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Pennywort Drink



Pennywort Drink is an Asian drink made from fresh pennywort leaves, water, sugar syrup and ice, mixed and frothed in a blender.

It tastes like ice tea with a mossy or lettucey tone to it, and bitter tones.

It is sold commercially in tins, just like a soft drink.

Nutrition

It is considered good for you.

Language Notes

Called "rau ma" in Vietnamese.

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Also called:

Boisson au Cotyledonin (French)

See also:

Soft Drinks

Ade; Atole; Cabbasisata; Carbonated Beverages; Carbonated Water; Egg Nog; Ginger Beer; Holiday Nog; Horchata de Arroz; Horchata de Chufas; Horchatas; Horlicks; Jogging in a Jug; Kool-Aid; Kvass; Lemonade; Milo; Pennywort Drink; Postum; Sciala Cori; Soft Drinks; Squash (Drink)

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