Lillian Muli is a news anchor at citizen tv which part of the Royal Media Services. She is one of the highest paid news anchors earning over Kshs 250,000 per month. With such a high salary, it is not hard to spot her rewarding herself by enjoying some of the finer things in life such as very expensive drinks.
Recently, Lillian Muli who goes by the name Nzisa on twitter posted a photo which showed her drinking a Tanqueray London dry gin. The gin is not cheap and a 750 ml retails at Kshs 3,000. The gin Lillian Muli was drinking was invented in the 1830s by a man known as Charles Tanqueray, who was not afraid to mix up brave ideas in his own unique style. He invented a gin recipe that is still celebrated today by the likes of Lillian Muli.
After posting the photo she wrote, "My take on Tanqueray London dry gin is that Juniper is the predominant character on the nose. Juniper is a culinary herb that has a woody and spicy aroma. Tonqueray London dry is an age old classic."
The juniper berries shown below are used to add flavour to drinks. Probably, the Tanqueray London dry gin has some juniper berries for adding some flavour.
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