Sipping a simple, sweet, refreshingly Italian soda it’s easy to be transported back to lazy summer afternoons spent as kid. Maybe that’s why the drink is the summertime favorite of staff.
The owner of the downtown Mystic cafe demonstrated how to make a raspberry, peach Italian soda using ice, simple syrup and seltzer water. The resulting pink, scrumptious, 50-calorie drink may have you switching from iced tea to Italian soda for the summer.
Italian sodas can be made in a variety of flavors including blackberry, almond and blood orange. loves the raspberry Italian soda, while Barista Andrea prefers the lavender, which was also the recommended flavor to try on FourSquare.