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Smiths South African Dry Craft Gin

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Smiths - South African Spice    Dry Craft Gin - 750ml
A London Dry gin with a hint of South Africa's unique take on Indian cuisine. Smiths Spice brings rich and robust botanicals of cumin, cinnamon, coriander, cardamom, clove, bay leaf and black pepper to the more traditional juniper. Taking you on a vibrant journey of flavour.

To be relished with your favourite premium tonic, iced tea or kombucha and garnish with cinnamon.

Features:
- Strong versatile spice flavours that be added into cold or hot beverages
- Can be enjoyed on the rocks as a sipping gin or with sparkling or still water as a reduced-sugar option

Smiths - South African Citrus     Dry Craft Gin - 750ml
Simply put, an explosion of refreshing citrus. We use fresh orange, grapefruit and lemon along with our coriander and juniper base botanicals. And it makes all the difference.

Delight in this delicious gin with your favourite premium tonic or grapefruit soda.

Features:
- Explosion of refreshing citrus perfect for sunny afternoons
- Easily mixed with your favourite tonic or juice and perfect in a Negroni
- Can be enjoyed with sparkling or still water as a reduced-sugar option
- Share of sales funds hospitality industry bursaries

Smiths - South African Elderflower Dry Craft Gin - 750ml
If there is one word to describe this gin it is 'elegant.' Elderflower, elderberry, angelica, coriander and juniper interlaces to create a perfect balance of aroma and flavour.

Effortlessly paired with all things cucumber, fresh lime or basil. Savour with your favourite premium tonic or jasmine & green iced tea.

Features:
- Reduced floral muskiness resulting in a soft, delicate gin
- Sweeter notes perfectly paired with your favourite tonic or juice
- Can be enjoyed with sparkling or still water as a reduced-sugar option
- Share of sales funds hospitality industry bursaries

Full Product Specifications

Date Created: 24/01/2020
Product Name: Smiths South African Dry Craft Gin
Product Type: Gin
Country of origin: South Africa
Stock available: On request
Price per unit US$: 16.00
Price per unit €: On request
Alc. Vol %: 43.00
Format: 750ml

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Bursary Spirits

Bursary Spirits developed from the knowledge that, through education, innovative and creative growth opportunities can be unlocked. Using our alcohol industry knowledge we have brought many experts together to create locally crafted, high-quality alcohol products to sell and then use these profits towards funding bursaries at the Cape Wine and Spirit Academy. We aim to constantly offer these to specifically nominated individuals and see them through the first front of house course to becoming wine and spirits masters. Some key traits of the brand include: Partnering with established local suppliers & retailers to help grow SA businesses Sense checking trends and taste with alcohol industry professionals to ensure product quality & demand Leveraging industry knowledge, connections and experience to develop a professional marketing and sales plan Eliminating education exclusivity by brands & allowing creativity to flow for those selected Our vision of success is seeing those who receive the bursaries open their own bars or restaurants, develop new ways of making alcohol, launch their own brands, teach those around them, collaborate across the trade to develop something new and exciting, be offered further studies locally & globally through apprenticeship – all without hindrance and a sense of having to pay it back

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