There is simply nothing like Fresh Squeezed Country Lemonade in the Summer time. I pairs well with a hot day by the pool or after weeding the garden in the scorching Summer heat. It’s refreshing in a light and cooling way and if you have never had it fresh squeezed then you’re in for a real treat. You may never go back to Country Time again!
Lemonade can be served in a variety of ways. Warm lemonade served with raw local honey can help ease chest congestion and may also help soothe a sore throat and stuffy nose. This is a good tip to keep in your back pocket for later.
Serving lemonade chilled with fruit infusions in a great way to play with flavors. Place fruits like strawberry, or even cucumber and mint directly in your pitcher before serving or offer then ore sliced to guests on a chilled serving tray.
I like my lemonade sweet and have created this recipe for what I personally beleive to be the optimal blend of sweet and sour. If you want a more tart lemonade I suggest scaling back the sugar or subsituting with honey to suit your taste.
Fresh Squeezed Country Lemonade
- Lemon Press
- 6–8 Medium Lemons
- 1.5 cups White Sugar
- 2 cups Water
- Place water and sugar in saucepan over medium heat until dissolved. Remove from heat.
- Slice lemons in half and juice by hand or with lemon press. 6–8 lemons will yeild 1.5–2 cups of juice
- Combine simple syrup and lemon juice in medium pitcher and fill with water
- Serve Chilled
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