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Grenadine is a sweet, thick, deep red syrup made from pomegranates (and, nowadays, various other things). It is used in cocktails and other mixed drinks, and also as a drink on its own, well diluted with water (known in France as a grenadine). The word comes from French, where it was originally a derivative of grenade, ‘pomegranate’.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Cookery, Food, and Drink.

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