TORRERO! You can’t be at campus and not have heard of this drink. Brewed by Yuti Breweries Ltd in Namanve Industrial Park, Torrero has become a household (or should we say hostel) name on campuses in Uganda. The short plastic 200ml bottle could look small at the first glance but the contents in it can take you higher than the Mapeera building.
Why do campus students love Torrero?
Simple. It is a cheap kill-me-quick liquor. At just 2k, one is assured of heights that not even 20 bottles of Club Pilsner can give. Torrero is a clear testimony that short ‘things’ are dangerous.
“It gives me a vibe that is unexplainable. Whenever I have book stress, I just run for one and I am off to cloud nine. Away from this earth’s problems. The Torrero vibe and heights clap different,” Derrick Kakaire, a Kikoni resident expressed how he feels when he takes Torrero to this Campus Bee writer. “Torrero is the modern day Kitoko, sh*t keeps you high for a lifetime,” he added.
Verified by UNBS, Torrero’s Alcohol By Volume (ABV) is 42.8%. ABV is a standard measure of how much alcohol (ethanol) is contained in a given volume of an alcoholic beverage (expressed as a volume percent). It is defined as the number of millilitres (mL) of pure ethanol present in 100 mL of solution at 20 °C (68 °F).
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A simple memo from us, Please Drink Responsibly and ace those books!