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Limonada cimarrona is a lemonade type, used as a "chaser" in Nicaragua, specially used with white dry rums, or local "guaro". Instead of using plain water, soda water is used with the juice of lemons (in Nicaragua, lemons refer to what in the United States are named limes, the green type) and with salt added to taste.
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