Zoomkoom refers to the popular soft drink from Burkina Faso that is made from millet flour and water flavoured with ginger and lemon and generously sweetened. In Moore "zoom" means flour and "koom" is water. Moore is a language spoken primarily in Burkina Faso by the Mossi. Moore is spoken in Central Burkina Faso.

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