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Be classically South African with Wixworth Gin this festive season

The festive season is a time for embracing tradition and all the classics that bring Christmas to life – from the tree to the decorations, to the carols, food and drinks of course! This Christmas, why not celebrate in a classic, truly South African way by adding the original Wixworth Gin to your festive celebrations.

Every sip conjures up thoughts of vast South African landscapes, with scents of earthiness, the fresh dewy florals of the veld and the sun beaten aroma of steamy thatched roofs. Wixworth Gin is a sensory exploration through its subtle flavours and aromas that unmistakably represent South Africa and will be the timeless classic on your drinks table whether you’re bush, beach, city or mountain-based these holiday.

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You can buy them from most liquor stores for about R299.

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