is a popular Sudanese drink that is usually drunk in the month of Ramadan and is made from germinated corn (especially from the type of fretita, which is a type of corn when crushed that gives the red color, which is cultivated, milled, and then fermented) that is unique to the Ramadan breakfast table in Sudan. With distinct varieties in this vast country alone in its Islamic surroundings, and it was discovered in the Blue Nile In 1833 AD, by chance, and despite the fact that many of the established traditions in the heritage of the Sudanese people disappeared as a result of the successive modern changes and the sweeping ghoul of globalization, the Ramadan table is still striving to preserve its traditional general features with popular dishes and drinks that have become inherited over the centuries like sweet, the king of this table As the Sudanese like to call it.
We love it, we only tasted a bit of it to save the rest for Ramadan! It was a bit moist not dry as expected but that did not impact the delicious taste!
Abri is fresh, tasty, feels like home “Abri Sudani 💯💯” thank you Badrishop & Farghli 👌🏼
The taste is amazing!
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To be honest, the best Abri taste that I had in Canada so far. Thank you for the excellent service