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Tahn

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ARMENIA Popular yogurt-based drink, Tahn is the national drink of Armenia. See also dough.
Takerouayet

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ALGERIA Spicy fresh drink of the M'zab valley served to the groom on his wedding day. This drink is prepared with dates, lemon, flower, spices (saffron, nutmeg) and aromatic herbs.
Tamarind (pellets of)

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BURKINA FASO The recipe is the same as ginger pellets. This form allows to keep fridgeless perishable food. You just have to add water before consumption. Tamarind pellets are also available in stores (Starling brand for example).
Tao

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BELGIUM The Tao brand was created on 2002 in Belgium and is now known as the best tea-based drink ...in the world ! It's a "ready to drink tea" with natural ingredients, preservatives free, colorants free, and with less calories than a classical soda (20Kcal/100ml). This explains part of its growing popularity.
Thandai

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INDIA Spicy drink with pistachios and almonds, drunk during the spring equinoxe for the colors celebration (Holi). This mild drink made with creamy milk is flavoured with nuts, honey and a spice mix : cardamom, rose water and poppy seeds. Served with ice cubes.
Traditional teas (four varieties)

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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).
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