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We just got back from a week in France. In several different cities and towns, my kids ordered lemonade at lunch or dinner. What they got was this great, slightly carbonated drink with a subtle lemon flavor. It was way better than the lemonade they usually get here in the U.S. I feel pretty sure it was not made in-house by the restaurants, but rather came from a vendor (like restaurants serving Coke and Dr. Pepper). We would love to try and find it here in the U.S., but we never thought to ask about the brand. Can anyone help out?

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