Gin lovers, rise up! There’s a brand new gin to get excited about, and not only because it’s distilled and bottled locally, and particularly easy on the eye. But this gin pays tribute to the majestic rhino, and supports conservation efforts…
Introducing Cape Town Black Rhino Gin, boasting a blackcurrant-like, herbaceous flavour with a slightly sweet after taste. It’s flavoured with renosterbos (rhino bush) and buchu, which is indigenous to the Western Cape habitat where the black rhino used to roam 270 years ago.
This gin will add some spunk to your next G&T with its olive green colour and citrus, pepper and liquorice notes, offering a taste of what it is to be South African.
This edition to the Cape Town Gin & Spirits Company celebrates the vibrant diversity and inspiring creative energy of the Mother City, and forms part of the award-winning range of Cape Town Classic Dry Gin, Cape Town The Pink Lady Gin and the Cape Town Rooibos Red Gin.
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Taking home a bottle of this exquisite Black Rhino Gin means that you’ll be helping The Boucher Legacy (@theboucherlegacy) in their efforts to place our rhinos in safe hands. According to their website, three rhinos are poached every day in South Africa and these creatures are sadly heading towards extinction.
Headed up by former South African cricketer Mark Boucher, The Boucher Legacy was founded in 2012 when he retired from international cricket and turned his passion and commitment to wildlife conservation. The core focus of this legacy is: Prosecution, Conservation and Education.