Freshersgo is a free job portal to find IT, BPO, Software, Technical,
A Platform To Showcase And Sell Your Crafts & Clothing.
Fueling entrepreneurship, Accelerating innovation.
2.Cafe au Lait. Being a coffee addict, this is my beverage of choice to start every day. A bowl filled with an equal mixture of steaming hot coffee and frothy warmed milk creates a mocha-colored beverage that warms both the heart and the fingertips. It tastes best with a buttery, flaky croissant.
3.Kir or Kir Royale. This drink is served in a champagne flute. Its a mixture of white wine (kir) or champagne (kir royale) and a splash of creme de cassis, which results in a show-stopping blush pink after mixing. Go for the Royale if you like bubbles that tickle the taste buds on the way down.
4.Pastis. Pastis is usually preferred in the summer. It has a strong licorice flavor and is typically diluted with cool spring water to create a milky, refreshing elixir. Pastis is often incorrectly associated with absinthe- but don't worry, it may taste a bit similar, but you won't be hallucinating after drinking it. Well, unless you enjoy a whole bottle yourself!
5.Chocolat l'ancienne. Winter can be downright bone-chilling in France, not to mention the biting wind and rain in the other months. Head for the cover of a spot where they serve chocolate chaud. This is not your typical American cocoa powder and hot water mixture. This is thick, rich and decadent melted dark chocolate poured into cups, and served alongside its own separate dish of fresh whipped cream. So thick and creamy in fact that you might just be able to eat it with a spoon.