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Celebrate the resurgence of rum with this Rum Manhattan recipe
This cocktail mixes rum and vermouth to make a smooth summertime drink
White Rabbit ‘Wonderland’ gin cocktail
Don’t be late for a very important date, and by 'date', we mean 'drink'
Queen of Hearts ‘Red Queen’ gin cocktail
It's entirely bonkers but we'll tell you a secret, all the best drinks are
Mad Hatter ‘Time for Tea’ gin cocktail
There's nothing we like better than a cuppa – except, perhaps, a Hendrick's Gin tea-based cocktail
Alice in Wonderland ‘Paint the Roses Red’ gin cocktail
This fantastical Hendrick's Gin concoction will have you feeling curiouser and curiouser
Beautiful, whimsical and a little bit mad… this delightfully peculiar Hendrick’s Gin cocktail, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, will leave you tumbling down the rabbit hole into indulgent bliss. ‘paint the roses red’ gin cocktail Ingredients 38ml Hendrick’s Gin  12ml rose liqueur 3 raspberri
Slow tequila cocktail
Make this your go-to cocktail for relaxed summertime entertaining
New beginnings at Broad Valley farm
Under new ownership since 2009, Broad Valley has blossomed into one of the most exciting cool-climate vineyards in the Western Cape
Get ready for the annual Season of Sauvignon
No less than 13 wine farms in the Durvanville Wine Valley are coming together to show off their best Sauvignon Blanc wines
Organic gin comes to South Africa with Profumi D’Italia
Crafted in the sought-after style of a London Dry, this premium gin offers the intriguing complexity of Mediterranean botanicals
The Gin Box, SA’s first craft gin club
Discover a new local gin every month with this innovative concept
If you like the idea of having a new local gin delivered to your door every month, look no further than The Gin Box, South Africa’s first craft gin club. Founded by Jean Buckham who recognised an appetite for the spirit in SA, this innovative concept gives gin lovers the opportunity to sample a multitude of locally produced craft gins and tonics from a host of different brands. ‘Gin has long been enjoyed in South Africa and, for decades, we have been drinking many imported British gins because, up until recently, we had never really “South Africanised” it,’ says Jean. ‘In addition, gin had always been drunk w
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