cool drink


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cool drink

n
(Cookery) South African any soft drink
References in classic literature ?
Now the only thing they drank was "horse's neck"--a long, soft, cool drink with an apple peel or an orange peel floating in it.
Receiving, with supple submission, a reprimand for his prolonged absence from the chief of the servants, Bishopriggs--keeping his one observant eye carefully on the look-out--busied himself in promoting the circulation of ices and cool drinks.
Popping next door with a cool drink for an elderly neighbour not only makes sure theyre safe and well, it can also help beat social isolation and better connect seniors to their communities.
Cool drink of water, cherry pink and apple blossom white.
I've never been to the party island before and the idea of lying in the sun, sipping a cool drink and having a little dance with my mates sounded great.
GRANDMOTHER Julie Holroyd had just the thing when one of her grandsons wanted a cool drink.
Add barley (powdered) to water with a little lime, rock salt, and roasted cumin powder for a cool drink.
Pour yourself a cool drink, position a couple of fans to blow pleasant zephyrs across your perspiring brow and prepare to salute some of the hardiest men and women on earth - the fans attending the World Matchplay darts at Blackpool's Winter Gardens.
Temperatures reached 20C in some parts with clear blue skies enticing people to enjoy a day out, an ice-cream and a cool drink outside a pub.
The hotel offers a daytime and evening programme of activities and entertainment or you may opt to relax with a cool drink by the side of the free-form pool.
Included in the fun was a Big Brag, held on the Friday evening where each school promoted their country by performing a small play or song, advertising a cool drink brand.
They popped to get some fresh pastries for Kourtney to eat before stopping in at Coffee Bean for a cool drink.