Lingonberry drink

Fresh lingonberry drink is a treat for people of all ages. Drink it ice-cold or heat it up and drink on a chilly autumn day.

Makes about 800 ml

30 minutes

Rating (9 ratings)


700 g lingonberries
300 ml water
190 g Dansukker Light Muscovado Sugar


Pour the lingonberries and water into a saucepan. Bring to the boil and simmer the mixture until the berries have softened.

Sieve the mixture through a fine-mesh sieve. Squeeze as much as possible out of the berries and pour the mixture into a clean saucepan. Add sugar and cook for a short while.

Remove from the heat and skim the foam from the juice. Pass it through a fine-mesh sieve again.

Pour the juice into a hot, thoroughly-cleaned bottle, cover and leave to cool. Store in the refrigerator.

When serving, dilute with water to your liking. Heat the drink or serve it cold.

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