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The most common and popular Indonesian drinks are teh manis (tea) and kopi tubruk (coffee) that are both served in a simple glass and for Western taste blended with a serious amount of sugar. Most Balinese people would simply drink water at room temperature with their meals. Living and working in a hot tropical climate keeps you always thirsty in need for fluid. To satisfy hydration small food stalls and street vendors that serve an often very colorful variety of beverages are never fare away. Many popular drinks are based on ice (es) and often are also classified as desserts. Typical example includes young coconut and cendols. 

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