Lemonade is a lemon-flavored soft drink. The lemon ( Citrus × limon) is a hybrid in cultivated wild plants Soft drink is a beverage that does not contain Alcohol. Carbonated soft drinks are commonly known as soda soda pop pop, or
The term can refer to two different types of beverage. In the U.S., Canada, Cuba and Italy, lemonade refers to an uncarbonated mixture of lemon juice, sugar and water. The United States of America —commonly referred to as the Country to "Dominion of Canada" or "Canadian Federation" or anything else please read the Talk Page The Republic of Cuba (ˈkjuːbə or) consists of the island of Cuba (the largest and second-most populous island of the Greater Antilles) Isla de la Italy (Italia officially the Italian Republic, (Repubblica Italiana is located on the Italian Peninsula in Southern Europe, and on the two largest Sugar is a class of edible Crystalline substances mainly Sucrose, Lactose, and Fructose. In India, lemonade (commonly known as nimbu paani) may also contain salt. India, officially the Republic of India (भारत गणराज्य inc-Latn Bhārat Gaṇarājya; see also other Indian languages) is a country
In the UK, Australia, New Zealand and much of the rest of the world, the term mainly refers to a colourless, carbonated, sweet soft drink containing either natural or artificial lemon flavor, such as Schweppes Lemonade - (7 Up and Sprite are similar but are lemon-lime flavoured and so arguably not 'lemonade'). The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the United Kingdom, the UK or Britain,is a Sovereign state located For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic Australia topics. New Zealand is an Island country in the south-western Pacific Ocean comprising two main landmasses (the North Island and the South Island 7 Up is a brand of a Lemon - lime flavored non-caffeinated Soft drink. Sprite is a clear soda Lemon-lime Flavored caffeine free Soft drink, produced by The Coca-Cola Company.
The French word limonade, which originally referred to a lemon-flavoured drink, has since come to mean "soft drink," regardless of flavour, in many languages.
In the UK, the suffix 'ade' means a carbonated sweet soft drink; hence lemonade, limeade, orangeade, cherryade etc.
The term "depression lemonade" refers to the practice of asking for a glass of water with lemon at a restaurant, then squeezing the lemon into the water and mixing in sugar packets to make free lemonade.
American-style lemonade exists in the UK as a 'homemade' drink (also called lemonade or "lemon crush"), but is only rarely sold commercially under that name. A carbonated version is commonly sold commercially as 'cloudy' or 'traditional' lemonade. There are also similar uncarbonated products, lemon squash and lemon barley water, both of which are usually sold as a syrup which is diluted to taste. Squash (sometimes called cordial; however see the definitions below is a highly-sweetened (and often fruit-based Concentrate, which is mixed with a liquid most Barley water, usually flavoured with Lemon or other fruit is a popular British Soft drink.
In Ireland, lemonade refers to the carbonated, lemon-flavored soft drink but is further sub-divided into white lemonade and red lemonade. Ireland (pronounced /ˈaɾlənd/ Éire) is the third largest island in Europe, and the twentieth-largest island in the world White lemonade equates to the colourless fizzy lemonade common in many countries, while red lemonade is particular to Ireland. Red lemonade is a popular Soft drink in Ireland. Lemonade in Ireland comes in two varieties - red and white Red lemonade differs slightly in taste from white lemonade and is either drunk neat or as part of a whiskey mixer. Whisky (uisge-beatha or whiskey (uisce beatha or fuisce) refers to a broad category of Alcoholic beverages that are distilled from fermented
Conventionally, pink lemonade is coloured with grenadine. Pink is a pale Red Color that was first recorded in the 17th century to describe the pale red Flowers of pinks, Flowering plants Grenadine is traditionally a red Syrup. It is used as an Ingredient in Cocktails both for its Flavor and to give a pink tinge to Mixed drinks 
The New York Times, however, credited Henry E. "Bunk Allen" Allott, as the inventor in his obituary:
At 15 he ran away with a circus and obtained the lemonade concession. One day while mixing a tub of the orthodox yellow kind he dropped some red cinnamon candies in by mistake. The resulting rose-tinted mixture sold so surprisingly well that he continued to dispense his chance discovery. 
U. S. lemonade is usually sold as a summer refresher. It is commonly available at fairs and festivals, often as a "lemon shakeup" with the shell of the squeezed lemon left in the cup.  Lemonade was also the traditional mixer in a Tom Collins, but today it is commonly replaced by a bar mix. The Tom Collins is a Cocktail. It is essentially a Gin Fizz, using " Old Tom Gin " (a sweetened version of and precursor to London Dry Gin and
UK-style lemonade and beer produce a shandy. Shandy (also radler or panaché) is Beer flavoured with Lemonade or another Soft drink or Soda water. Lemonade is also an important ingredient in the Pimm's Cup cocktail, and a popular drink mixer. Pimm's Cup is a popular cocktail in England particularly wealthier areas CategoryDrink mixers|CategoryMixed drinks|CategorySoft drinks|Mixed drink Drink mixers are the non-alcoholic ingredients in Mixed drinks and Cocktails There