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Magnum tonic wine - the real energizer (in more ways than one)

Magnum tonic wine - the real energizer (in more ways than one)

Busta... if you grew up in Jamaica as a child, you know Busta candy... a part of our history

Busta... if you grew up in Jamaica as a child, you know Busta candy... a part of our history

Tia Maria is a liqueur that is famous in Jamaica...it was originally made in #Jamaica with Jamaican coffee...gotta find this when we go

Tia Maria is a liqueur that is famous in Jamaica...it was originally made in #Jamaica with Jamaican coffee...gotta find this when we go

This is the cheese that Jamaicans grew up eating and still is the favorite for most.

This is the cheese that Jamaicans grew up eating and still is the favorite for most.

*Bob Marley* Jamaica, his cradle, his home island, his yard, and the birthplace of reggae.  More fantastic pictures and videos of *Bob Marley* on: https://de.pinterest.com/ReggaeHeart/

*Bob Marley* Jamaica, his cradle, his home island, his yard, and the birthplace of reggae. More fantastic pictures and videos of *Bob Marley* on: https://de.pinterest.com/ReggaeHeart/

"Busta aka "Stagga back". Sweets named after National Hero and former Prime Minister of Jamaica, Sir Alexander Bustamante. The name was adopted because the texture of the sweet is believed to be the embodiment of Bustamante's firm character. It is a dark, tough sweet made from grated coconut and wet sugar. It is believed to have entered the market at a cost of a "farthing each (four for one penny wrapped in skimpy grease-proof paper)." Hence, the price of Busta made it popular."

"Busta aka "Stagga back". Sweets named after National Hero and former Prime Minister of Jamaica, Sir Alexander Bustamante. The name was adopted because the texture of the sweet is believed to be the embodiment of Bustamante's firm character. It is a dark, tough sweet made from grated coconut and wet sugar. It is believed to have entered the market at a cost of a "farthing each (four for one penny wrapped in skimpy grease-proof paper)." Hence, the price of Busta made it popular."

Jamaican Apple, my favourite! O'Tahiti Apple brought to us by himself Cap't Cook Jamaicanized to sound like ohtaeati apple

Jamaican Apple, my favourite! O'Tahiti Apple brought to us by himself Cap't Cook Jamaicanized to sound like ohtaeati apple

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