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Iced Tea
Iced Tea
Iced tea is prepared by chilling brewed tea of any kind. This is either done by placing the tea in a refrigerator or pouring warm tea over ice. Iced teas are very popular in the United States as an alternative to juices and carbonated soda drinks. They are either available on premises or through grocery and convenience store chains or vending machines. Iced tea is usually served over ice in a tall glass with a slice of lemon or lime on the rim...
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Lemonades
Lemonades
Despite its wide usage the word "lemonade" can name rather different drinks in different countries around the world. Nevertheless, a common thing is that all lemonades are made using lemon juice or something that substitutes it. Lemonade is probably the oldest commercial soft drink. Its sales began at least in the 17th century in Paris...
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Iced Coffee
Iced Coffee
Preparation of an iced coffee drink is very simple: just add ice to coffee of any brew style or type, sweeten to taste, add cream or milk if desired and enjoy. Iced coffee is a name for rather different drinks in different countries...
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Root Beer Float or a Black Cow
Root Beer Float or a Black Cow
Root beer float sometimes is also called a black or a brown cow; however, "brown cow" is a more common name for a drink made with cola instead of root beer. A root beer float is a dessert drink that is usually prepared by mixing some vanilla ice cream with some root beer...
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Egg Cream
Egg Cream
Egg Cream is a classic non-alcoholic beverage originated in Brooklyn, New York City in late 19th century by a candy shop owner named Louis Auster. It contains neither eggs nor cream and is usually composed of chocolate syrup (Almost always Fox's U-bet chocolate syrup in New York), milk, and seltzer (soda water)...
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