Sekajabin has many different variations. More than I knew, and speaking with the Afghan and Persian women in my store have opened my eyes to more. It's origins are way back in the past, probably in the middle eastern region, though the west had a similar drink made with honey instead of sugar. Has to do with the climate!
1.25 cups water
2.5 cups sugar
.33 cups of white wine, rice, or cider vinegar
double handful of mint
To use, dilute 3-5 TBSP of syrup in a tall glass of ice water, or iced soda water. Sit outside and sip a little summer sunshine.