kola nut

  1. bitter brown seed containing caffein; source of cola extract
  2. tree bearing large brown nuts containing e.g. caffeine; source of cola extract
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How To Use kola nut In A Sentence

  • The all-natural cola, with ingredients such as kola nut, lemon juice, licorice and caramel-sugar syrup, will roll out first in Las Vegas in June. Ad Track: Starbucks splash stick says no to sploshing
  • Because it isn't ... it's made up of two pre-existing words "coca" (the coca leaf, because, true story, it used to have cocaine in it) and "cola" (from the kola nut). Iron Maiden’s lawsuit is ‘outrageous,’ comic creator says | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • The cola flavor in the drinks come from the kola nut.
  • Some alternatives to look for include yerba mate, guarana, kola nut and green tea extract.
  • The cola flavor in the drinks come from the kola nut.
  • The kola nut (Cola nitida), dika nut (Irvingia gabonensis) and njansan (Ricinodendron africanum) all grow in wet forest regions but the kola is the most widely grown; it is widely traded as a bitter chewing stimulant. 1. Lost crops of the incas.
  • Wikipedia answer: "The word cola as part of the Coca-Cola trademark may have originated from the kola nuts that were originally used as the source of caffeine, or from when the original recipe contained coca. Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
  • The cola flavor in the drinks come from the cola or kola nut.
  • Kola refers to kola nuts, the bitter, slightly stimulating pink nuts that grow throughout the northern region. Spellbound
  • Caffeine is a bitter alkaloid found especially in coffee, tea, and kola nuts and used medicinally as a stimulant and diuretic.
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