Ingredients (english)

Drinks

Beverages include all non-alcoholic refreshment beverages such as bitter lemon and cola lemonade as well as non-alcoholic hot beverages such as tea and coffee. Recipes with mineral water or soda water can also be found here. Also fruit syrup is assigned to this category.

Alcohol-free sparkling wine
Alcohol-free sparkling wine is a carbonated refreshing drink with a slightly sweet note of apple and fine acidity of lemons. Alcohol-free sparkling wine is lower in calories than normal sparkling wine and is particularly suitable for refreshing punch, long drinks and cocktails. ...
Apricot juice
Apricot juice or apricot nectar from the bottle is better suited for cocktails, desserts or cake glazes than apricot juice from a tin of pickled apricots, as it usually tastes too sweet and not so aromatic. Apricot juice from the bottle is made from fruit pulp and water, sugar and lemon juice. ...
bitter lemon
Bitter lemon is a non-alcoholic carbonated lemonade. Bitter Lemon is the English term for bitter lime. ...
Bitter Orange
Bitter Orange is a fruity and tart carbonated lemonade that can be drunk pure. It is also very suitable for mixing long drinks and harmonises particularly well with white rum or vodka. ...
Black East Frisian Tea
Black East Frisian Tea is a tea blend from East Frisia. It is quite strong and consists of up to 10 different black teas like Assam, Ceylon, Darjeeling, etc. as well as other teas. ...
Chai Tea
Chai Tea nowadays is mostly the recipe of black tea with different spices, which is mainly drunk in India with milk and honey or sugar. Originally Chai is the oriental term for any kind of tea. ...
Coffee
Coffee (English Coffee, French Café, Italian Caffè, Spanish Café) is prepared from roasted and then ground coffee beans. Coffee is best stored in its packaging, which is also placed in an airtight coffee can. ...
Cola Lemonade
Cola Lemonade is a sugary drink with carbonic acid, which originates from America. If possible, cola lemonade should only be used to flavour cocktails and should not be consumed constantly as a refreshing drink. ...
Cold water
Cold water is often used to extend salad dressings made from vinegar and oil to save calories or dilute the sauce. It is sufficient to let the water run off a little from the tap to use fresh, cool water. ...

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