The 24th edition of Koroga Festival wasn’t only about epic musical performances, but it also played host to delicious food to match.
The festival, which took place on Sunday saw consumers enjoy whisky infused food, art and memorable performances from various artists at Uhuru Gardens.
Singleton created an immersive experience that took consumers through a journey of the different qualities that define the single-malt whisky. Drawing from its inspiration from the ethos of the Arts and Crafts Movement, a movement that celebrated craftsmanship and detail, the whisky sought to elevate the ‘Made of Taste’ experience through partnering with restaurants and art studios to deliver the Singleton Street.
“We have partnered with the Brew Bistro to create a one-of-a-kind street food menu with The Singleton TM. Chef Hector Sanchez has created a different food experience that our consumers enjoy at every Koroga” said EABL Head of Spirits Annjoy Muhoro.
The Singleton also partnered with artist Micheal Luande to create an Art section where various artists did live caricatures and showcased their art pieces.
“The Singleton Single Malts are perfectly balanced and crafted to deliver immediately enjoyable whisky experiences that are accessible and appealing to both newcomers and whisky connoisseurs. Our art and food section; coupled with the cocktail bar sought to offer different elements in which our consumers can enjoy whisky,” said Sarah Otieno, EABL Shop Manager.