Embark on a Gin-tastic Adventure in Cape Town

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Cape Town is famous for its beautiful vineyards and delicious wine, but it also has an exciting gin scene that’s captivating the attention of discerning gin enthusiasts. With a plethora of gin-tasting adventures, each providing something exceptional and unique, we’ve compiled a list of the top gin tasting spots in Cape Town that promise exceptional gin and unforgettable experiences.

The Top Gin Tasting Spots in Cape Town

  1. Kiff Kombi Tour ‘The Gin Jol’

The Kiff Kombi Gin Jol offers an unforgettable excursion through the charming streets of Cape Town, visiting three marvelous gin distilleries. Starting at the Yours Truly Cafe on Kloof Street, this gin-tasting adventure will satiate your taste buds with perfectly paired biltong, nuts, and chocolates.

  1. The Innocent Spirits Distillery

Nestled in Maitland, the Innocent Spirits Distillery is a haven for gin and rum connoisseurs. The tasting tour provides guests with an immersive experience, showcasing the distilling process, from fermentation to the creation of high-quality liquor. Innocent Spirits’ Cape Botanical gins will leave you in awe of the artistry behind gin-making.

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  1. Woodstock Gin Company

At Woodstock Gin Co, sophistication and rebellion collide. Embrace the unexpected and indulge your untamed nature in a one-of-a-kind gin-tasting journey. Immerse yourself in Cape Town’s eclectic culture and atmosphere, while savoring signature Woodstock G&Ts and mouthwatering cocktails paired with delightful garnishes and bites.

  1. Cape Town Gin

With its award-winning gins and masterful gin experiences, the Cape Town Gin Company is perfect for friends eager to learn and enjoy themselves. Set against the stunning backdrop of the V&A Waterfront, the gin tasting session features four original flavors: Rooibos Red, Classic Dry, Pink Lady, and Black Rhino, each paired with unique garnishes.

  1. Jorgensen’s Gin, Wellington

Don’t miss out on Jorgensen’s Gin, a premium gin distillery located on the beautiful Versailles Farm in Wellington. The owner, Quinn Roos, infuses botanicals and aromatics into each batch of gin, crafted with a restored 200-litre copper pot. Tantalize your senses and deepen your appreciation for gin as you immerse yourself in the art of distilling, leaving you with a newfound admiration for the bygone era of gin-making.

Gin enthusiasts will undoubtedly be enthralled by Cape Town’s vibrant gin scene. From delectable accompaniments to intriguing distillery tours, Cape Town offers a gin-tasting adventure that provides something exceptional and unique. Gather your friends and embark on an unforgettable gin journey in the heart of Cape Town!

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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