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Genmaicha

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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.
Ginger (Pellets)

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BURKINA FASO When you don't own a frizer, it's possible to preserve drinks for one year by making natural pellets, sort of drink concentrate. Fresh ginger is peeled, crushed, and delayed in water and then filtered and pressed. Then boil the solution until it thickens. The result is mixed with sugar and put on a clean linen to dry with the sun heat. Move the result to crumble it into pellets and put in a plastic bag. It's also possible to buy directly the ginger pellets.
Gnamakoudji

( ginger juice, spiced water )

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SENEGAL, IVORY-COAST, MALI Drink composed of ginger, ananas, water, sugar, lemon juice and mint leaves. Shake before use. Drink chilled.
Guarana

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BRAZIL National brazilian soda prepared with the guarana fruit.
Guarana Antarctica

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PORTUGAL Drink of brazilian origin. In Brazil, it's the most sold soda after Coca.
Guaraná em pô

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BRAZIL Traditional drink of the indians. Mix the guarana powder with water to obtain an energetic drink with a caracteristic bitter taste. Nothing to do with the soda.
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