Swiss lemonade

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Limonada suíça com leite condensado (Swiss lemonade with condensed milk)

Swiss lemonade[1] or limonada suíça (Brazilian Portuguese: [li.mo.ˈna.dɐ su.ˈi.sɐ]) is a type of Brazilian lemonade made of lime pieces with peel, ice cubes, sugar, and water. The ingredients are usually beaten together in a blender and then strained. There are several versions of this drink, including one with condensed milk (Portuguese: limonada suíça com leite condensado).[2]

The word lemonade is used since lime is known as Tahitian lemon (Portuguese: limão-taiti) in Brazil.

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  1. ^ Rapoza, Kenneth. "Brazil's 'Poor' Middle Class, And The Poor That No Longer Serve Them". Forbes. Retrieved 2016-11-05.
  2. ^ "Receitas & Pratos / Ep. 57: faça limonada suíça". Gazeta do Povo (in Portuguese). 20 March 2015. Retrieved 5 November 2016.