Non-alcoholic drinks often signify drinks that would normally contain alcohol, such as
wine, but are made with a sufficiently low concentration of
alcohol by volume. The category includes drinks that have undergone an alcohol removal process such as non-alcoholic beers and de-alcoholized wines. (Full article...)
Maraba coffee (
Kinyarwanda: Ikawa ya Maraba; French: Café de Maraba) is grown in the
Maraba area of southern
Rwanda. Maraba's coffee plants are the
Bourbon variety of the Coffea arabica species and are grown on fertile
volcanic soils on high-altitude hills. The
fruit is handpicked, mostly during the
rainy season between March and May, and brought to a washing station in Maraba, where the
coffee beans are extracted and dried. At several stages, the beans are sorted according to quality. The farmers receive credits based on the amount and quality of the beans they provide.
Charles Leiper Grigg (May 11, 1868 – April 16, 1940) was the inventor of Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime soda, better known by its later name,
7 Up. He invented the drink in October 1929. Grigg became acquainted with the
carbonated beverage business after moving to
St. Louis, Missouri. Prior to inventing 7 Up, Grigg had created an orange soft drink named "Whistle" for the
Vess Soda Company. It is still made and sold in St. Louis. (Full article...)
Along with plants from the closely related genera Yucca, Hesperoyucca, and Hesperaloe, various Agave species are popular
ornamental plants in hot, dry climates, as they require very little supplemental water to survive. Most Agave species grow very slowly. Some Agave species are known by the common name "century plant". (Full article...)
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