Flaunt Your Frenchness #38 (March 9-15)
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These 4 beverages have all something Francophone somehow. Have fun finding what it is and making them at home! Click on the link to get the recipes and on the images for more info about their origins.
Louis XV Chocolate
  • 300 gr chocolate
  • 30 cl water
  • 1 egg yolk
Louis XV, king of France in the 18th century, is considered a great lover of the cocoa drink. Around 1730, the king prepares himself this beverage in the kitchens of its apartments. Find the full recipe here.
  • 1.5 litres water
  • 3 lemons + 1 orange
  • 50 gr sugar
From Mediterranean countries, traditionally Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, this drink is considered a cool and refreshing drink made with lemon and sugar. Find the full recipe here.
  • 1 vanilla pod + 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 litre milk + 4 eggs
  • 1 lime zest + 100 gr sugar
Coming from Guadeloupe, Chaudeau is a kind of eggnog of the Caribbean. It is served at weddings, communions and christenings, with a cake. Find the full recipe here.
Iced Tea with Citrus
  • 1 litre tea
  • 4 spoon sugar
  • 20 cl oranges
Refreshing drink par excellence, Switzerland was one of the first European countries to serve it year-round. Find the full recipe here.
Share you favourite beverage recipe here
Each week, you'll find in this newsletter a small sentence that can be used next time you go to a French speaking country.

To keep in the theme, please find below what you could ask while in Zürich, Switzerland:
" Quelle boisson chaude me conseillez-vous de boire ? "
[Kel bo-ah-sonh shod muh conh-say-yeah voo duh bo-ar ?]
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