It was the perfect way to introduce something exciting to the city – an exclusive party on a Thursday night that allowed those attending to let their hair down and just have fun.
Tullamore DEW is the new hot topic of conversation among those who enjoy their whiskey – an Irish tipple produced by William Grant & Sons, it is one of the largest selling brands of Irish whiskey across the globe; a new entry to the Kenyan market that is certainly going to find its place.
The action went down at the Nyama Mama Delta restaurant and was graced by the brand’s global ambassador John Quinn. He has over 30 years experience in whiskey distillation, blending and overall craftsmanship around whiskey from grain to glass.
Nairobi’s burgeoning middle class is growing ever more sophisticated and developing a palate that is constantly searching for something a little different, a little bit more adventurous. Tullamore is definitely worth a shot (…or three!)
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