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The American lemonade is, by far, the most popular drink in the USA. However, it may have had its origin in medieval Egypt. The earliest written evidence of lemonade comes from Egypt. In Europe, vendors stood on street corners selling lemonade from tanks strapped to their backs. But in America, Hawkers in 1860s New York used dirty buckets to mix a cut-rate version of lemonade, made with molasses, and sold it to thirsty immigrants as they disembarked onto the docks of Manhattan.

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Blue Butterfly Pea flowers are native to Thailand and Malaysia, it can also be found in other parts of SE Asia. Southeastern Asia is a sub region of Asia, consisting of the countries that are geographically south of China and Japan, east of India, west of Papua New Guinea, and north of Australia. In Thailand, the flowers have been used for centuries for hair and scalp health in ancient types of shampoo, as well as tea due to its rich antioxidants properties. We use it to make delicious lemonade.

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Green limes, or Tahiti limes, are not native to Brazil even though it is the most popular lime in the country. Probably a hybrid resulting from lemon and citron, the lime has spread to Brazil thanks to its use on British merchant ships as a remedy against scurvy. The Brazilian Tahiti lime, due to favorable natural conditions, is particularly irreplaceable as a natural source of vitamin C. \nThe Tahiti lime has a wide range of uses in Brazil, from juices to food seasoning; its even used for cleaning.



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