If you were looking for a Jamhuri Day eve plan, Tapas Bar culture that happens every Wednesday was probably your best bet.
For the latest edition, Diageo owned Tanqueray Gin partnered with Spanish bar and restaurant, Tapas Ceviche and Nairobi Prime for the first ever Bloom party.
The "summer party" was a one-of-a-kind experience with a special performance from DJ Big Bear, DJ Stone,DJ Yung Parl and Radio Presenter Wanjira Longauer.
As is the usual theme for Bar culture, Tanqueray gin partnered with Tapas to create a customized gin cocktail menu for the night. From the Dirty Dead Pool to the Pan's shadow, the drinks were creative and delicious.
Francis Owino,Head of Mixology,Tapas
Dj Stone, DJ Big Bear and DJ Yung Parl
Mwanaume ni Effort's Murunga and Alvin
“At Diageo Reserve, we are committed to support our key trade partners and mutually create value by growing cocktail culture and fine drinking through World Class drinking experiences,” said Waitherero Githu, the East African Breweries Reserve Execution Manager.
Stella Achi, Wanjira and Andrew Musoke Soke
Ivy, Angela Wambui and Kui
Ivy Mondo, Elvis Kibe and Olive Njeri
Among bartenders, Tanqueray is known to be the best for a great gin and tonic. The original Tanqueray Gin has an elegance that sets it apart from the rest and a flavour that shines in sophisticated cocktails and vibrant gin and tonics.