thirst-quenching

Translations

thirst-quenching

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For dessert, she goes all out with a magical princess torte cake and an ingenious raspberry ripple eclair and creates a thirst-quenching drink in the form of an elderflower cooler.
You can put some jam on the surface of the cake and sprinkle almond flakes or, as my family does, some ground coconut as a garnish.When the cake is cool, make a pot of thirst-quenching tea, sit back, and enjoy.
Delicate flavours of lemon, lime, green apple and grassy notes are backed by a thirst-quenching acidity, delicious peppered spice nuances and minerality on the finish.
Thanks to the expert Crumpton Oaks cider makers, you can experience its thirst-quenching farmhouse cider in two variants; apple and pear.
This watermelon berry smoothie is the perfect thirst-quenching drink for the hot summer months.
Savour appetite-whetting servings of the tri-nations' signature dishes, washed down with a selection of thirst-quenching house beverages every day.
Sprite, the world's leading lemon-lime flavored soft drink, is bringing its crisp, thirst-quenching taste to the 4th edition of the Pakistan Super League, by partnering with four franchises in the tournament, namely Karachi Kings, Quetta Gladiators, Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi.
LAHORE -- Sprite, the world's leading lemon-lime flavored soft drink, is bringing its crisp, thirst-quenching taste to the 4th edition of the Pakistan Super League, by partnering with four franchises in the tournament, namely Karachi Kings, Quetta Gladiators, Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi.
Even though the summer heat is a thing of the past my need for a thirst-quenching beer is not.
Thirst-quenching and totally inexpensive, this savoury drink is easy to make with ingredients - Curd, water, salt, pepper, and mint - that can be easily found at home.
Three cheers if you took the thirst-quenching 66/1 for smiling assasin Mo Salah (left), the Crocodile of the Nile, to win the Golden Boot.