Nannari Sarbath - Summer Special

Today's recipe for Journey through the cuisine a refreshing drink nannari sarbath.This nannari sarbath is so popular in road side shops especially in Summer.
This drink is available in all over the parts of Tamilnadu but so popular in my hometown Tanjore.I used the Homemade Nannari Syrup and fresh lemon juice.Also I added the soaked almond gum which is optional.The color of the nannari sarbath is on the darker side as food color is used in store bought syrup.

                                                                             Nannari Sarbath

   Basic Information

   Preparation time ~ 5 minutes
   Cooking time ~ No cooking time
   Serves ~ 1



3-4 tbs
Lemon juice
juice from
half lemon
Ice water
1.5 cups
Saoked almond gum/badam pisin
1.5-2 tbs
Ice cubes
as needed

  • Take a serving glass and add the nannari syrup,then soaked almond gum.Then add in  the lemon juice .
  • Mix it well with a spoon and add the water then add the ice cubes.
  • Serve it immediately..

  • The amount of sugar given was not just enough,so added 2 tsp of sugar.
  • Soaked tukmaria seeds(sabja seeds) can also be added to the sarbath.


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    I wish I could get a glass of that sherbet Nalini. I've never tasted nannari and i is now on my list of things to get from India (whenever that might be).

    A yummy coolant for hot summer days.

    Looks like a refreshing drink.

    Such a stunning and very refreshing drink. Beautiful presentation Nalini.

    That is definitely a refreshing beverage and a super coolant too.

    what can I say Nalini ?? those pics are sooooo stunning u can make anything look gorgeous :)))))

    Stunning pictures of an equally stunning recipe. Loved it!!

    What a refreshing drink! Wish I was still in NE. I would have made a trip to your place in summer to enjoy this :)

    never worked with almond gum - what does it do - is it thickener only or does it alter taste as well?

    Nalini, I was wondering how I never read this didn't share in the thread...:((..such a beautiful one and I missed reading it..very nice!

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