Jal Jira is another name for Jal Jeera or Cumin Water from India. Jal Jira is described as Indian spiced and salty lemonade, as it is made from cumin, mint, lemon juice, ice water and black salt. Jal Jira, though is one of the lesser known Indian drinks, but probably the most healthy drink. It has an unique flavor and is a good refreshement drink during the hot summer months. One of the essential ingredient of Jal Jira besides cumin is the Black salt called Kala Namak in India.

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