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(Food and Wine)   Chapman Is the Nigerian Non-Alcoholic Cocktail stopped reading there   ( divider line
    More: Amusing, Soft drink, Lagos, Cold soft drinks, Bitters, Nigeria, New Nigerian Kitchen version, cranberry cordials, Next up  
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301 clicks; posted to Food » on 09 Sep 2021 at 4:20 PM (2 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-09-09 12:09:46 PM  
You can throw a few gallons of vodka into it, Rummy.

Calm the fark down before your liver bursts into flames.
2021-09-09 4:30:57 PM  
So... a Shirley Temple with extra steps. Got it.
2021-09-09 4:54:47 PM  
Ive had Nigerian palm wine before. I do not know it's alcohol content, (I'm sure it was low) but it is delicious.
2021-09-09 5:12:24 PM  
What is the difference between a non-alcoholic cocktail and a beverage?
2021-09-09 5:49:32 PM  
Stop, stop, I'm Ghana...

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2021-09-09 6:17:43 PM  
Sounds like one of the random ass cocktails I made at the soda fountain when I was 7.
2021-09-09 10:10:27 PM  
Today I learned that "cordial" can refer to something non-alcoholic.
2021-09-10 12:06:41 AM  
A prince has promised me part of the Chapman estate you losers! He received my bank account info and my obligatory remission check a week ago. I am going to be so rich! Any day now. Everyone loves Chapmans.
2021-09-10 2:45:05 PM  
A lot of non-alcoholic cocktails add "bitters" with alcohol in them. Sometimes a little, sometimes a lot.
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