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'''Especially in northern Madagscar, the kola nut is a popular natural energizer. The nut, which is bitter in taste and rich in caffeine, is either chewed directly or prepared as tea - ''thé kola''.'''
 
'''Especially in northern Madagscar, the kola nut is a popular natural energizer. The nut, which is bitter in taste and rich in caffeine, is either chewed directly or prepared as tea - ''thé kola''.'''
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For a thé kola the nut is peeled, sun-dried and thereafter pounded. The nut powder is boiled with water and poured through a sieve. To neutralise the bitter/sourly taste, the tea is mixed with plenty of sugar and/or sweetened condensed milk. For a litre of tea one needs about five kola nuts.
 
For a thé kola the nut is peeled, sun-dried and thereafter pounded. The nut powder is boiled with water and poured through a sieve. To neutralise the bitter/sourly taste, the tea is mixed with plenty of sugar and/or sweetened condensed milk. For a litre of tea one needs about five kola nuts.
  
== Best thé kola throughout Madagascar ==
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== Thé kola throughout Madagascar ==
  
 
Madame Juliane in [[Diego Suarez]]<br>
 
Madame Juliane in [[Diego Suarez]]<br>
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-13.725203, 48.478543
 
-13.725203, 48.478543
  
Madame Soaluis in [[Marotolana]]<br>
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Madame Soaluis in [[Marotolana_(Ambanja)|Marotolana]]<br>
-14.025978 48.614772
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-14.025978, 48.614772
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Thé kola stand under a shaded tree at the market in [[Mosorolava]]<br>
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-12.735762, 48.966194
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Between Ambanja and Ambilobe<br>
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S 13°31.266' E048°41.080'<br>
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S 13°31.266' E048°41.080'

Revision as of 05:12, 22 May 2019

Especially in northern Madagscar, the kola nut is a popular natural energizer. The nut, which is bitter in taste and rich in caffeine, is either chewed directly or prepared as tea - thé kola.

The cola 002.jpg

The-cola 001.jpg

For a thé kola the nut is peeled, sun-dried and thereafter pounded. The nut powder is boiled with water and poured through a sieve. To neutralise the bitter/sourly taste, the tea is mixed with plenty of sugar and/or sweetened condensed milk. For a litre of tea one needs about five kola nuts.

Thé kola throughout Madagascar

Madame Juliane in Diego Suarez
-12.297087, 49.298571

Near Ambanja direction Bemaneviky
-13.725203, 48.478543

Madame Soaluis in Marotolana
-14.025978, 48.614772

Thé kola stand under a shaded tree at the market in Mosorolava
-12.735762, 48.966194

Between Ambanja and Ambilobe
S 13°31.266' E048°41.080'
S 13°31.266' E048°41.080'