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What is the story of Worlds First Soft Drink Sherbet ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 06 Nov '12 10:33 pm
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The Ottomans popular drink, sherbet, known for its healing effects, has been increasingly forgotten over time and is now largely consumed ceremonially in Ramadan.Sherbet, once the most popular Ottoman drink, has been essentially relegated to symbolic consumption during the holy month of Ramadan even though it is a healthier alternative to todays soft drinks, according to one restaurant proprietor.
People of all ages are drinking soft drinks which are very harmful. We are trying to keep the sherbet tradition alive in our restaurant, Abdullah Korun, general director of Istanbuls 123-year-old restaurant Hac Abdullah Lokantas, recently old Anatolia news agency.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 06 Nov '12 10:40 pm

 
  
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Sherbet is made from fruit juices or extracts of flowers or herbs, combined with sugar and water to form a syrup that is thinned with water, ice or snow. As alcohol is forbidden in Islam, sherbet became one of the most popular and widespread drinks in Muslim lands. Sherbet derives from the Arabic shariba, meaning "to drink."
Until the 20th century, there were few means of preserving and transporting fresh fruit. Refrigeration was only for the very rich, while transport was slow. Fruits remained seasonal and local, except when they could be dried or reduced to a liquid essence in the form of syrup.
The most common kind is sugar and water but very sweet; lemonade is another; a third is prepared from violets. A fourth is made from mulberries.
In Europe and US, the drink, known as shrub was popular, made from raspberries, currants or citrus mixed with sugar and vinegar. Shrub is making a comeback in the US.
At the end of the 1800s came drinks like Coke, which began bottling plants in M ...more
Answered by rajan, 07 Nov '12 10:38 am

 
  
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Nahi pta :(
Answered by Heena, 06 Nov '12 10:39 pm

 
  
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It originated during Muslim medieval golden age
Answered by z, 06 Nov '12 11:02 pm

 
  
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