5 African Cocktails That You can Make To Jazz Up Your Holidays

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5 African Cocktails That You can Make To Jazz Up Your Holidays
5 African Cocktails That You can Make To Jazz Up Your Holidays

This has been no ordinary year, so why settle for the usual? Embrace some new flavors that will excite your palate and expose you to some of the many varieties of mixed drinks that come from Africa? Well if you hadn’t thought about it, let us help you out a little with 5 cocktails you can try at home.

Irresistible African Cocktails

#1 – Nigerian Chapman Drink By Flo Chinyere

Nigerian Chapman Drink By Flo Chinyere
Nigerian Chapman Drink By Flo Chinyere (Photo Credit: All Nigerian Recipes)

Nigerian Chapman Drink is a fun and refreshing drink with a mix of fruits. It uses Angostura Aromatic Bitters which is alcoholic but a very mild influence on the drink. Get Recipe Here

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#2 – Kenyan Dawa Drink

Kenyan Dawa Drink
Kenyan Dawa Drink(Photo Credit: Nairobi Kitchen)

Get Recipe Here

#3 – Ghanaian Ginger Drink (Emudro) By Mrs. Drewry Food

Ghanaian Ginger Drink (Emudro)
Ghanaian Ginger Drink (Emudro) (Photo Credit: Mrs. Drewry Food)

Emudro is a Home-made non-alcoholic ginger drink which is very popular in Ghana. It can be enjoyed chilled. Get Recipe Here

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#4 – Pressure Cooker Zobo Drink (Hibiscus Tea)

Pressure Cooker Zobo Drink (Hibiscus Tea)
Pressure Cooker Zobo Drink (Hibiscus Tea) (Photo Credit: Pressure Cooking Today)

Hibiscus Tea! Hibiscus tea is a natural source of Vitamin C and antioxidants, and may lower blood pressure. You can drink it hot or cold. Get Recipe Here

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#5 – South African Fynbos Cocktail

South African Fynbos Cocktail

When South African Bar Tender came up with The Fynbos cocktail, there was no question that it was going to be a big hit. It is simple enough to make and taste as good as it looks. So let’s take out the shakers and get down to business. Get Recipe Here

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