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Jamun Drink Recipe | Indian Blackberry Drink

Learn how to make a refreshing Indian Blackberry Drink by Sagar’s Kitchen, also known as Jamun Drink recipe by Sagar’s kitchen. This unique recipe combines the flavors of different types of ingredients. Blend the ingredients for a delightful presentation. Try this enticing drink and share your feedback in the comments below the recipe.

Indian Blackberry Drink Recipe | Jamun Drink

Recipe by Sagar KumarCourse: RefreshmentsCuisine: Indian


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Today, let’s make a drink using jamun (Indian blackberry). It’s new for me, and I liked it. You should try making it too, and let me know how you liked it by commenting below the recipe.


  • 1 cup of jamun pulp (seeds removed)

  • 7-8 mint leaves

  • 2 teaspoons of sugar

  • 1/2 teaspoon of chaat masala

  • 1/2 teaspoon of black salt

  • lemon

  • a pinch of red chili powder

  • Ice

  • Water


  • Me: “Hey Dhaniya, would you like to have some?”
    Dhaniya: “Yes, brother. Just a little.”
    Me: “I won’t give you too much. It’s quite expensive.”
  • Take a mixer jar and add jamun pulp to it, along with 7-8 mint leaves.
  • Now, add 2 teaspoons of sugar to it, along with 1/2 teaspoon of chaat masala for flavor. Also, add 1/2 teaspoon of black salt and squeeze half a lemon for taste.
  • Now, add a very small amount of red chili powder to it. Also, add a few ice cubes and blend everything well.
  • If the mixture appears thick, you can add a little water to thin it out, but not too much. And there you have it, your jamun shot is ready!
  • Me: “Here, Dhaniya, take this. Have a little, while I make a separate one for myself.”
    Dhaniya: “Yes, brother.”
  • Take a glass and add some ice cubes to it. Then, put 3 teaspoons of the prepared paste into the glass, along with a little crushed mint leaves. Mix it well with chilled water and enjoy your jamun (indian blackberry) drink.
  • If you like, you can also add a little sugar and squeeze some lemon on top. But let me tell you, the real delight comes from taking a piece of paper, sprinkling a bit of chili powder and salt on it, and enjoying the indian blackberry by dipping it in the mixture. That’s where the true pleasure lies!
  • Dhaniya: “Brother, give me some too.”
    Me: “Move aside, it’s quite expensive. I gave you a small glass, didn’t I?”
    Dhaniya: “But give me this one.”
    Me: “Go away, stay within your means. You have no value, and yet you want to eat jamun.”


  • If the mixture is too thick, add a little water to adjust the consistency, but avoid adding too much to maintain the desired flavor.
  • Garnish the drink with a sprig of mint or a slice of lemon for a visually appealing presentation.
  • If you don’t have chaat masala, you can substitute it with a pinch of cumin powder and a pinch of amchur (dried mango) powder.
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