French vanilla, from the French "vanille francais" (A play on "French" vanilla, even though it was first popular in Pre-Colombian Mesoamerica, and only named for France's traditional use of the bean in ice cream).
When ordering coffee in Seattle: "A double tall van-fran mocha, hold the cream."
by Kaarin February 08, 2006

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