Inverroche ‘By Nature’ Gin Academy
Experience the art of alchemy and create your very own Inverroche inspired Gin at Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff Johannesburg!
The Inverroche ‘By Nature’ Gin Academy celebrates the relationship between brand and nature, encouraging the community to connect with nature – seeking a deeper understanding and appreciation for the natural world. Distilling gin is a time-honoured tradition and the diversity of the spirit is not to be underestimated. It is now made available to you ‘On The Hill’ at the Four Seasons from Wednesday to Sunday from 1030 to 1330hrs or from 1630 to 1930hrs.
It is the unique ingredients, depth of flavour and uncompromising commitment to sustainability that has made the Inverroche Distillery in Still Bay what it is today – it’s a kind of African Alchemy!
Book your Inverroche Gin School Experience at Four Seasons at R 1,250 per person and engage in a magical journey connecting with the elements of nature, botanicals, flavour and colour!
The experience includes a welcome cocktail on arrival, a two-hour Gin distillation class, two additional drinks during the class, pass around Canapes and of course your own personalised 500ml Gin Bottle !
Book now via Dineplan ! For more information or to make a reservation via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (011) 481 6000.
WATCH THE FULL INVERROCHE ‘BY NATURE’ CAMPAIGN VIDEO HERE.
Inverroche was founded by Lorna Scott in December 2011 in the southern Cape coastal village of Still Bay, at the tip of the African continent, where it has gone from a small home industry to the largest South African artisanal Gin brand in just 10 short years. The portfolio includes a core range of three variants of gin, two limited edition gins, two rums and three liqueurs and is already available in 30 countries on 4 continents. What differentiates the brand is its use of rare, indigenous flora, known as “Fynbos” from the Western Cape, which grows nowhere else on the planet. “Fynbos” has long been used by indigenous people for medicinal and culinary purposes but is now under threat due to agricultural development and invasive alien plants. Lorna felt that one way of preserving this unique biome would be to find a sustainable, commercial use for it and to create a global brand which would tell the story of these historically significant plants which contributed to the survival and emergence of modern humans.