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Limeade

A glass of limeade

Limeade is a lime flavored drink sweetened with sugar.

Most major beverage companies now offer their own brand of limeade, such as A.G. Barr of Glasgow and Newman's Own since 2004, with Minute Maid introducing a Cherry Limeade drink in response to the popularity of Limeade.[1]

Sonic Drive-In uses Sprite to create its popular cherry limeade.[2]

It is one of the most popular drinks in India and Pakistan and is known as nimbu paani or limbu pani;[3] lemons can also be used for nimbu paani.

Limeade is popular in tropical countries such as Guyana and Trinidad, where limes are common.

Limeade is also widely available in Thailand and other parts of Southeast Asia due to the abundance of limes and relative rarity of lemons, as lemons are not a native species. A Thai-styled limeade tastes salty, and sometimes does not have any sugar.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Minute Maid Cherry Limeade" (PDF). 
  2. ^ Todd Wilbur (29 January 2002). Top Secret Recipes--Sodas, Smoothies, Spirits, & Shakes: Creating Cool Kitchen Clones of America's Favorite Brand-Name Drinks. Penguin Group US. p. 20.  
  3. ^ "Numbu Paani". 
  4. ^ Michele Anna Jordan (11 October 2011). California Home Cooking: 400 Recipes that Celebrate the Abundance of Farm and Garden, Orchard and Vineyard, Land and Sea. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. p. 1088.  

External links

  • – Mint Limeade recipe
  • – All Recipes' Limeade recipe
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