In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lechoso(coffee/tea) con mucha lechea milky drink — una bebida con leche
- I think the curiously Italian milky coffee they call galao in Portugal just about qualifies.
- His eyes are large, dark and warm, and he has a complexion the color of milky coffee.
- After the collapse, I hastily bowed out and retired for a mug of hot, milky, sugary coffee.
- Unfortunately, because I'm not used to drinking such milky beverages, I was an unaware victim of milk moustache.
- Somalis offer a milky tea and burn incense to welcome visitors.
- Less well known is ocrochka, a cold soup made of potatoes, egg, ham, green onion, dill and cucumber in a milky base.
- In the early mornings he would stand in his dressing gown at the window, sipping a cup of milky coffee, while his valet ran his bath.
- But at least my coffee was just how I like it: strong but milky.
- I don't like weak, milky tea, but I'd drink it rather than complain.
- To finish this festive breakfast, here is the sweet grape hearthbread, which is just as good to serve with rich milky coffee or a cup of tea.
- There was a vague element of milky coffee to it but if the label had not so informed me I'd have failed to identify the flavour.
- We squatted on the floor and scoffed and then washed it down with sweet milky tea.
- Flopping down in the empty armchair with my milky coffee and half a bowl of cereal, I aligned the main problems in my head in the order I was going to tackle them in.
- The kids got to school late and she hadn't even had time to make a cup of milky coffee.
- Prepare one large mug of milky coffee and one smaller, stronger mugful, easy on the white stuff.
- Nothing in the world tasted as good for breakfast as stolen rolls with some butter and jam and a mug of milky coffee.
- It's milky and flavourful, with an unmistakable blue cheese taste that fades just enough after each spoonful to keep you digging in for more.
- In terms of soups, both the borscht and the ocrochka, a cold milky concoction of potatoes, egg, ham, green onion, dill and cucumber, are delicious.
- It's not milky or sweet like normal hot chocolate, it's dark and sultry.
- Rows of high backed leatherette banquettes filled with happy shoppers smoking tabs and drinking frothy milky coffee.
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