Zena Exotic Fruits — a Senegalese company whose exports include madd fruit preserves, bouye syrup, and pomme de cajou confiture — also bottles a beverage made from ditakh (20 cl., $1.50). Though I can understand why its flavor has been likened to kiwi, I also gathered an impression of heaped mown grass.
Previously: Crystal-clear Limonade La Gazelle (the photo is of a full bottle, $2) would be welcome alternative to Vimto, and housemade sorrel and ginger drinks, served in many West African restaurants. For widest Stateside distribution, however, this Senegalese soft drink would need to offer a list of ingredients more complete than "pur sucre."
Adja Khady Food Distributor
243 West 116th St. (Adam Clayton Powell Junior-Frederick Douglass Blvds.), Manhattan