Ghana is not only blessed with natural resources but also has a rich reserve of food and culture. We have distinct and delicious beverages. Every ethnic group in Ghana has their drink. These are 5 local Ghanaian drinks that we seem to love very much.
Hutwise.com brings you 5 local beverages you ought to try.
Pito is a type of beer made from fermented millet or sorghum in northern Ghana, parts of Nigeria, and other parts of West Africa.
Freshly collected palm wine is very sweet and non-alcoholic. However, fermentation begins naturally and immediately after collection.
Sobolo a refreshing drink made from hibiscus leaves, however; it has certain medicinal powers. Sobolo may play a role in controlling blood pressure, although more research is required.
Asaana is a Ghanaian drink made from fermented corn and caramelized sugar. Its refreshing and tastes great. You need these few ingredients to prepare asaana.
Brukina is made out of millet and milk and sugar. It is one of the delicious and a nutritional food drink made by the people from the northern parts of Ghana
As the Nigerian population in the US increases, the more the Nigerian cultural associations also increase.
Shea butter is a vegetable fat that's extracted from the dried nuts of the shea tree. Shea butter is non-toxic and edible, and can be used in cooking. However it is mostly used for cosmetic purposes.
Although there is the emergence of powdered fufu and fufu machines. Here are some traditional differences between Ghana, Nigeria and Caribbean fufu.