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The Chinese New Year! Year of the Dragon

Come Celebrate the Chinese New Year with International HOME Markets.

Come Down on January 28, 2012 to Acorn Alley and celebrate the Chinese New Year With International HOME Markets. There will be games, contests, karaoke, Sky Lanterns demonstration and lots more. International HOME Markets also offers many authentic foods from all over the Globe including Asian, Hispanic, Indian, Russian, Middle-eastern and More!

When:             January 28, 2012

       2:00pm to 8:00pm

Location:       International HOME Markets

154 East Main Street Suite D. Kent

 (330) 474- 5750

The Chinese New Year is hosted by International HOME Markets and planned by Oasis Marketing.
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Posted by on January 25, 2012 in Events

 

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Ramune

The name Ramune is derived from the English word for Lemonade. Ramune Soda is very popular in Japan. Ramune comes in a rainbow of flavors, including some rare, such as wasabi, kimchi, bubble gum, and curry. If you’re new to Ramune, you might have a trouble opening the bottle; it comes sealed with a fun marble that acts as a stopper. Can you get the marble out without breaking the bottle? An Asian drink with a challenge! We currently carry original and strawberry flavors 

 
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Posted by on December 17, 2010 in Drinks

 

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Grass Jelly Drink

This is one of traditional drink in Taiwan.
Grass Jelly Drink is made by natural boiling grass and it is good for health. It can relieve your thirst quickly. It comes in four flavors, we carry coconut.

 
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Posted by on December 7, 2010 in Drinks

 

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Horlicks Malt Drink 800g Glass Jar

Horlicks is the name of a company and a malted milk hot drink it is manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline in the United Kingdom, India and Jamaica.

India is by far the biggest market for Horlicks, where it has traditionally been marketed as “The Great Family Nourisher.” Horlicks is available in many different variants in India.

In some countries, such as the Philippines and Malaysia, Horlicks was also sold as milky-chocolate-flavored disks in paper packets, which were then eaten as candy. Horlicks remains popular in Malaysia and Singapore.

In Hong Kong, Horlicks is known better as a café drink. It is served at cha chaan tengs as well as fastfood shops such as Café de Coral and Maxim’s Express. It can be served hot or cold, and is usually sweetened with sugar. It is almost always made with warm milk, and ice is added to it if a cold drink is desired.

 
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Posted by on December 5, 2010 in Drinks

 

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WuFuYuan – Green Tea Tapioca Pearl (Net Wt. 8.8 Oz.)

Green Tea Tapioca Pearls,Tapioca Pearls Made With Green Tea Powder,Add to Milk Tea to Make Your Own Bubble Tea!,Ready in 5 Minutes,Product of China

Ingredients Tapioca Starch, Green Tea Powder, Water, Sodium Hydrogen Diacetate (SDA), Dehydroacetic Acid (DHA) Green (Blue No.1 & Yellow No.%)
IngredientsSetElement Tapioca Starch, Green Tea Powder, Water, Sodium Hydrogen Diacetate (SDA), Dehydroacetic Acid (DHA) Green (Blue No.1 & Yellow No.%)
IngredientsSetElement Tapioca Starch, Green Tea Powder, Water, Sodium Hydrogen Diacetate (SDA), Dehydroacetic Acid (DHA) Green (Blue No.1 & Yellow No.%)

Manufacturer Shanghai Zhoushi Foodstuffs Co. Ltd.

 
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Posted by on December 5, 2010 in Drinks

 

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Dried Squid

 
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Posted by on December 5, 2010 in Prepared Foods

 

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Temple of Heaven China Green Tea Special Gunpowder

Product Description
The best Gunpowder Green Tea is Temple of Heaven Brand. It’s not only famous in China but also all over the world.Gunpowder Green Tea derives its name from the shape of its finished tea. The very dark green tea leaves have been rolled into little pellets which look like gunpowder to some connoisseurs.Meanwhile people call it Gunpowder Because: The tea is so well curled and tightened which looks like a small ball or pearl; when you put the tea into your hands, you feel it is heavy; when you pour boiling water into the tea, you can see all large tea leaves spreading out immediately just like explosion. Good Gunpowder Tea uses older tea leaves unlike other varieties of green tea. Tea steeped from Gunpowder has a dark golden color, roasted or toasted taste with a strong aftertaste lingering in the front palette, and a strong roasted or toasted aroma. You can also judge the quality of Gunpowder Green by its appearance. The well tightened and curled tea looks like tiny pearl with dark-green shining color.

 
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Posted by on December 2, 2010 in Drinks

 

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