The brew that he has branded as "Muratelia" goes for £10 to £25 whether sold on the counter in the restaurants or retails.
Talking to Kenyans.co.ke, he disclosed that he uses the available ingredients in the UK since he has not been able to access them from Kenya.
Wambaki who hails from Othaya in Nyeri County further disclosed that the business earns him more than he can even earn while employed.
According to Wambaka, he incorporates his business to modeling to market his products even though he does not get a lot of competition.
What do you think about Wambaka's hustle? Do you think 'Muratina' Should be legalized? Drop your views in the comments section below.
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