Arome Lychee

Saturday, July 19, 2008


In looking for a translation of Arome I am finding only one thing in all my Internet searching. That It translates from French to English at Arum Lily. In other words a flower. Now my only problem with this is that it would seem very out of context and make no sense to say lily Lychee since a Lychee is a tropical fruit tree native to southern China according to Wikipedia. Anyway putting those two words together if that is what they mean would be gibberish but again what do I know really? not much.
Not a big surprise here but this tastes really similar to other flavored waters that are all over the shelves today. This one is pretty sweet with just a hint of the clear cool goodness that water is truly meant to be.

2 comments:

unicorngirl said...

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MorningShade said...

Arome is indeed from French. Translated to English though it means flavor. So it would be Lychee Flavor, which definitely makes more sense than lily.

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