Did you by any chance mean lorcha?
- Catalan (Valencian dialect) orxata, from ordiata, ordi ("barley") + -ata ("-ate, of, made from"), from Latin *hordeata, from hordeum ("barely"). (Wiktionary)
“Orgeat also became the Spanish word horchata, which gradually evolved from a barley drink to a drink made with either rice or the chufa or tiger “nut” p.”
“Add the remaining cold water gradually until the horchata is the consistency of a not-too-heavy cream soup (use a little more if desired).”
“However, their horchata is bland and has no rice or really anything else to it. god bless Muhammed Rahman and god bless America!”
“In some areas, horchata is made with dried melon seeds instead of rice.”
“Turpen for pity sakes ... horchata is a sweetened, cinnamon-flavored rice drink.”
“They may be eaten raw, baked as a vegetable, roasted like groundnuts or grated and used to make icecream, sherbets or a milky beverage which is known as 'horchata' in Spain and Latin American countries.”
“This traditional sweet and milky-tasting Mexican drink called "horchata" contains ground almonds, rice, sugar, cinnamon, vanilla and nutmeg.”
“(see: his mind-blowing ability to rhyme with "horchata") and his speedy, Police-esque chop”
“(Soundbite of song, "Horchata") VAMPIRE WEEKEND: (Singing) In December drinking horchata.”
“(Soundbite of song, "Horchata") Mr. EZRA KOENIG (Bandleader, Vampire Weekend): (Singing) In December, drinking horchata, I look psychotic in a balaclava.”
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