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Honey-flavoured drink launched in Kenya

Kenya is the second market across Diageo to launch Baileys Delight after Guinness Nigeria

In Summary

• Baileys Delight blends cream and the luscious taste of African honey

EABL managing director Jane Karuku, head of innovations Joyce Kibe and marketing director Graham Tuthill.
EABL managing director Jane Karuku, head of innovations Joyce Kibe and marketing director Graham Tuthill.
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Kenya Breweries Limited recently launched Baileys Delight, a delicious liquid that blends cream and the luscious taste of African honey to offer a unique taste experience. The product is from the makers of Baileys Original Irish Cream.

Speaking during the launch in Nairobi, KBL managing director Jane Karuku the product reinforces the company’s commitment to breakthrough innovation that will expand consumer experience.

Kenya is the second market across Diageo to launch Baileys Delight after Guinness Nigeria.

Also present at the launch was EABL head of innovations Joyce Kibe, marketing and innovation Graham Villiers Tuthill and a performance by Kenyan music trio Elani.

EABL head of sustainability Arnolda Shiundu and group corporate relations director Eric Kiniti
EABL head of sustainability Arnolda Shiundu and group corporate relations director Eric Kiniti
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Jumia Party MD Shreenal Ruparelia and Karuku
Jumia Party MD Shreenal Ruparelia and Karuku
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Elani performs at the launch
Elani performs at the launch
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EABL innnovations directors Victoria Mbugua, Senorine Wasike and Nduta Mbugua
EABL innnovations directors Victoria Mbugua, Senorine Wasike and Nduta Mbugua
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Exact Experiential MD Rachael Mwirigi and John Kabugi
Exact Experiential MD Rachael Mwirigi and John Kabugi
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