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Lassi

( chaas in Gujarat, ghol in Bangladesh, mattha in north of India, and tak in Maharashtra )

© gourmet-vegetarien.com
INDIA Indian popular yogurt-based drink with fermented milk and ice cubes. It's the perfect drink to relieve spicy meals burn ! According to your taste lassi may be sweet (rose, mint, lemon, raspbery, mango...), salted, or spicy (cardamone, star anise, ginger, cinnamon, saffron and pistachios...)
Lattella

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AUSTRIA Sparkling drink create on 1979 and disponible in several flavours. Latella brand was bought by Danone group on 1997.
Leben

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ALGERIA MOROCCO TUNISIA ISRAEL Fresh ideal drink going with couscous. Raw milk is left for one to three days at ambient temperature until its spontaneous coagulation. Rayeb (fermented curdled milk) is churned with a blender and added with water. After the butter extraction a thick liquid is obtained, called leben (buttermilk). Elben is rich in proteins, and is less fat than plain milk (42Kcal/100g), it can be kept for several days at room temperature.wikipedia
Leche merengada

© mamayasecocinar.com
SPAIN Mixture containing milk, sugar, eggs, lemon and cinnamon. Served chilled.
Legmi

© gastrolabe.com
ALGERIA TUNISIA Syrupy juice extracted from the trunk sap of the Sahara palm tree. This drink is usually sold by street salesmen of the south tunisian markets and in Algeria.
Limonadas
SPAIN Drinks made with real lemon juice.
Limonade

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ITALY Classical limonade of Abbondio, elaborated with five varieties of sicilian lemons. This mildly sweetened limonade is refreshing and thirst-quenching.
Limonana

© tastykitchen.com
ISRAEL Lemonade served with mint leaves ('nana') and plundered ice is all the rage at terraces of Tel-Aviv Cafés. (See also Algeria, cherbet of Blida).
Lingondricka

( Lingonberry drink )

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SWEDEN RUSSIA Lingonberry juice (Vaccinium vitis-idaea), popular in Sweden and in Russia.
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