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Oksusu cha

( corn tea )

© mycitycuisine.org
SOUTH KOREA 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, compensating so its bitterness.
Orangina

© miamz.fr
FRANCE French orange-based sparkling drink. Originally the drink was made with orange and lemon juices and pulps, but there is now a large variety (guarana, blood orange, etc).
This drink is famous not only due to the originality of the glass bottle, but also because of many genious marketing campains : 1988 JP Goude, 1989 Lambada huge summerhit sponsorized by TF1 (french TV channel) and Orangina (in the video a girl shakes alternatively maracas and Orangina bottles), 1994 Alain Chabat's campain with bottle-men, etc.
Ouazouaza

© aps.dz
ALGERIA Medicinal refreshing drink made with dates and 40 other plants during the Ramadan month. Ingredients comprise camomile, herb-of-grace (common rue), ginger, clove, black pepper, coriander seeds, liquorice, etc.
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