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Old 10-08-2020, 11:57 PM   #1
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Non-alcoholic beverage

This can be dairy, dairy free, tea, coffee, soft drink, or whatever. Here are some of my favorites, not in any particular order

1. A&W Root Beer from a glass, gallon jug
2. Good apple cider, from a glass gallon jug
3. Home made egg nog, cold or hot
4. hot or cold chocolate, creamy smooth and rich
5. Hot chocolate with a scoop of vanilla ice cream kin it
6. Nesbits, or Nehi Orange Soda-Pop
7. Nesbits Grape Soda-pop
8. Welch's Strawberry Soda-pop
9. Jones' Cream soda-pop
10.Strawberry Malt w/ little chunks of strawberry
11. Butterscotch malt from West Pier ihn SSM, MI
12 7-Up
13. Frosty's root beer in glass bottles
14. birch beer soda-pop
15. Dr. Pepper
16. Shasta black Cherry soda-pop
17. grapefruit juice (one of my all-time favorites
18 fresh squeezed orange juice with lots of pulp
19. Cranberry juice
20. Juma fruit nectars (haven't had one that wasn't really good)
21 pineapple juice
22 juice at the bottom of the cut watermelon bowl, ice cold
23. Hot, homemade broth -mushroom, beef, chicken, turkey, shrimp, clamb, ham, pork, scotch, any of the above.
24. ice-cold, or hot whole milk
25 Rice Dream original flavor rice milk

Ok, name your favs.

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Old 10-09-2020, 01:25 AM   #2
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Espresso that I make, whether it's straight, iced and black, café au lait, or iced café au lait, Earl Grey tea, club soda, and rosehip and hibiscus tea, especially cold in summer. I am also very fond of unsweetened, unfiltered apple juice. i think you Yankees call that apple cider.
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Old 10-09-2020, 06:37 AM   #3
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I am also very fond of unsweetened, unfiltered apple juice. i think you Yankees call that apple cider.
LOL... I think us Canuks have always called it apple cider too!
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Old 10-09-2020, 07:31 AM   #4
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Water.
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LOL... I think us Canuks have always called it apple cider too!
Really? Here (in Quebec) I have always seen and heard apple cider refer to the alcoholic version.
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Old 10-09-2020, 11:43 AM   #6
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I've only ever known it as Apple Juice (filtered), Apple Cider (pressed Apples) and Hard Apple Cider (fermented). Here, Ontario and the Maritimes. Out west such as BC... I think so too, not sure my memory is good.
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Fruit juice concentrate not otherwise diluted, topped with sparkling water. Esp frozen limeade or cranberry juice.

Iced Vietnamese coffee-- sweetened condensed milk topped with about equal amount expresso.

Hot or iced Constant Comment tea.
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Old 10-09-2020, 08:49 PM   #8
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My list of Non-Alcoholic Drinks:

Water
Coffee with cream & sugar
Peppermint Tea
Plantation Iced Tea
Diet Coca Cola
Henry Weinhard Root Beer
Seltzer with a goodly squeeze of lemon
A VERY cold glass of Whole Milk (with a cookie please )
Hot Cocoa with a Peppermint Stick to swirl in a HUGE gob of whipped cream
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I like Club Soda with cranberry juice.
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Old 10-12-2020, 06:49 PM   #10
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Orange Juice
Cranberry Juice
Lemonade / Limeade
Peach Ice Tea
Tonic water + Cranberry Juice + Squeeze of Lime
Fresh Homemade Apple Cider
Smoothie ( Coconut, pineapple, strawberry, banana mix, sometimes add passion fruit)
Soda (Root beer, Orange, Pineapple)
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I've always been an iced tea addict - not the syrupy sweet tea, from down south, but a little sweetness, and always some flavoring in it. In season, some fresh spearmint, occasionally chai tea, and more often, Thai tea - a favorite brand I found (some have an artificial pandanus flavor in them, and definitely are not good), that I dilute about half with regular tea, and has a delicious flavor, the pandanus leaf being the strongest. I go through almost a gallon a day.
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Sanpellegrino, Aranciata Rossa. I like the lemon as well, but the orange is much better, IMO.
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