Kumasi or Oseikrom's cherished veteran highlife musician Nana Tuffour and 'Rap Doctor', Okyeame Kwame were a delight to watch at the Golden Tulip Hotel, as they thrilled dedicated fans to over two hours of performances during the launch of Orijin Bitters and spirit mixed drink over the weekend.

Nana Tuffour opened the night with his evergreen music including the hugely popular, 'Abeiku'. He got both the young and old crowd grooving to his distinct highlife tunes. Okyeame Kwame also gave fans a live band rendition of hit songs including ' Wo So', 'Woara', 'Faithful' and more.  The two also united on stage for a once in a lifetime live remix of 'Abeiku' much to the delight of the crowd.

The event was to launch 2 new products from Guinness Ghana Brewery Limited. The two products, Orijin bitters and Orijin spirit mixed drink were launched with culture, pomp and pageantry. Orijin spirit mixed drink is an alcoholic blend with the flavours of African herbs and fruits, combined to give a refreshing bitter-sweet taste and wonderful feeling of satisfaction. While the bitters is a herbal-based spirit.

The event hosted by Nana Asaase was full of poetry recital and cultural performances. There were exciting musical performances by two of Kumasi’s most cherished musicians, namely Nana Tuffour and Okyeame Kwame. The launch was supported by some local chiefs and Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister, Joseph Yamin.

Speaking at the launch, executives from Guinness Ghana Brewery Limited the company has a tradition of continuously delivering great brands to consumers and Orijin is a quality brand that will not only bring excitement to consumers but also give them the opportunity to connect with their heritage. It is a vibrant yet rooted brand – a celebration of modern African culture which embodies all that is alive and exciting in Ghana today.