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A traditional Papua new Guinean beverage is 'kulau' which consists of the liquid contents of a fresh coconut. Tea and coffee, often without milk but always with sugar, are popular drinks in Papua New Guinea. When local people offer you to drink 'muli' ('Yu laik diring muli?') they are actually offering citrus fruit: lemon, orange, lime or grapefruit which are of course mostly water. In Papua New Guinea there are numerous locally canned soda and alcoholic beverages served mainly in the big cities, but also transported and drunk 'hot' in local village communities.  The local beer (SP or South Pacific) is brewed in Port Moresby and Lae under the supervision of European Master Brewers. In the larger towns of PNG you can also find imported beers to serve the expatriate community. Wine, mostly chilled white wine, is also appreciated in restaurants.

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