Non-alcoholic beverages: Low-alcohol beer, Julmust, Almdudler, Malvern water, Hot chocolate, Milkshake, Nestea, Powerade, Slurpee, Milo

 
9781156548875: Non-alcoholic beverages: Low-alcohol beer, Julmust, Almdudler, Malvern water, Hot chocolate, Milkshake, Nestea, Powerade, Slurpee, Milo
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 71. Chapters: Low-alcohol beer, Julmust, Almdudler, Malvern water, Hot chocolate, Milkshake, Nestea, Powerade, Slurpee, Milo, Hwachae, Tang, Matte Leão, Lassi, Cocaine, Aguas frescas, Ayran, Crystal Light, Horchata, Grass jelly, Battery, Slow Cow, Smoothie, Enviga, Beverage Digest, Orange Whip, Yuja hwachae, Baesuk, Licuado, Cendol, Elderflower cordial, Sports drink, Propel Fitness Water, Non-alcoholic beverage, Mazamorra, Hoppy, Rooh Afza, Go Fast, Vita Coco, Sharbat, Falooda, Garapa, Neuro Drinks, Slush Puppie, Atole, Froster, Mote con huesillo, Birch sap, Barley water, Bandung, Sustagen, Aguapanela, Frozen carbonated beverage, Switchel, Squash, Orange drink, Coolatta, Ginger tea, Orange soft drink, Sujeonggwa, Babycino, Punch Sport Drink, RAC 124, Jindallae hwachae, Champús, Bread Drink, Chass, Peanut milk, Champurrado, Blåbärssoppa, Staminade, Lipton Brisk, Mattha, Shikanjvi, Bambu Cocoa, Peanut punch, Apfelschorle, Subak hwachae, Thadal, Kellogg's Special K2O Protein Water, Caffeinated drink, Nectar, Mocochinchi, Bandrek, Chalap, Bengal Punch, Burple, Thirst Buster, Coors Cutter, Gunner, Shloer, Accelerade, Karmi, Smart(fx), Es bir, Sangria Señorial, Nutrimato, Crodino, Cholado, Bonjus. Excerpt: Malvern water is a natural spring water from the Malvern Hills on the border of the counties of Herefordshire and Worcestershire in England. The Hills consist of very hard granite and limestone rock. Fissures in the rock retain rain water, which slowly permeates through, escaping at the springs. The springs release an average of about 60 litres a minute and the flow has never been known to cease. Beneficial properties of the water have been reported for over four hundred years, and the reason for such benefits was a topic of scholarly discussion by 1817. In the 19th century Malvern became famous for the water cure, resulting in its r...

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