Definition of limeade
: a beverage of sweetened lime juice mixed with plain or carbonated water
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In a blender, pulse frozen raspberries and ice with frozen limeade and water until everything is fully incorporated and relatively smooth.
Among the beverage options: a glow-in-the-dark Night Blossom -- frozen limeade with apple and pear flavors, topped with fruity boba balls.
The Watermelon-basil slushie, a mashup of limeade and watermelon puree with basil, is an unexpectedly sweet and slightly tart drink that’s great poured into a glass or made into ice pops.
There’s cold brew in the shop’s milky Thai-style iced coffee, and in the fizzy and tart drink called Our Sweetheart #4, an exquisite mixture of coffee and rosemary limeade.
Night Blossom is a mix of limeade with apple and desert pear flavors topped with passion fruit boba balls.
The margaritas — left over from a Mexican dinner at the school — apparently looked just like limeade to harried staffers searching for substitute beverages when the kitchen ran out of milk.
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