Following the unprecedented success of the How to make a Chapman drink article (with over 1,300 views averaging at 3 views per day) I decided to share some personal cocktail recipes I concocted during my crazy moments which come once in a blue moon (Is there even such a thing as a ‘blue moon’? and THEY say I’m crazy…). Here are two accidental cocktail marvels I’ve decided to share with you (excuse the title-complexity of these otherwise simple creations):
Ingredients – 1/2 a medium-sized Cucumber, 33cl Coca-Cola, and ice cubes
- Cut three thick slices of cucumber into six halves and throw into a tall glass
- Fill the glass halfway with ice-cubes
- Pour in a can of ice-cold coca-cola.
- Stir with a cocktail stick and enjoy with a straw (You won’t believe the unique taste!)
Ingredients – 2 tablespoons of Natural Honey, 33cl Coca-Cola, and ice cubes
- Pour just enough coca-cola into a glass to cover the base of the glass.
- Stir in 2 tablespoons of honey and gradually pour in the rest of the coca-cola
- Add some ice-cubes and enjoy with a straw (simply delicious!)
You may have noticed that the recipes above are non-alcoholic. However for the members of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) I strongly recommend adding a dash of Jack Daniels Whiskey before your confession at the next AA meeting.
Ingredients – 1 Banana, 1 piece (half a regular sugar cube-size) of raw ginger, 1/2 teaspoon of chocolate powder, 1/2 pint of semi-skimmed milk, 3 scoops/full tablespoons of fresh unsweetened yoghurt, 2 capfuls of pineapple juice and semi-frozen ice cubes.
1. Dice the ginger and throw in a blender along with one chopped banana.
2. Pour in the semi-skimmed milk, yoghurt and then blend together for a few seconds.
3. Pour in the icecubes, the pineapple juice and blend briefly till smooth. Serve in a glass, sprinkle chocolate powder (or Nestle’s Milo). N.B – For alcohol content, pour in a capful of Malibu.
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Hiya.Y r u jellof n nt chips? Trust ur fine. Pls wat quantity of drinks n bitters do i nid 2 cater 4 350 guest? i wnt to mk d chapman maslf. tanx
Hi Oyin. just look at some of the recent comments for the recipe catering for 100 guests and you’ll be able to estimate the quantity for 350. Enjoy! Thanks for the comment 🙂
Thanx a trillion 4 d Chapman recipes. Pls are bendy straws sold? If not, how do u bend them?
Yes bendy straws are available at V-Care Supermarket on Opebi or at Oasis on Bank Anthony, Ikeja-Lagos. Thanks for the comment!
need more of these pls inbox me
lol. Ok, I’ll send some more over the weekend. Cheers
you didn’t mention any bitters in your recipes or is it not needed
Only for chapman 🙂
i enjoyed the chapman article so much, u have got a new fan. thanks boss
Thank you Merci (I was going to say ‘Merci, Mercy’ but that would have been a bit too much, lol)
Take care and do stop by again 🙂
Interesting & great recipe
how can u get other colours for ur chapman apart from d red colour. pls email me for 300 guest
other colours? I can’t think of a better way but to use food colouring (available in any good supermarket).
Please look through the comment trail. I believe I’ve given recipe for 300 people. Thanks
I love the taste of Chapman and just made one using ur recipe and it was a blast!
Am stepping out now to get stuff and try the Cocola thing! Can’t wait to taste it!
Tnx for sharing!
Hey Nkechi! I’m glad you liked it. Do check back because I have an important tip which could make your Chapman stand out from the rest I’ve come across at wedding events. It will be updated later today 🙂 Spread the word, cheers
You are 2. Much
Thanks, Blessing 🙂
I am making the chapman for my huuuubbbbyyyy today and I know he will like it. he is a lover of Coca-Cola and I will try d others on Sunday for him and d children. thanks a lot Mr. Jollofffff. God bless u
Tnx a lot u just saved my business
Please can I use campari and Alomo bitters at d same time? Could u send d reply to my mailbox? Waiting for ya response. Thanks
Use Campari if you have a choice – you get the original bitter for Chapman. Don’t use both…please.
Hello, pls I need cocktail recipes for people with diabetes.
Hi Kemi, I haven’t venture out that far but will look into it.
Nice recipes.are you into event management
Thanks Opy. I’m not but I guess I should look into that 🙂
thanks a lot for d Chapman recipes, I cnt wait to try it. looking forward for mor of ur recipes.