WILD ROSE Fynbos Gin 750ml - an exquisite creation by Jorgensens Distillery, capturing the untamed essence of Africa's diverse botanical wonders in every drop. Crafted in small batches with utmost care, this gin takes you on a journey through the kaleidoscope of precious African botanicals, providing a truly unique and unforgettable drinking experience.
Made from locally hand-harvested buchu, honey bush, and confetti bush, WILD ROSE Fynbos Gin showcases the purest and finest flavors of these native ingredients, bringing to life the vibrant spirit of summer in every sip.
TASTING NOTES: Indulge your senses with a crystal-clear, deep, and complex gin, where the juniper notes take center stage, harmoniously accompanied by a fragrant aromatic bouquet with hints of delightful orange zest.
SERVING SUGGESTION: To relish the full splendor of WILD ROSE Fynbos Gin, we recommend serving it in classic gin-and-tonic style. Pour it over ice and add tonic water for a refreshingly crisp and balanced drink that will awaken your taste buds.
For those who savor the sophistication of a martini, delight in the magic by combining two parts of WILD ROSE Fynbos Gin with half a part of vermouth. Strain this delectable mixture over ice cubes into a martini glass and let its rich flavors mesmerize you. Enhance the experience with a dash of bitters and garnish with olives or a twist of lemon zest for a touch of elegance.
Jorgensens Distillery, founded in 1994 by the esteemed pioneer and master distiller, Roger Jorgensen, holds the esteemed honor of being the first private distillery in South Africa after the era of prohibition in the 1960s. With a legacy deeply rooted in craftsmanship and passion, the distillery continues to set new standards in the craft spirit industry, and WILD ROSE Fynbos Gin stands testament to this timeless commitment to excellence.
Indulge in the essence of Africa with every sip of WILD ROSE Fynbos Gin. Let the flavors transport you to the untamed beauty of the continent and experience the epitome of gin perfection created by Jorgensens Distillery.