#HLDiscovery: Markets, Balm and Burgers
This is what's on our #HLDiscovery radar this week.
Whether you love getting your hands dirty while gardening, enjoying some retail therapy at a market or sipping on a chilled glass of white wine on a warm summer evening, this week's #HLDiscovery list has something for you.
1. SoyLites Gardening Balm
Gardening is one of life's little pleasures. Nurturing and caring for something and seeing its beauty enhance your space is a special kind of reward - but it comes at a price. Spending time in the sun digging, pruning, watering and handling all sorts of tools can take its toll on your hands. To help look after them, SoyLites has created an Everyday Gardening Balm that is infused with rosehip and shea butter to effectively soften calluses and moisturise parched fingers and palms. It also contains lemongrass, lavender and neroli to refresh the skin and the senses.
READ MORE: #HLDiscovery: Cold Brew, Wine and Decor.
2. Haute Cabrière's New Packaging
It has been almost 25 years since the Von Arnim family launched the iconic Haute Cabrière wine range, which has firmly established itself in the South African wine industry. As all sucessful brands do to stay on top of their game, Haute Cabrière is evolving with an exciting packaging upgrade. Taking its cue from its famous Cabrière Chardonnay Pinot Noir’s distinct golden yellow screwcap, the winery has decided to make this signature yellow the Haute Cabrière brand colour. Not only is the hue eye-catching and playful, it is synonymous with one of Haute Cabrière's most successful wines.
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3. Gibson's Burgers and Milkshakes
Anyone in Cape Town knows that if you're looking for a delicious gourmet burger, Gibson's at the V&A Waterfront is a must-visit. Now the burger bar is reaching for new heights with a record 217 gourmet milkshakes and 47 burger options. These form part of Gibson's new menu, whose wide variety of offerings means there is something for everyone. On the burger front, choose from its famous beef, chicken, pork or vegetarian patties. And as for the milkshakes, there are fat-free, vegan, yoghurt and frozen yoghurt options, as well as adult and 'freek' milkshakes to try. See the full Gibson's menu here.
READ MORE: #HLDiscovery: Chefs, Beer and Gin
4. The Irene Village Market
This year, the Irene Village Market in Olifantsfontein is celebrating its 30th birthday. Open every first and last Saturday of the month at the Big Red Barn, the market is a great way for the famliy to spend a Saturday. Only orginal arts and crafts are traded here, including handmade products that are proudly South African. There are also plenty of activites, such as Acrobranch and Segways for the kids, as well as mountain bike routes and trail runs. And, since the market is dog friendly, you can bring your furry family to join, too.