Home-grown gin with an African flair

Nelson Mandela Bay entrepreneurs say their herb-infused drink is proving a hit


Gin-loving friends Tsidi Limba and Tumi Flusk have designed their own version of the popular craft spirit, infusing it with the indigenous Eastern Cape herb imphepho.

Making gin is a specialist endeavour so the Nelson Mandela Bay entrepreneurs teamed up with a distillery in Hartenbos to create Iyana Impepho Infused Fine Dry Gin in 2020. ..

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