Lassi is a popular Indian beverage that is made of yogurt, water, and spices. It is usually served with ice and either ground cumin or cumin powder on top.

This drink originated in India and was first documented by the ancient Greeks around 400 BCE. It has been evolving ever since then. One major change happened when it moved to Pakistan. There, lassi was sweetened with sugar instead of salt to make it more palatable to the locals’ tastes.

The most common varieties are sweet lassis, salty lassis, fruit-based lassis, dairy-based lassis (made with yogurt), and iced coffee lassis (made with coffee). Lassi can also be made without any added ingredients or sweeteners at all – it will then be simply