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Ataya
Ataya drink
© co.za
Senegal This senegalese mint tea, prepared by young people and drunk together is a real institution. For time of conviviality to discuss and meet others just like a happy hour but alcohol free.
Atole drink
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Mexico Sweet hot drink made from rice flour or Maizena diluted in water and cooked to make it more viscous and nutritive.
Atole has pre-colombian origins, it's sold in Mexico's streets to warm up during wint... Read next

Bicerin
Bicerin drink
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Italy Typical recipe of Turin. Hot drink with 3 slices : black chocolate, expresso coffee and whipped cream. Pronounce Bicherin :)
Boricha drink
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South korea japan barley coffeee, called mujicha in Japan - Barley coffee (roasted barley herbal tea) is a drink made with crushed and torrefied barley grains. So it contains no cafeine. Golden liquid with a tas... Read next

Boza drink
© mymerhaba.com
Albania bulgaria serbia turkey Creamy turkish drink obtained by delaying cereals in water.
Sold in Bozahane shops or by street salesmen, this drink symbolizes conviviality. It's the beverage of winter familial evenings. Boza is kno... Read next

Caffe de orzo
Caffe de orzo drink
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Italy Barley coffee is very popular in Italian bars and easy to find in supermarkets too. Beeing naturally cafeine free, Caffe de orzo is drunk as a decaf.
Chimarrão drink
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Brazil see maté - National beverage of South-Brazil, to be drunk burning ! The green grass is dried, chopped, and prepared as a herbal tea in a small individual calabash. A cultural experience as muc... Read next

Genmaicha
Genmaicha drink
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Japan Brown rice tea, also called "popcorn tea", is a mix of green leaves of Japan tea and roasted rice. It suits salted meals but can also be drunk chilled all day long. Wears a pleasant mild taste.
Maâjoun el heroor drink
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Algeria Remedy drink, Maâjoun el heroor is a traditional spicy syrup made with an algerian spices mix called hror : pepper, clove, nutmeg, ginger, cardamon, cinnamon, cubeb (Piper cubeba). Attention it's hot !
Mugicha drink
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Japan barley tea - Very popular in Japan during summer, mujicha is available in the form of large tea-bags to plunge in cold water. In Europe mujicha is called barley coffee and is consumed cold in summer and hot in winter.
Oksusu cha drink
© mycitycuisine.org
South korea corn tea - Traditional korean infusion made with roasted corn that may be drunk warm or cold. As this beverage wears a mild sweet taste, Koreans often associate it to barley tea to rebalance, c... Read next

Sage
Sage drink
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Turkey ada çayi, meaning island's tea - Infusion with the thousand virtues : aphrodisiac, relieves painful menstruation, facilitate childbirth, reduce hot flashs of menopause... see www.dogadan.fr
Sbiten
Sbiten drink
© offtoeurope.com
Russia This traditional drink of the russian winter, is alcohol free, when herbs, crushed spices, jam and honey are mixed to water.
Submarino
Submarino drink
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Argentina hot chocolate delicious fast and easy = hot milk + long chocolate bar to melt in. Sometimes the chocolate bar has a submarine form. Submarino is the most popular winter drink in Argentina.
Sungnyung drink
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South korea Russet rice-based traditional korean drink.
Some people drink Sungnyung for the breakfast, although this drink is generally served after a lunch. This drink is made with nurungji, the rice crus... Read next

Traditional teas (four varieties) drink
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South korea Green tea, medicinal tea, fruit tea and cereals tea. Saenggangcha (ginger tea), insamcha (ginseng tea) and ssanghwacha (medicinal tea) are herbal teas made with traditional ingredients. Fruit teas are daechucha (jujube tea), yujacha (lemon tea), omijacha (Schizandra tea), mogwacha (chinese quince tea ) and the maesilcha (plum tea).
Yujacha
Yujacha drink
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South korea Famous mild and sweet tea with lemon and mandarin zests that Koreans recommend to cure a cold. Generally sold (expensively) in large jars (looking like jam jars).
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