Jus buah

In Malaysia, my way of trying a juice was to put my finger on a name and ask for it. I refused to see a dictionary for its meaning or ask somebody who knew English. I wanted to know them by taste.
At times it resulted in disastrous distasteful situations but I was also glad that I could pick up some names. Also, I paid attention when they pronounced the names.

I have tried each one of these and a few more which are not mentioned in this list. My favourite was Jus Tembikai.
The locals were quite surprised to see me pronounce it correctly. For your information, it sounds like a Tamil word.

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Jus Buah-Buahan.

Jus buah = Fruit juice

Now it is your turn. Can you tell me all names correctly ? What do they mean? Fairly easy, I must say.
Ok, no cheating. No Google. Let’s see who comes close to correct answers.

P.S.- I am travelling right now. The previous post was scheduled one and so is this. Some more posts are scheduled which will keep popping up.
Please be punctual and regular till I come back. 😀 And remember, I am going to peep in between. 😛

Till then ciao ! Terima kasih.

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9 thoughts on “Jus buah

  1. fruit apple/orange/?/carrot/Bel/Ananaas
    Waiting for your replies
    And hey, following you on twitter And you?
    And yes, Happy Traveling – Enjoy.

  2. It’s funny, “juice” is “jus” in French too.

    I had the worse “jus” experience in Mexico, because we didn’t know the name of fruits and such at the same, we ended up with a beet + carrot juice. Ugh!
    .-= Zhu´s last [post] ..Paris By Night =-.

  3. Appu,
    4/6 correct. 🙂

    I have been following you on twitter since a few months now. 🙂

    Lakshmi,
    Tembikai sounds Tamil and jus is a French word for juice. 🙂

    SM,
    Thank you.

    Zhu,
    Ha Ha… it’s fun actually to experiment.
    BTW, carrot + beet is lot healthier juice. 😀
    .-= Nisha´s last [post] ..Sneak peek into Tamil Nadu =-.

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