Wilderness: Gin School

Activity: Gin School
Area: Wilderness
Duration: 2 hours
Price from: R595.00

Please note: Guests should be present 20 minutes prior to the activity commencing (this time is used for administrative purposes and to ensure events start punctually). Your best efforts to be punctual will be appreciated. Thank you for your compliance.

Have you always wanted to be a craft-distiller? We all share the human desire of wanting to express our personalities and tastes in some way or another. The RPRX / Inverroche Gin School gives you the opportunity to do exactly that in a fun and creative way. 

You will literally be taken through the entire process of making a bottle of Craft Gin, from selecting the ingredients, of which the Garden Route’s Fynbos forms a large part, to personally labelling your bottle afterwards. Whilst possessing the identity of the amazing area in which we live through the infusion of its indigenous botanicals, your bottle of Gin will also represent who you are and the unique tastes you enjoy. The process is fun, hands-on and is certainly not easily forgotten due to the fact that you will leave with a bottle of Gin to enjoy at home with friends or family in the future.

During the distillation process, you will be served a delicious Gin Cocktail to enjoy whilst you are making the magic happen at your pot-still. The School also includes a Gin Tasting, during which Inverroche’s diverse trilogy of Gins is paired with Springbok, Eland and Kudu Biltong; you will also be introduced to their richly aromatic Rum and Liqueur. 

The goal at RPRX is to give people Real Xperiences and to make sure that they leave us having had a wonderful and authentic time. The Gin School certainly fits this prompt. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Please note: Guests should be present 20 minutes prior to the activity commencing (this time is used for administrative purposes and to ensure events start punctually). Your best efforts to be punctual will be appreciated. Thank you for your compliance.



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