Lemonade is a lemon-flavored drink sweetened with sugar among other sweeteners. In different parts of the world, there are variations on the drink and its name. Pink lemonade and frozen lemonade are also prepared. Limeade substitutes out the lemons for limes. In North America, certain European and African countries, and most Asian countries lemonade is usually made from lemon juice, water, and sugar or honey and is often home-made as well as at juice shops as ‘Fresh Lime’. In the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland and some other English-speaking countries, lemonade is a commercially-produced, lemon-flavored, carbonated, sweetened soft drink (similar to lemon-lime sodas in North America without the lime). Although lemonade is usually non-alcoholic, in recent years alcoholic versions of lemonade (called “hard lemonade”) have become popular in various countries.