loanword from Hindi, where panch means “five.” You can add cherry, chocolate, cilantro, cinnamon, fig, or ginger as a garnish or as a side to go with this welcome drink.
In 1840, Algeria, a nation in western North Africa, is when iced coffee first appeared, according to historians. Mazagran was the name of the original iced coffee. Ice, milk, and coffee powder are combined to make cold coffee. The beverage is particularly well-known in Greece, Thailand, Germany, Brazil, Vietnam, Hong Kong, and, of course, Albania. This welcome drink tastes great when paired with desserts like brownies, cookies, or sweet pastries like donuts.
The St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904 is credited with popularising iced tea. The commissioner of Indian tea, Richard Blechynden, maintained a booth at the India Pavilion to advertise the black teas of Sri Lanka and India. Currently, it is in charge of the entire planet, but particularly of China, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Black tea, water, sugar, and lemon are the only ingredients needed to make this welcome drink. Try adding citrus fruits, beries, cinnamon, honey, ginger, or even hibiscus for a more flavorful drink for your guests.
A blended or iced beverage with Puerto Rican roots is the pia colada. Typically, pineapple juice and coconut cream are used to make it. You might decide to add cherry, lemon, berries, figs, caramel, or even vanilla extract to the beverage to improve the flavour. During the hot, blazing season, this welcome drink will leave your guests feeling rejuvenated.
When fresh green mangoes are in season in the summer, most northern and western regions of India create the traditional beverage known as Aam Ka Panna. While panna dishes in North India use kesar, the technique is used in the Indian state of Maharashtra with either jaggery and nutmeg or sugar and cardamom. This welcome drink can be topped with spearmint, peppermint, or even raw-spiced slices of green mango to help battle the heat.
The first smoothies were actually sold in health food stores on the West Coast in the 1930s after they adapted Brazilian recipes to make these drinks from pureed fruit. Serve guests excellent welcome drink throughout this wedding season. Avocado, Matcha, Tahini Buttermilk, Raspberries, and Blueberries are a few of the unique ingredients for smoothies.
Punjab, India is the birthplace of lassi, a creamy, frothy yogurt-based beverage that is available with salt and sugar. This welcome drink, which is often served best plain, has travelled to many kitchens around the nation and is now prepared with a wide variety of ingredients. The list of lassis includes kesar, mango, chocolate, malai, masala, and malai lassi. Your drink will be ready when you add some dry fruits as a garnish.