Indian beverages form an integral part of Indian cuisine. With a climate as varied and extreme as India's, the people require myriad options to keep their thirst appropriately quenched according to the weather conditions, be it a steaming cup during winters or a frosty glass in the summers. Different regions in the country serve different drinks made with an eclectic assortment of ingredients including local spices, flavors and herbs. Available on the streets as well as on the menus of posh hotels, these drinks add to the delicious cuisine of India. Pre-mixed mocktails like Fizz Burst Mojito and Fizz Burst Blue Curacao is a new entrant in the Indian beverage market.
Tadi (তাড়ি) or Palm wine: Mainly from eastern part of India. It is an alcoholic beverage created from the sap of various species of palm tree such as the palmyra, date palms and coconut palms. Also called Toddy (in English)
Sunda Kanji: Made from fermenting rice that is buried in earthen or mud pots covered with cloth, sold in Tamilnadu