Is it just me who goes out to an expensive restaurant in some fancy place in Nairobi and you end up spending over 700 bob for a cocktail, and after analyzing the ingredients of the cocktail it coasted the club less than 100 bob to make it. Most of the time it’s not even that good. Well, here are some great alternatives to these cocktails
This is a swift and sweet drink
- Lemon Juice
All you need is one tablespoonful of sugar. And mix it all and your good to go.
- 500 ml KC coconut
- Lime juice
- Mint leaves (optional)
- Ice (optional)
I have to admit that this is my favorite cocktail Mwitu.
Get a 1-liter jug and buy two 250 ml KC coconuts. Pour the 500 ml of KC coconut in the jug. It should get to the halfway point. Add lime to ¾ point of the jar and sprite to the brim. Squeeze lemon juice into it and leave the remains of the lemon squeeze in the drink. Cool it and add ice and mint leaves to your taste.
This is especially good for ladies who say they only want one glass of cocktail. UUUUHHH! GIRRRLLL! That’s all you need with this cocktail. And you won’t even feel the alcohol taste.
This cocktail would probably cost you around 800 shillings in Nairobi. But it is one of the easiest to make.
Sure the ingredients include cranberry juice, orange juice, vodka and peach schnapps. But the question is do you need all these “ingredients?” No! They are just filler ingredients like the other members of the NASA Party other Than Raila, or the budget of the Jubilee Government.
Sure, we all know they’re there, but we don’t see what they do.
All you need is Orange juice and vodka and your good to go.
Another fancy name for a simple drink. However, this drink is defiantly an excellent drink for anyone who wants to hold a nice evening party with her girls in Kenya.
- KC coconut (it’s perfect for cocktails)
- Pineapple juice
Fill the Blender jug to around quarter way with ice-cream. Blend it until it is smooth. Add around 250 ml of KC coconut and blend again. Add pineapple juice to the brim and mix again.
What you get is a smooth milky cocktail that just oozes class.
You remember about the “filler ingredients we talked about” yep, this Kenyan cocktail has a lot of them as well. But as we did before we will ignore them.
Just mix all the drinks up and your good to go.