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Maâjoun el heroor

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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 !
Maksym

( or maxim )

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KIRGHIZISTAN Sparkling drink with fermented cereals (wheat), that the Kirghizs like to drink on summer. Women make it artisanally at home and sell it on the bazars, but you can also find the industrial form called Jarma. The most known brand in Bichkek's streets is Shoro. Another kirghiz drink with fermented cereals is Bozo.
Mangajo

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JAPAN Range of green-tea drinks with only 75 Kcal for 100ml, without artificial flavours, preservative free, sweeteners free and with no sugar added. Healthy and refreshing ! Available flavours : lime, goji, pomegranate, açaď or rooibos and grape.
Matcha tea

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JAPAN Foamy bitter drink served for the tea ceremony. Finely ground green-tea powder is rather expensive and has to be sifted before adding water. In modern drinks (as in USA and Japan) it can be mixed to milkshakes, coffee with milk...
Maté (Le chá)

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ARGENTINA It's the infusion of the roasted grass (maté), that gives a dark brown drink. Maté is drunk chilled. This thirst-quenching bitter or sweet beverage is drunk with a fitering straw and a thermos flask. Maté is rich in Matein and tannins, vitamins A, B1, B2, C and K, iron, magnesium and phosphorus and is an excellent source of minerals and antioxidants. It combats mental and corporal tiredness, improve vigilance, strengthen memory and helps to reduce cholesterol level.
Mugicha

( barley tea )

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JAPAN 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.
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