Ngozi "Guzzy" Cash

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Saturday, 27 February 2021 17:46

TeaHut's Kof-E




Blood sugar control

Weight loss

Boosts immunity

No caffeine

"Tastes like coffee."

Tea Hut® strives to provide a wide array of nutritious support, delicious beverages and energizing tonics.

Our coffee substitute of Kof-E® teas are specifically formulated with your health and enjoyment in mind.

Call 1-242-827-3555 or email to purchase stand-up pouches, sample packets and or cases of both for parties, meetings, office and home use.

Coffee houses, pharmacies and health food stores: receive our extended product list, price sheet and sample packages.

We have a product line of six (6) different Kof-E® teas:


Caffeine free coffee substitute; 


An energy boosting drink more powerful than caffeine. You can run a marathon on this, take a ten minute break and jump back in the game;     


For male virility and performance enhancement. As we age the body becomes more selective about where our blood goes. Sometimes lesser blood vessels and capillaries get left behind. Kof-E-Men® ensures they get their fair share of oxygenated blood. The side effect: increased erections;    


Has muscle recovery properties. Workout less with better results and NO sore muscles;


Immunity booster, providing phytonutients and increased anti-oxidants;   


Simply delicious for those who can't drink coffee for medical or personal reasons but love the aroma, taste and lasting flavour of coffee.



  1. Pour 1–2 tsps Kof-E® contents into cup, or heat-friendly glass jar.
  2. Add 6-10oz. boiled water.
  3. Steep for 5 minutes.
  4. Strain/leave dregs and drink.

Kof-E® served best:

  • With breakfast as a coffee substitute, sometimes with goats milk and coconut sugar to maintain health benefits.
  • Kof-E® tea is the beverage of choice for some people who are trying to eliminate or reduce their coffee caffeine intake. It has an "earthy" or "woody" taste somewhat similar to coffee BUT contains no caffeine.
  • As a High Tea: after a long day’s work with a sandwich or “Guzzy’s Goodys Brownie.”


  • Kof-E® tea (Cichorium intybus and Taraxacum officinale) may increase body temperature. You will feel warmer in winter with a hot cup but in summertime, better enjoyed as an ice cold tea.
  • Our proprietary blend of Kof-E® tea is also a diuretic leading to increased urination. This is a result of your body flushing out toxins and painful fluids causing inflammation.
  • Avoid drinking before bed or during long hauls without bathroom breaks.
  • If you are pregnant and or taking prescription medication, ask your doctor if it is ok to drink Kof-E® tea and how much.




I’m Guzzy Cash from Tea Hut.

I have 25 years’ experience brewing herbal teas that are delicious anti-oxidants. I want to introduce you to a special blend of herbs which detoxify your heart, liver and kidneys. Actually it can do more than all three and tastes just like coffee. This is why we call it Kof-E® tea. It doesn’t have any coffee in it but I can guarantee coffee has some of this in it: Cichorium intybus, an herb found in most major coffee brands. It is the ‘flavour” in coffee flavour.

But it does so much more than give coffee beans better flavour. It is a source of fiber, nutrients and has amazing anti-inflammatory properties. This means aches, pains and even excess water weight vanishes. Our proprietary blend of Cichorium intybus and another herb, Taraxacum officinale, forms a kind of complementary medicine. They mutual enhance one another’s healing properties. Both have liver, digestive health, anti-inflammation and blood sugar control in common. Taraxacum officinale adds that extra boost to your immune system in addition to providing nutrients, phyto-nutrients and anti-oxidants.

There is so much more to tell but it’s better if you experience it for yourself. Steep a sample in a cup of hot water for five minutes, strain dregs and drink it straight just to see what improves. Tell us about it and add to the legend.

Two things are likely: body temperature and urination may increase. Feeling warmer is great during winter months but not in summer.

So instead drink your Kof-E® as an iced tea.

Recommended dosage is two cups a day but not if you work in a hot cramped space with little access to a restroom.

And never drink before bed unless you want to stay awake all night.

If you are pregnant and or take prescription medicine, ask your doctor if you can drink Kof-E® tea and how much.

Otherwise drink and enjoy in the morning and for “high tea” with coconut milk and a little honey.


My best,

Ngozi "Guzzy" Cash (ING-Go-zee)



Tuesday, 05 January 2021 06:16

Travel Booking


My name is Ngozi Cash, I'm an independent travel agent with InteleTravel.

Want to book a destination wedding, girls trip, guys trip, vacation rental?

Whether it's a flight, resort, cruise and even train ride I'm your girl and happy to help.

Contact me now on WhatsApp 242-827-3555 or

Send me your passport data, phone numbers, credit info, departure dates and I will be in touch within 15 minutes to give you a quick quote and complete your booking ASAP.


In a rush? Book your own flight, hotel, resort, vacation rental and cruise HERE. It's easy.


Tuesday, 22 December 2020 19:50

Publicity Services

We are a Bahamas based publicity firm. Our niche is cross-promotional endeavours.

We liaise with actors, artists, authors, corporations, directors, entrepreneurs, performers, publicists, poets, resorts and talk shows.

We connect the dots.

Contact us today.





Radio show

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 17:15

PR Podcast Booking

Purchase our Public Relations Podcast Booking service and speak to an audience of 3K and more! Chat time frame is 30 minutes with the option for video and audio interview.


Hi, my name is Ngozi "Guzzy" Cash and I provide access to podcast platforms for social media figures, evangelists, authors, financial consultants, performers, poets and entrepreneurs to promote their business, services, products and projects.

Gain wider exposure into new markets and new followers. 16 week promotional campaign includes booking future guest spot requests, video editing services and promo posts across social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Linked In, Twitter and WebTalk etc.


Podcast Booking Campaign: $26.60 setup fee + $13.30 weekly (14wks)



Tuesday, 01 December 2020 16:22

IT Web Services

Bahamas Up Close IT Web Services

Starfish Blog Package (1 Year)

Domain name,

Brand hosting,

Setup & maintenance.

$65.00 setup fee + $6.00 weekly (48wks)

Starfish Blog Package


If you already own your domain name.
Conch shell Blog Package (1 Year)

Brand hosting,

Setup & maintenance.
$35.00 setup fee + $6.00 weekly (48wks)

Conch shell Blog Package



Dilly Package, Online Shop. (1 Year)

Domain name,

Brand hosting,

Setup & maintenance.
$90.00 setup fee + $10.00 weekly (48wks)

Dilly Package, Online Shop


If you already own your domain name.
Pineapple Package, Online Shop. (1 Year)

Brand hosting,

Setup & maintenance.
$60.00 setup fee + $10.00 weekly (48wks)

Pineapple Package, Online Shop


After you place your order call us on WhatsApp: 1-242-827-3555 to confer on details so your blog or online shop will be up within 48 hrs.


Or if you don't have time to talk, just fill out our form for your site's implementation.

Sunday, 18 October 2020 10:09

PR Radio Booking

Purchase our Public Rrelations Radio Booking service and speak to a major city audience of your choice: New York, Detroit or Milwaukee. Chat time frame is live on air for 30 minutes.



Hi, my name is Ngozi "Guzzy" Cash and I provide a platform for public figures, actors, authors, directors, financial consultants, performers, poets and entrepreneurs to promote their business, services, products and projects.

Gain wider exposure into new markets and new customers. Purchase usually applies to one city station only. But if you are booked as a call-in guest in New York on WBAI 99.5 FM's "From the Streets with Bob Law" then your guest spot is rebroadcast on Detroit's 910 AM SuperStation as an added bonus.

Pay one flat fee or installments of your choice.


Pay one flat fee $425.00 and book your radio guest spot call-in today!


Pay in 2 (two) installments of $212.50


Pay in 4 (four) installments of $106.25


Pay in 8 (eight) installments of $53.13


Pay in 16 (sixteen) installments of $26.57



Thursday, 08 April 2021 12:00

My Dada, Eric Patrick Cash

We forever celebrate the birthday week 8th - 14th April of beloved avatar

"Pat Cash."

He was, without a doubt, THE WORLD'S MOST HANDSOME MAN! He was this internally and externally.

No movie star ever came close to him. Many asked why he was not in Hollywood.

Tall, dark, handsome and charismatic with a deep commanding broadcaster's voice, "Pat Cash" was a star to everyone who saw him. Women shamelessly threw themselves at him. Mother smiled, understanding why.

He was a man who believed in the harmonious equality of religious belief within harmless, spiritual minds; and was her "guru ji" and she his.

Men realized no matter how well dressed or monied they were, they could never be him. Everyone, including movie stars, did double takes when he walked by asking "Who is that?" to which others would reply, "Don't you know the great Pat Cash?!" They called him "CashMoney," "SuperCash" and "Star!"

Eric 'Pat' Cash, Jr. was born in Nassau, the Bahamas on 8th April 1950 to Alberta Cecilia, nee’ Pettee and Eric B. Cash, Sr., high school French teacher and musician in the decades entertaineing Louie Adams band, at the exclusive Lyford Cay Club.

He learned academics from his mother, originating from Black, South India, formerly a school teacher who was lauded as "The smartest girl in these islands,"she was ready for college by age 15.

He learned music from his father, a composer, Sorborne-Paris music student and gated Lyford Cay musician who volunteered piano, multiple instruments and French lessons to underprivileged children, youth & performing adults.

He learned business from an industrious grand-mother figure, aunt “Lala,” whose shop supplied local community needs.

He learned manly arts and practical skills from his beloved “uncle ‘Mon,” an esteemed boat builder for wealthy, international clients,

He learned spirituality and philosophy from long sessions with borrowed book from private librariess, sisters, priests and teachers at Our Lady’s and at St. Augustine’s College.

Being the eldest son in a family that produced 12 children, when times were hard, because hotels were closed during off-season, he worked numerous jobs to help finance his siblings’ education. He always shared his money with his beautiful mother, who distributed it amongst her children.

He was a handsome, brave, athletically gifted young man with a booming voice, infectious laugh and a brilliant, fearlessly inquisitive, spiritual mind. Sisters at his primary school teased him that he was "a big fish in a small pond.”

In 1969 Eric Patrick Cash graduated as “Head Boy” / President of the student body from Saint Augustine’s College, Fox Hill Bahamas,


In 1973, Pat earned a Mass Communications degree at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, United States.

He interned at TV stations in Milwaukee. He worked at and received an offer from CBS Network to be news floor Director in New York City. But, he left it as a permanent job, following his heart and choosing to return home to build “a culturally rich Bahamas.”




Internationally Eric Patrick Cash applied his B.A in Mass Communications through many motion pictures visiting our islands.

He was Assistant to the Producer for the movie “Into the Blue” (2005) starring Paul Walker and Jessica Alba.

He provided production services for James Bond movie “Casino Royale” (2006) starring Daniel Craig.

He was the first ever Bahamian to hold the position of being 2nd Assistant Director of a foreign film, “Matrimonio alle Bahamas” (Wedding in the Bahamas 2007)

Unexpectedly, while working behind the scenes, he found himself starring in a “Better in the Bahamas” tourism ad broadcast live during the 2009 Miss Universe Contest, hosted in the Bahamas.


His handsome visage gave rise to a flurry of phone calls from people wanting to know “Pat, was that really you on TV, again?”


After years of production work in movies, documentaries (Murder in Paradise 2013), music videos (Shania Twain/Lionel RitchieEndless Love” 2014) and commercials (Bahamar 2015) and extensive photo shoots as THE “Fixer Supreme,” Eric Cash shifted his media attention to focus more on media driven historical and cultural education.


Back in the 70's, also after a brief stint as a high fashion model while in NYC, he returned home to work as media director for "Cumberland House," a famous nightclub listed in Playboy magazine as THE hot spot to visit in Nassau. During his tenure there, he was responsible for keeping everyone dancing the night away.

Then he put together the music sensation “Dr. Off” and produced a number of hit songs, including “Get Involved” and “Junk, Junk, Junkanoo.” Ty Fitzgerald, lead vocalist of the band received help from Pat at the behest of Ty’s cousin Munnings. Pat saw in Ty a talented poet and was enthusiastic to assist. He used all of his available resources and sister Jennifer Cash’s car for the successful project. He often said_ “Creatives need help from other Creatives.”

He believed that “each person’s GOD-given specialty made our National unity part of GOD'S  multi-Universe's "music-of-the-spheres.” Both hit songs became a rousing call to the Nation to choose more carefully, based on internal , virtues, ethics and principles.



He produced a a very special presentation "Children of Atlantis" for ZNS television. It was a unique exploration of our geographical and spiritual Atlantean heritage.

His LRU/Learning Resource Unit stint allowed welcome creative expression. There he wrote proposals for, directed, produced and hosted his own and fellow Creatives' children’s programs. One of which made him a local “star” is the televised program “It’s Academic.”

He started the "Junkanoo Arts Conservatory" dance school for disenfranchised children and later produced his own band "Cash" singing and rapping with his wife Helen S. D. Cash. Their song "Hands' Up" was a #1 hit in Freeport, Bahamas. An additional track "Light a Candle for Love" was also widely appreciated both as a soulfully conscious inspiration and instrumental track in the USA.




In this song Pat Cash delivers an unforgettable sermonette based upon ancient philosophical teachings.

Light a Candle For Love Sermonette

(Doop, Doop, Doop Doo Wop!)

We’ve Got To Be, What We’ve Got To Be.

(Do It For Love!)

We’ve Got To Do, What We’ve Got To Do.

(Doop, Doop, Doop Doo Wop!)

The Universe, Being A Process Of Dynamics

Things Which Are In Harmony Must Needs Come To Stand Still.

In Order To Transform Into A New Experience Of Harmony,

Stand Still Means Readying For A Change.

Understanding That A Bird Hatching An Egg Does Not Sing In Its Nest.

Remember, As You Crouch In A Posture Of Submission, Or Restraint,

Or Non-Assertiveness That It Is A Posture One Assumes

To Go Down Into, Or Beneath, In Order To Examine, To Repair, To Learn, To Re-energize.

And Therefore, Crouching May Be Taken As An Antecedent To Springing Out, Jumping Upon Or, Leaping Ahead.

For We’ve Got To Be What We’ve Got To Be.

And We’ve Got To Do What We’ve Got To Do.

We’ve Got To Be What We Oughta Was,

And We’ve Got To Do What We Oughta Done Do, To Be Free.

Do It, Do It, Do It.

Sing Children…


At Compass Point Studios he produced his, and song writer-poet-wife Helen's, music. He arranged and produced much unreleased music, one of which is the old anthem "Freedom Song" with Robert Palmer and Talking Heads members Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz.


In the early oughties (2000's) he wrote music for and produced "Water Water" with poet-rapper Silence, a tribute to Hurricane Katrina survivors.

Katrina hurricane art by Pat Cash



Pat Cash did not limit his efforts to strictly media endeavors. He was dedicated to promoting local socio-cultural economic independence and excellence in the Bahamas.

He reorganized the Botanical Gardens and the Produce Exchange.

At The BAIC/Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation, administered by community minded Hillary Deveaux, Eric Cash provided creative islanders of literature, arts and crafts sales opportunities and taught them “how to be a business.”

His excellent work inspired Mr. Deveaux, despite Pat’s vehement protests, to send him to work (again, for what he knew was to become a brief stint) at the Prime Minister’s Office as an Investment Promotions Officer for the Financiaa l Services Secretariat Department.

He introduced the concept of earning an independent living through expanding but not selling to the highest bidder. He argued that “in spite of being born within a narrow opportunity culture we need to slow the ‘brain drain’ on this Nation which only enhances somewhere else.” He wanted to and did create “social inventions” which would encourage and provide opportunities for “our best” to stay home and enrich our own beautiful Bahamian culture.

“Pat Cash is the future of tourism” praised Tourism Minister, The Honourable Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace, to many colleagues during his own tenure there. Pat in turn said of him “V. V-W, is the most innovative and visionary of servants to the Nations wellbeing.”

Pat enthusiastically worked in the MoT with many domestic and international businesses. As a cultural expert working with the Honourable V. V-W, he redirected the focus of the Ministry of Tourism to “support the Nation’s families and provide opportunities to the true Bahamian cultural community.”

He initiated cultural tours of junkanoo shacks, giving them tourism attracting advice and economic growth. The outcome was the delight of thousands of tourists who sent him and the Ministry notes/faxes/e-mails saying “thank you for Pat Cash,” “had a great time becaue of Pat Cash” and “Pat Cash made our vacation the most interesting and exciting_ ever.” Needless to say there have been many return visits.

In fact, jis dedication created worldwide, copycat “junkanoo” programmes in many international colleges & universes enhancing their students graduation “credits” for learning our most simplistic junkanoo patterns and “riddims.” Many of these have expressed a strong desire to participate in and even rate in a true junkanoo “rushout.”


Over the decades Pat wrote more and more music, poetry, articles, plans and proposals for creating a just and peaceful Nation. He espoused the belief that “We are part of the world, and must promote global unity through cultural equality.” He worked to create appreciation without exploitation among Bahamians. He said that, “Without the interference of personal or special interest we could all experience selfless, harmonious cultural exchanges amongst each other and our world-wide tourists.”

He organized many youths in an ethic of community themed junkanoo and was an esteemed "Cultural Consultant" for fairs and festivals.

                         Eric Patrick Cash the The Legend Joseph Spence

Eric Patrick Cash appreciating and interviewing international, Bahamian legend Joseph Spence, circa early 1980's

He voluntarily initiated and was director of many free culturally oriented after school programs and self-reliant programs and opportunities for teen mothers and recidivist youths.

Pat worked with Hon. Daniel Johnson, Minister of Youth Sports and Culture who gave encouragement and entrée to Pats Culture Clubb after school program at Gerald Cash Primary School. He was encouraged in these efforts by the astute counselor Ms. Shelly Small who appreciated his patience, listening skills and concrete encouragement to fourth and sixth graders.

During this time he wrote and produced, with his production assistant, musician and IT daughter Ngozi "Guzzy" Cash, the song "No Bullying Allowed." The children took the lyrics given them, created their own beat and the result is the joyful song below.

Even after a grueling 2-4 hour stint as a "favorite" BahamaHost Lecturer, teaching Bahamaian history and culture, he volunteered his time, walking long distances (having no transportation) to faithfully conduct after school sessions. In these free after school programs he happily taught Bahamian culture to 6 to 12 year olds. They in turn loved him, affectionately calling him “Cashmoney” and making up happy songs about him during his school field trips. They are sure to miss him.


                                  Eric Patrick Cash before a school field trip


Another children’s program he organized and directed was “Flamingo Soccer Academy” for girls and boys with volunteer coaches at Carmichael Community Centre. Here is where skill-in-action and teamwork ethics were taught to our children. Later it became The Fyre Byrds Soccer Club.


Businessman Juan Bacardi sponsored this team. His young son visited, played with and even celebrated a birthday party with the delighted team and friends. They were staunch participants. 

The Rotary Club of Nassau sponsored team merchandise.

Additionally Pat Cash initiated a Flamingo Tennis Academy program for school children after Phys. Ed. teachers complained that their “couch potato” students lacked "physical co-ordination." So, renowned tennis pro’s Bradley Roberts and Juan Bacardi’s Lyford Cay Tennis Club instructors volunteered their Saturdays. They happily worked at improving eye/hand co-ordination and teaching students the basics of tennis. Some students discovered they were naturally gifted tennis players. The photos below, were taken by Pat Cash.







Eric Patrick Cash, "Headboy" / President of the student body

at his SAC Class of '69's 50 year Reunion, May 2019



Pat, Willie and "Sweet Lou" at "Willie's place," May 2019





 Just before his unexpected crossing-over-behind-the-veil, Pat Cash was seeking sponsorship, funds and pre-orders for self-publishing book one and two of the children’s trilogy he wrote and illustrated. He left behind historical poetry, numerous manuscripts and art. He primarily focused on producing his “No Bullying Allowed” campaign, offering multi-media products in the form of social media videos, downloadable MP3 songs and ebooks. These provide students, teachers, parents and children of all ages with the behavioral and restorative therapy necessary for any stable society. His immediate family has pledged to continue his legacy as he outlined it.

Click images below to read sample chapter from book two of his Dilly Trilogy



  Oh, how we LOVE and MISS you dearest Eric Patrick Cash.

We know that you are with GOD in true Satlok, that highest heaven and better place than this you touched with GOD'S grace.

Dedication from my dearest Mother and his beloved wife Helen to:

World Server, Nation builder, my Bff/best-friend-for-life and beyond, best husband & treasured, GOD-loving soul, avatar, heroe and multitalented Eric Patrick “PAT” Cash, resident of true SATLOK since 22 May, 2020­. I dedicate this poem to you to rid my grief soothe my loss of GOD’S gift to the multi-universes:

"My love," you've not gone. You've flown home.

Here, you lived_ "Sat naam,"Sar nam"_ loaned.

Thank YOU “Immortal GOD,” Most Divine,

For YOUR gift to this World_ so kind;

For our true, everlasting love,

YOU bestowed 'pon us, from above.

Eric Patrick Cash

8 April 1950-22 May 2020


Sunday, 03 January 2021 19:42

Alicia Breeze

Minister, musician, creator, speaker and writer Alicia Breeze spoke with Damilola Eyiwunmi, host of the popular podcast @JustDamie on the dangers of being trapped in abusive Narcissistic relationships.

Through her personal testimony and articulate perspective on God and faith Alicia Breeze has empowered and equipped many people to escape all things Narcissism naturally, practically and Spiritually.

This podcast is a powerful discussion of self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-determination which (despite the pops and clicks of technical difficulties) will be heard loud and clear! Reboot your life with Alicia's New Years message



Sunday, 03 January 2021 19:48

Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta

I don't normally delve into politics. My forte is promoting education and entertainment projects, artists and entrepreneurs. But sometimes critical times call for critical measures and so this Saturday 2nd of January 2021, my publicity skills called for me to book Philadelphia state Representative Malcolm Kenyatta on "From
the Streets with Bob Law" WBAI 99.9 FM NYC.

Host Bob Law interviewed Representative Kenyatta about his valiant efforts to defend voter's rights and expose voter suppression when the Pennsylvania State Legislators (Committee on Election Integrity) tried to pass a Bill allowing candidates running in the election to block, by subpoena, mail-in ballots; and also subpoena election officials while they are running.
You can see this moment in history here:

Listen to the interview here for a better understanding of what was at stake and what Brother Malcolm did to prevent this travesty:

Representative Malcolm Kenyatta currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Philadelphia Delegation and as a member of the Governor’s Taskforce on Suicide Prevention and a host of committee leadership positions.
As a legislator, he has championed proposals to address generational poverty, raise the minimum wage, protect workers' rights, increase access to mental healthcare, common-sense measures to address gun violence, and protect our digital infrastructure.

Sunday, 03 January 2021 20:00

Voice Talent

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