Lumumba (drink)

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Hot Lumumba with brandy

A Lumumba is a long drink named after Congolese politician Patrice Lumumba.

The drink consists of cocoa, sometimes accompanied by cream, and a shot of rum. Some alternatives replace the rum with amaretto or brandy.

Depending on whether the hot or cold cocoa is used, the result is a Hot Lumumba or a Cold Lumumba.

Cultural Significance[edit]

In his book The File: A Personal History, Timothy Garton Ash mentioned Lumumba when talking about his trip to Albania in the summer of 1978.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ash, Timothy (1997). The File: A Personal History. New York: Random House. p. 52. ISBN 0-679-77785-7. 

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