It’s safe to say restaurant and club owners don’t mean Nigerians well with the prices of their alcohol offerings. But you can still get wasted on a budget.
These locally-made alcoholic beverages will do the job.
Ogogoro deserves more credit. It gets the job done, but overuse might land you in the gutter sha.
Emu (palm wine)
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It might not be as classy as red and white wine you know, but palm wine is bae.
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Burukutu is where the magic is at. You might walk home on your head, but will you even notice? Exactly.
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You probably don’t know there’s an alcoholic version called “Kunu Gyada”. Baileys was found dead in a ditch somewhere.
This local drink is what does it for our brothers and sisters in South-Southern Nigeria. Body go tell you but you won’t remember a thing. So, cheers.
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We bet you don’t know there’s an alcoholic version of zobo that can put you on cloud nine. This is what should get your coins instead of them boring Lagos cocktails.
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If you ever find yourself at the popular Ofada Boy restaurant in Surulere, Lagos, their ‘jedi on the rocks’ offering should be getting all your coins.