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The most fashionable healthy drinks

Both in summer and winter, healthy is a trend. First of all, as this concept is very broad and already applies to everything, it is convenient to ask a nutritionist if we have doubts about whether what we eat and drink is healthy or not. We discover some of the healthiest and most fashionable drinks today.

Coconut water

Actually, it’s not something expanding right now, we’ve heard about it years ago. Coconut water is the liquid that is found naturally in the inner hollow of the coconut. It has a transparent colour and provides several benefits: 94% water, minerals such as potassium, magnesium, sodium and calcium, and vitamins A and B12.


Strongly popular, it is found at the coolest establishments of the moment. It is a drink made from fermented tea, which mixes a sweet and citric flavour. It is usually consumed in China or Russia and not long ago it reaches many other countries in the world. And this is because, in this natural and healthy fever, it has a lot of minerals and vitamins, antioxidant polyphenols, it is 100% natural, it gives us energy and helps keep the intestinal flora in good condition. Where to take it? There are many establishments that serve this drink, among them, the terraces of the Hotel Ohla, Hotel Clarís, or El Sueño de Picasso, in Barcelona, ​​or the Hotel Villareal in Madrid.


It is also a tea that comes from a jungle plant in the Ecuadorian Amazon. It is rich in antioxidants and chlorogenic acids, and low in calories. This protects our heart and helps us lose weight, provided we lead a healthy lifestyle.

Jamaica’s water

It also receives the name of hibiscus water or tea, being strongly consumed in Central America, South America and the Caribbean, as well as in Mexico and Jamaica. Like the rest of the drinks it is usually obtained from the infusion in water of the flowers of a type of hibiscus. It is diuretic, strengthens our digestive system, and is rich in vitamin C and minerals.

Matcha tea

We keep adding health. Matcha tea comes from Japan, in powder and is a ground green tea that is extracted from the whole leaves, and therefore retains all its nutrients. Its properties include antioxidants, tannins, minerals and vitamins. This makes it good for our digestion, reducing cholesterol and blood sugar and fat levels. Where to take it? At Suis & Bowls, in Barcelona or Waycup Specialty Coffee, in Madrid.

Best Drinks for Autumn


Humid air, cold winds, rainfalls….love it or hate it, but autumn is inevitable. But in order to stand the cold weather, you just need the right drinks. 


Although in summer the most refreshing and citrusy drinks tend to win, in the autumn, gin tonics and long drinks that mix vodka, Cointreau or whisky with sweeter creams and juices are usually preferred at this time of year. When the cold comes, you will want one of them for sure.

Rosé wine

Yes, in addition to spring and summer, rosé wine is still a drink that can be consumed before the toughest cold. Especially for light dishes, such as salads, pasta, rice or chicken and other more powerful like stews, because they offer a refreshing touch that we still need.

Red wine

It is one of the drinks par excellence of the autumnal months. You can really drink it all year long, but with meats and fish, and spoon dishes, it is the best option to get warm and appreciate the nuances of sauces, herbs and spices.


Because it is warm and when the hard work of autumn comes we need a good boost. Tea recharges our batteries and at the same time, it relaxes us, in order to avoid unnecessary stress as winter gets near.

Stout and craft beer

Lager beer is perfect for the heat, but in autumn we recommend toasted, black and artisan beers. Each one brings a different flavour and they are usually are consistent and rich, giving us the energy that we lack these days.


It is the all-time classic that gains relevance when we meet with friends or co-workers again. Ideal as an appetizer, an after-work talk, with tapas… whatever it may be, vermouth is the right choice for this time of year.

Cocktails prepared with tea


There is an endless variety of cocktails that can be prepared in many ways and with many ingredients. This time, our recipe list is aimed at all those tea lovers and those who want to face the cold with a warming drink.

Irish Tea


  •  45ml of Irish whisky
  • 120ml of hot tea
  • 1 slice of cinnamon


  1. Add the whisky to hot tea.
  2. Add the cinnamon slice and stir.

Caramel cocktail with ginger tea

  • 1 Vanilla and caramel Lipton Tea.
  • 200 ml of water.
  • 1 fresh ginger.
  • 1 ½ cup of evaporated milk.
  • 1 glass of white rum.
  • 1 cup condensed milk.
  • 2 vanilla sticks.
  • Mint leaves.
  • Mango cut into cubes.


  1. Add the water to a large pot with tea bag, ginger and evaporated and condensed
  2. milk.
  3. Boil for 2 minutes and turn off the stove.
  4. Strain the mixture and cool.
  5. Once cool, add the mixture to the blender and add the glass of white rum.
  6. Liquefy at high speed for one minute.
  7. Serve in cups and decorate with vanilla sticks along with mint leaves or mango cubes.

Smoked Souchong


  • 120 cc infusion Dilmah Lapsang Souchong
  • 180 cc Hendrick’s Gin
  • 60cc ginger syrup
  • 60 cc grapefruit juice
  • 80 cc egg white
  • 1 gr Dilmah Lapsang Souchong


  1. Simply add the first 5 ingredients and shake them very well in a shaker.
  2. Add mixture to a teapot and let the last ingredients smoke for 20 seconds.
  3. Serve from teapot to a cup.

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