• Muratelia

  • Strawberries

  • Oranges

  • Pineapple


Cut the fruit into chunks, and place in a large glass with ice-cubes and then top up with Muratelia.


Kienyeji (which is Swahili for traditional) is a very simple cocktail favourite. It just adds a bit of fruity freshness without complicating the original drink itself. Try it!!

Mumbi Slap


  • 20ml Muratelia,

  • 40ml grapefruit juice,

  • 25ml Bw. Chazea,

  • 20ml sugar syrup


Add the grapefruit juice, Bw. Chazea and syrup to a tall glass with ice. Stir and top up with Muratelia


This aims to be a cooler cocktail with a bit of a kick (or slap!). You could serve it on a warm day or preferably indoors.


One way to make it a bit more eye-catching for your partner or friends is to paint the glass rim with honey and add dab with spicy sugar rim - or mint sugar. Do this before pouring the Mumbi slap in!

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Cia Hwaini


  • 100ml Muratelia

  • 15ml lemon juice

  • 15ml simple sugar syrup

  • 15ml Bw. Chazea

  • Dash of Angostura bitters.

Cia Hwainĩ (pronounced; Sha Hawai-ni) is the Kikuyu phrase for "For the Night", which is the mood setting for this cocktail.


Place the lemon juice, syrup, Bw. Chazea and bitters in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake and strain into a wine glass, top up with Muratelia. This is a sophisticated approach to serving - a late evening and slightly formal setting.