Réal is a lieu-dit (a hamlet) of the village of Roquemaure in the Tarn (81) Departement, France.
I loved the colours of these iced drinks or whatever they were that I photographed in Cacassonne.I was going to have one until I read the middle one which says Raspberry. I have never seen blue raspberries before.The colours do look nice though.
they are called slurpee in Canada...I'll take the red one though, the blue is kinda artificila ;-)say hi to little Luca
hahaha..do have the green colour? that's my fave!
Here in N. America, there are black raspberries, but I've never heard of blue ones. The color is beautiful, but I'm with you -- I wouldn't want to drink it!These drinks are called slurpees in the USA too. Unattractive name. I prefer what the Italians call them: granita.
Also here in america there is blue raspberry flavoring in everything from lollipops to slurpees to soda pop. The reason that it's blue is to distinguish it from strawberry and cherry, the two other incredibly popular red flavors.
Well, I can't say it's THE reason, as I'm not the one who started doing it, but it certainly makes sense.
And the kids get it all over there clothes, yuck!Don't forget it’s the Saint Maxime DP funny caption competition tomorrow.
I prefer the red ones too. It is so unsightly to have blue lips and tongue!
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