Bitter Lemon 🎨 RGB Color Code: #CAE00D
The hexadecimal RGB code of Bitter Lemon color is #CAE00D. This code is composed of a hexadecimal CA red (202/256), a E0 green (224/256) and a 0D blue component (13/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(202,224,13). Closest WebSafe color: Citrine (#CCCC00)
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Bitter Lemon on Wikipedia
Bitter lemon is a bitter lemon flavoured soft drink. Its signature taste is a result of inherently bitter lemon pith being reinforced by the bitter alkaloid
Lemon or lemon-color is a vivid yellow color characteristic of the lemon fruit. Shades of "lemon" may vary significantly from the fruit's actual color
Bitter Lemons is an autobiographical work by writer Lawrence Durrell, describing the three years (1953–1956) he spent on the island of Cyprus. The book
Tonic water with lemon or lime juice added is often known as bitter lemon or bitter lime. It is popular for its signature bitter but sweet taste. Another
soft drink producers List of soft drinks by country Lemonade Limeade Bitter lemon Lemon, lime and bitters List of citrus soft drinks Schweppes Australia website
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and soda (mixed with soda water and lemon or orange slice, or with cola, eggnog, tonic water, milk, or bitter lemon soda). Europeans often mix it with
Bitter Lemon Press, 2016, ISBN 9781908524553, OCLC 990823752 Las grietas de Jara (Buenos Aires: Alfaguara, 2009) A Crack in the Wall. Bitter Lemon Press
was retired in October 2013. Apple Club Soda Cola Bitter Grapefruit Bitter Lemon Bitter Orange Bitter Rose Tonic Water Vanilla Cream Virgin Mojito Ginger
in Australia. Mainstay Schweppes products include ginger ale (1870), bitter lemon (1957), and tonic water (the first carbonated tonic – 1871). During the
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