December 15th, 2016

LIMA

List of hot drinks. Part I.





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Description
Aleberry Made by boiling ale with spice (such as nutmeg), sugar and bread-sops, the last commonly toasted. It is sweetened, strained, and drunk hot.
Anijsmelk Dutch drink, consisting of hot milk flavored with anise seed and sweetened with sugar
Apple cider Cider and apple juice.jpg Popular fall (autumn) and winter beverage[1]

  • Wassail - a hot mulled cider traditionally drunk as an integral part of wassailing, an ancient southern English drinking ritual intended to ensure a good cider apple harvest the following year


  • Wassail


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LIMA

List of hot drinks. Part II.

Espresso Tazzina di caffè a Ventimiglia.jpg Coffee brewed by forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. Angelo Moriondo’s Italian patent for a steam-driven "instantaneous" coffee beverage making device, which was registered in Turin in 1884 (No. 33/256), is notable. Author Ian Bersten, whose history of coffee brewers is cited below, claims to have been the first to discover Moriondo’s patent.[9] Bersten describes the device as "… almost certainly the first Italian bar machine that controlled the supply of steam and water separately through the coffee" and Moriondo as "... certainly one of the earliest discoverers of the expresso [sic] machine, if not the earliest." Types of espresso drinks include:

  • Bicerin


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  • Cuban espresso


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  • Lungo


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  • Mocaccino


Hot gingercordial Served at U.S. soda fountains in the early 1900s[5]
Greyana rakiya ЕленскаСливова.jpg Boiled rakiya; a winter alcoholic beverage in Bulgarian cuisine prepared with grape or plum brandy and honey[10]
Grog Refers to a variety of alcoholic beverages. Modern versions are often made with hot or boiling water, and sometimes include lemon juice, lime juice, cinnamon or sugar to improve the taste. Rum with water, sugar, and nutmeg was known as bumbo and was more popular with pirates and merchantmen.
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