Beverages in Nigeria are usually non-alcoholic ones, alcohol rarely being consumed. Large number of Nigerian population is Muslim, so the alcohol beverages don’t play a significant role in their every day diets. A great Nigerian drink is the Maltina, a very sweet non alcoholic beer-like, sugar fest, and different kind of chicory drinks, mixed sometimes with coffee, or prepared with rich fat milk. Tea is common usually after meals to help the digestion process. But although alcohol is not a common thing, Palm wine (a natural palm juice) is spread around the country. In the southern parts of Nigeria, Palm trees grow wild, making it great for wineries to produce flavored palm wines. Rice is also a good source of a strong fire-water-like drink, made in some parts of the country. Beer is usually stronger than the regular beer, but consumed in small quantities and not very often or in many local dinners.This category currently contains no pages or media.