Synonyms for shokata or Related words with shokata


Examples of "shokata"
In Romania, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, India, and some other countries, there is "Fanta Shokata" based on the Socată.
There are more than 90 flavors worldwide. In Serbia, Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia and some other countries, there is ""Fanta Shokata"" (a wordplay between ""soc"" -elderberry in Romanian- and ""shock"") based on an elderflower blossom extract drink, traditional in Romania (where it is called Socată), Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia and other Balkan countries.
Every year, Romanians produce a traditional soft drink in May and June called "socată" or "suc de soc". It is produced by letting the flowers macerate with water, yeast and lemon for 2–3 days. The last stage of fermentation is done in a closed pressure proof bottle to produce a fizzy drink. The beverage has also inspired Coca-Cola to launch an elderflower-based drink, Fanta Shokata.
The flowerheads are commonly used in infusions, giving a very common refreshing drink in Northern Europe and the Balkans. Commercially these are sold as Elderflower cordial. In Europe, the flowers are made into a syrup or cordial (in Romanian: Socată, in Swedish: fläder(blom)saft), which is diluted with water before drinking. The popularity of this traditional drink has recently encouraged some commercial soft drink producers to introduce elderflower-flavoured drinks (Fanta Shokata, Freaky Fläder). The flowers can also be dipped into a light batter and then fried to make elderflower fritters. In Scandinavia and Germany, soup made from the elder berry (e.g. the German "Fliederbeersuppe") is a traditional meal.