11 Ghanaian ‘bitters’ that can be found in every drinking spot
Ghana is a very free country and, as such, many people are at liberty to live their lives anyhow they want.
One of the major ways that people choose to celebrate when they are happy is to either eat good food, dance or drink.
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The latter is usually the simplest choice, as drinks are less expensive as compared to food or even displaying a dance move that you are yet to really learn.
A type of booze that many Ghanaians usually like to buy is what is locally known as ‘bitters’.
You may be forgiven to think that most Ghanaians enjoy all sorts of drinks, but the fact is that no other drink is more patronized locally that these bitters.
Almost every bar, every corner or every joint sells different kinds of bitters to give their customers variety when they come to purchase.
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The good thing is that these bitters are made right here in Ghana and that means that the economy is the country is boosted each time they are being bought.
Below are 11 Ghanaian bitters that can be found in almost every drinking spot:
1. Orijin Bitters
2. Joy Dadi Bitters
3. . Pashew Bitters
4. 10. Cargo Gin Bitters
5. Don Papa Ginseng Bitters
6. Alomo Bitters
7. Adonko Bitters
8. Kakai Bitters
9. Bie Gya Bitters
10. Agya Appiah Bitters
11. Chairman Bitters
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