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What's your favorite non-alcoholic drink during these hot days?

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Water.

With a few fingers of whisky in it.

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Mugicha! Actually I drink this hot and cold, every season. An economy pack costs about 200 yen, and lasts me two months. I don't even bother boiling it, I just pop a bag into a jug of cold water and leave it overnight. For value, health benefits, and ease of preparation, mugicha can't be beat.

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Coke Zero

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Either Kagome's Rokujyomugicha, or, Sokkenbicha. (mugicha, mugicha, and more mugicha!)

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Ice water, definitely. Also first thing in the morning a glass of whey spiked with lemon and honey hits the spot, and mid-afternoon a cup of hot tea or coffee is a pick-me-up. Nothing but cold drinks all day isn't good.

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Ice cold Lemonade, cool and bitter sweet!

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Non-alcoholic beer. Some of the imported brands sell for as little as 84 yen a can. My second choice is mugicha.

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Rock shandy. half sprite (or similar), half club soda (or similar), dash of angostura bitters

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Budweiser.

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Appletise

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Green shower!

Carbonated water with hops.

Great stuff.

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Cold water.

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Bud Light. It reminds me of making love in a canoe.

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A cold glass of Passionfruit juice simply cannot be beaten, except possibly by a cold glass of blueberry juice. The latter is hit and miss though. Sometimes you get a bad batch of blueberries and the flavour just isn't quite right.

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Ice water. Lots of it.

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