With the lockdown slowly easing its restrictions, let’s raise a glass to the decisiveness of our President and all South Africans for answering the call and staying home. We've all helped to #FlattenTheCurve.

During this time of social distancing, we've all found new ways to connect with our friends and family. Now, you can get your favourite Inverroche Gins delivered right to your door using one of their trusted drinks delivery partners. It’s time to toast to our resilience during this challenging time and celebrate with our number ones.

Inverroche Gin range with a floral background

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Which One Is Your Favourite?

Inverroche Gin Amber

Infused with fynbos from the coastal region and dunes of the Cape Floral Kingdom, Inverroche Gin Amber is a rich and aromatic, amber coloured gin with fresh citrus, slight juniper, sweet toffee apples and delicate floral notes which intertwine to deliver a dry, woody finish.

Click here to see their signature serve Amber G&T recipe.

Inverroche Gin Amber

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Inverroche Gin Classic

Infused with fynbos from the limestone-rich soils of the low lands of the Cape Floral Kingdom, Inverroche Gin Classic is crispy and dry with upfront green, grassy juniper notes which blend seamlessly with a bouquet of soft flowers on the nose. Redolent of summer citrus, rose petals and assertive florals, delivering a clean, dry and spicy finish.

Click here to see their signature serve Classic G&T recipe.

Inverroche Gin Classic

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Inverroche Gin Verdant

Infused with fynbos from the mountainous terrain of the Cape Floral Kingdom, Inverroche Gin Verdant is floral and soft with a translucent golden-green hue. Delicate aromas reminiscent of elderflower and chamomile, lead to summer blooms, a touch of spice, subtle juniper, waxy lemon rind and alluring liquorice on the palate.

Click here to see their signature serve Verdant G&T recipe.

Inverroche Gin Verdant

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Place Your Order Online Now

Decided on which gin you'd like to have delivered to your door? Now, all you have to do is order it online and await its arrival. You can get yours delivered by one of their trusted drinks delivery partners:

For More Information

For more information, visit their website at www.inverroche.com.

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Disclaimer: Please shop, drink and enjoy responsibly. Refer to lockdown regulations regarding the sale of alcohol during level 3. 

Southside Cocktail

Are you a fan of mojitos as well as gin? Then you'll definitely love this Southside Cocktail recipe. This cocktail is also known as a gin-style mojito. Also known as a mojito, gin-style. Not only is it super refreshing and delicious, but it's quite easy to make! Here's a Southside Cocktail recipe by Geoffrey Zakarian via Food Network:

Ingredients:

Method:

  1. Combine the gin, lime juice, sugar syrup and mint sprig in a shaker.
  2. Add some ice cubes and shake vigorously.
  3. Strain into a chilled martini glass.
  4. Garnish with one mint leaf, smacked to release the oils, floating on top of the cocktail.

Quick sugar syrup recipe by BBC Good Food:

Source: www.foodnetwork.com

southside cocktail

Southside Cocktail from The Food Network by Geoffrey Zakarian.

French 75 Cocktail

Ever thought of mixing gin with champagne? You can combine these two favourites into one glass and sip away on a French 75 cocktail. It's just like a mimosa, but lighter. This is usually an absolute hit at most social gatherings, but since we're all in lockdown, there's nothing wrong with making a jug all for yourself! Take a look at this easy recipe by Amanda Formaro on Amanda's Cookin':

Ingredients:

Method:

  1. Using a paring knife or a zester, slice peel from lemon, going all the way around to create a long spiral.
  2. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add gin, lemon juice and simple syrup. Shake vigorously for 20 seconds.
  3. Strain into a chilled champagne flute and top with Brut.
  4. Curl lemon peel around a wooden spoon or your finger to create a long twist.
  5. Garnish drink with twist and serve immediately.

Source: amandascookin.com

French 75 Cocktail bu Amanda's Cookin'

French 75 Cocktail by Amanda's Cookin'. Image by Amanda's Cookin'.

Pink Lady Cocktail

How about a pink cocktail to lift your spirits? Try this Pink Lady Gin cocktail recipe from BBC Good Food. It's perfect if you're planning a Zoom hangout with your girlfriends or simply just want to enjoy something on the sweet side.

Ingredients:

Method:

  1. Put two cocktail glasses in the fridge to chill. Pour the gin and grenadine into a cocktail shaker, then fill with ice. Shake until the outside of the shaker feels ice-cold. Strain the mixture into a jug, discarding the ice.
  2. Tip the egg white into the shaker and pour in the gin mixture. Shake well until the egg white is frothy – you can also do this in a food processor or using a hand blender, if you like.
  3. Pour the cocktail into the prepared glasses.
  4. Skewer the cherries onto cocktail sticks, if using, then use to garnish the glasses along with the lemon zest, if you like.

Tip: Homemade Grenadine

Source: www.bbcgoodfood.com

Pink Lady Cocktail

Pink Lady Cocktail recipe by Miriam Nice via BBC Good Food. Image by BBC Good Food.

Spiced G&T

Not looking for a pretty cocktail? If you enjoy drinking your G&T as is with a few flavoured elements, then try this Spiced G&T from BBC Good Food. This twist on a G&T is perfect to enjoy before or after a hearty winter warmer meal and looks absolutely fabulous and refreshing.

Ingredients:

To garnish:

Method:

  1. Put a large handful of ice in a big glass, then pour over 50ml cardamom-spiced gin.
  2. Crush 2-3 whole cardamom pods so they just split open and drop those in too.
  3. Pour over 100ml classic tonic water, then garnish with fresh or dried rose petals.

Source: www.bbcgoodfood.com

Spiced G&T

Spiced G&T recipe by Miriam Nice via BBC Good Food. Image by BBC Good Food.

Before Summer Ends...

The city's sun-baked afternoons are starting to cool down. Autumn is certainly fast approaching. And to make the most of the last days of summer while watching our beloved Joburg shift from hues of purple and green to a regal gold and auburn, why not visit Flames Restaurant at The Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff and delight your taste buds with their refreshing limited 4 All Seasons: Summer Edition Gin?

Distilled and bottled solely for Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff by Ol’ Jimmy’s Microbrewery and Nano-distillery, this unique gin delight is an infusion of juniper, coriander, angelica, lemon, orris and pomegranate. And for the perfect pairing, serve and enjoy with Fitch & Leedes Pink Tonic and pomegranate. The gin's alcohol content is 43%.

There's no better way to say goodbye to summer and hello to autumn than with some of the best views in the city, while sipping on a 4 All Seasons: Summer Edition G&T at The Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff.

For More Information

For more information about the Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, visit www.fourseasons.com.

You can contact them on 011 481 6000 or [email protected].

Don't forget to like and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay up to date with the latest news, events, offers and more.

The Best Place To Be This Summer

Make the most of the city's sun-baked afternoons by cooling off with the refreshingly new limited 4 All Seasons: Spring Edition Gin, at Flames Restaurant.

Distilled and bottled solely for Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff by Ol’ Jimmy’s Microbrewery and Nano-distillery, this unique gin delight is an infusion of butterfly blue pea flower, lime blossom and jasmine. As tonic is added, the vivid blue spirit melts into violet – the perfect celebration of the purple blaze that transforms the city as Jacaranda trees burst into bloom.

As the best view of the city is undeniably at the Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, the hotel has launched two inspired offerings, exclusive to Flames Restaurant, in spirit of Jacaranda season.

Jacaranda Aperitivo Afternoons

From R275 per person, Flames invites you to sample the signature G&T or one of the four bespoke cocktails crafted by local mixologists – Molecular Bars. Heighten this experience with a choice of two canapés or sharing plates. Indulge in the divine menu by Chef Keith Frisley, which includes baked purple figs with brie and hazel nuts; and salmon tataki, avocado and coriander pesto served with crudité. The Jacaranda Aperitivo Afternoon will run from Friday, 04 October 2019 until Sunday, 08 December 2019 between 15:00 and 18:00 at Flames Restaurant.

Westcliff Jacaranda

Friday Jacaranda Lunch

For a gastronomical experience like no other, Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff welcomes guests to the Friday Jacaranda Lunch, which will be served between 11:00 and 15:00. At R595 per person, Flames Restaurant offers a buffet of seasonal cold appetizers followed by an a-la-carte main course and a selection of desserts from their master pastry chefs. With drinks packages offered to large groups, the Friday Jacaranda Lunch is the ideal choice for a memorable end-of-the-year celebration. The Jacaranda Lunch will run every Friday until 06 December 2019.

For those not wanting to take part in the two Jacaranda specials, Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff encourages guests to visit Pre-View bar or Après Spa, where Chef Daniel Payne has specially prepared a tempting array of dishes and cocktails to complement the season.

Celebrate the change of season at Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff. Indulge in a Jacaranda Gin cocktail overlooking the purple canopy of the city and start the slow unwind to the festive season, in style.

Westcliff Jacaranda

Book Now

Reservations for both Jacaranda Specials are highly recommended. Make bookings through  www.flamesrestaurant.co.za or by calling 011 481 6000.

#FSJohannesburg #fsjoburgjacaranda #allaboutyou

For More Information

For more information about the Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, visit www.fourseasons.com.

You can contact them on 011 481 6000 or [email protected].

Don't forget to like and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay up to date with the latest news, events, offers and more.

What Is It?

The Gin and Tonic Festival returns to Joburg in 2019. However, this time your host is Victoria Yards in Lorentzville. But, you can still expect all the best boutique gins from across the county.

Come and enjoy your old favourites, as well as brand new craft gins to taste. A number of international brands will also be on display to delight your senses. Besides the flow of G & T, you can expect live music, artisan food stalls and more at the Gin and Tonic Festival 2019.

Tickets sell out fast, so don't hesitate to get yours! We'll see you there.

When Is It?

Saturday, 30 November 2019 from 11:00 - 18:00.

Where Is It?

Victoria Yards, 16 Viljoen Street, Lorentzville, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Tickets cost:

Early Bird tickets - R135 per person

General Admission tickets - R165 per person

You can also get group packages for up to eight people.

Click here to get your tickets.

For More Information

Follow them on Facebook for more information - facebook.com/ginandtonicfestival

Details: [email protected]