Rooh Afza Recipes

Iftar is not complete until you have your dates and a glass of Rooh Afza.  According to  Hamdard Laboratories Rooh Afza is a blend of pure crystalline sugar, distilled natural extracts of citrus flowers, aquas of fruits, vegetables and cooling herbal ingredients, Rooh Afza’s cooling effect is long lasting for it not only instantly quenches the thirst but also rapidly cools the entire system and gives back the body the vigor, vitality and freshness depleted by excessive heat.

It is extremely popular in Pakistan.  Most people mix Rooh Afza in either water or milk.  I prefer a Rooh Afza milkshake over a Rooh Afza sherbet.  I recently came across a wide variety of Rooh Afza recipes.  Some are sweet while others have a refreshing tangy flavor.  Here are a few:

1.  Sunset Island

Pineapple juice 1.5 oz
Grape juice 1 oz
7-up 1.5 oz
Rooh Afza  1 tsp
Sugar syrup  1 tsp

Combine in shaker over a few ice cubes. Shake thoroughly. Pour into glass.

2. Rooh Afza Colada

Pineapple juice – 1/2 cup 
Coconut milk – 1/4 cup
Rooh Afza – 2 tbsp
Coconut – 2 tsp (fresh and finely grated)
Ice cubes – 4-5 nos
For Garnishing:-
Pineapple – 1 piece
Ice cubes – 2-3 nos (crushed)

Step 1: Blend the pineapple juice, coconut milk, Rooh Afza and the ice-cubes in the blender till well blended.
Step 2: Place crushed ice at the bottom of a cocktail glass and pour the blended mixture.
Step 3: Sprinkle some shredded coconut and place the pineapple slice on the rim of the glass.

3. Rooh Afza Banana Milkshake

Bananas  2 
Milk 2 cups
Rooh Afza  2 tsp
Sugar syrup  1 tsp

Mix all the ingredients in blender and serve with ice cubes.

4. Rooh Afza Smoothie

Sliced strawberries  1 cup

Chopped mint leaves 2 teaspoons

Rooh Afza 4 teaspoons

Vanilla ice cream 4 teaspoons

Milk 5 cups

Lemon juice 1 cup

Step 1: Blend strawberry, mint leaves and Roof Afza in blender to make a smooth paste

Step 2: Pour milk and ice cream in it and blend it again. Divide the mixture in 2 glasses

Step 3: Pour lime drink on it and serve after garnishing it with mint leaves

5) Rooh Afza Mint Lemonade

Water 2 glasses

Rooh Afza 4 teaspoons

Lemon juice 1 tablespoon

Chopped mint leaves 2 teaspoons

Lemons for garnishing

Step 1: Mix 2 glasses of water, 4 spoons of Rooh Afza, 1 spoon of lemon juice and 2 spoons of mint leaves all together in a jug.

Step 2: Add crushed ice.

Step 3: Garnish it with lemon slices and serve chill.

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  1. Wow I thought Rooh Afza was just food coloring and whole lot of high fructose corn syrup! I say this because since Ramadan started, I was letting my kid sip out of her dad’s glass of cold milk mixed with Rooh Afza and she.never.went.to.sleep.that.night! She became so hyper, started rolling around the living room, going up the stairs and finally crashed a couple hours before suhoor :/ And then of course was up again at 7 AM!

  2. Wow this looks amazing!! I always make Roohafza lemonade but these recipes sound super easy and delicious! I am excited to make this for our next iftaar. I am sure people will ask for these secret recipes 😉

  3. My aunt came to visit last week n she’s not Pakistani…I served Rooh afza at Iftar time n she thought it was soooooo refreshing….really that’s a great way to describe it. Now time to make it fancier with these great recipes. Thanks;)

  4. i LOVE these recipes…i’ve been a fan of Rooh-Afza since I was a kid, and my grandma used to make this delicious watermelon juice with it!

    Basically, you take a tall glass and fill it 2/3 full with ice-cold water, then add Rooh-Afza to it. After that, cut a piece of watermelon into little chunks (the size of a die or bigger) and throw them in there! I always have it in Ramadan!

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