You're all doing so well with these Russian assignments that I decided to throw some cursive at you...
You can see both print and cursive charts beneath these pictures. As if learning to read Cyrillic weren't hard enough, most beginning Russian students really groan when they realize that the cursive alphabet is almost entirely different from the printed one -- and there are variations of it. You see one such variation in the writing above; the last letter in the third word in brown writing with white outlining is actually a cursive "д". Adding to the difficulty of reading handwritten Russian is the fact that many people stylistically combine print and cursive.
Your first task is to decipher the drink of the day. You'll instantly know two of the three words; the third word you should be able to figure out from context.
What is the geographic provenance of the variety of the week?
I wish I could offer up a prize... Say, a taste of the assignment?
Answers: Caramel Hot Chocolate, Asia Oceania