The DjuDju Priests and Priestesses were practical as well as spiritual healers. Besides preparing healing potions, they were also engaged in preparing special brews for various occassions like the outdooring of new born babies and traditional weddings. Some of these drinks for good luck, health and prosperity were brewed from fruits and therein Lie the origins of our DjuDju fruit beers of today. The Beers were, and are still brewed in big clay pots, and beautiful DjuDju virgins serve the brew in environmentally friendly, completely biodegradeable calabashes to guests of the house. The valuable recipes for these brews were a well kept secret and were handed down by word of mouth by the Priests and Priestesses to their apprentices who were sworn to secrecy. Our DjuDju beers of today are based on some of these secret recipes. Based on the massive success of trials in London and Berlin which indicated that these fruit beers would be well accepted in Europe, DjuDju Banana Beer, and DjuDju Passion Fruit Beer were launched with great success in Germany. Emboldened by this succesful break through, many other DjuDju Beers will certainly find their way into the shops sooner than later.
“Twa Omanye aba” meaning “Cheers”