Salted Brazilian Lemonade

Serves 4 Prep Time 5 minutes   Rated:


Brazilian lemonade is a refreshing and unique drink, ironically made from limes rather than lemons. The drink combines fresh limes, condensed milk, sugar, and water, creating a sweet and citrusy flavor with a creamy texture. It is a popular and beloved non-alcoholic drink in Brazil, enjoyed with or without alcohol. You could swap out the dairy condensed milk for the coconut version if you wished.

We loved adding our own spin with our favourite salt flakes on the rim of the glass, and of course a pinch in the mixture as well. It is pretty addictive. Add alcohol of choice or not! We are also going to try adding mango or even watermelon...any other suggestions?

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  • 4-5 limes plus one more for the glasses
  • 400 Grams filtered water
  • 400 Grams tinned condensed milk
  • generous Pinches pink salt flakes BUY
  • Barcardi or coconut rum to serve
  • ice to taste
  • Rimming sugar/salt/lime zest as needed



Cut the ends from the limes and quarter them. Place them into a food processor or blender with the water. Blend on a medium high speed for just a few seconds. Strain out the solids and return the liquid to a rinsed food processor/blender bowl.


Add the condensed milk, salt and rum if using. Add some ice cubes if desired. Blend on a high speed until combined and frothy.


Place equal amounts of pink salt flakes and white sugar onto a flat plate. Finely zest a lime on top and stir together. Squeeze the zested lime and place the juice into a bowl. Dip your intended serving glasses into the lime juice, then salt mixture to rim the glasses. Serve the limeade immediately in prepared glasses.

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