Cape Town Gin

WIN! 4 Bottles Of Cape Town Gin Up For Grabs With The Sandton Times

You could WIN 1 of 4 truly South African flavoured Cape Town Gin bottles valued at R299 a piece!


  • Cape Town Gin made a splash in the conservation world when it announced its partnership with The Boucher Legacy in October 2021.
  • You could WIN one of these great Cape Town Gin variants: Classic Dry Gin, The Pink Lady Gin, Rooibos Red Gin or the Black Rhino Gin.
  • Cape Town Gin has walked away with some impressive awards including the Spirits Trophy, SA Women’s Wine & Spirits Awards and the International Spirits Challenge.
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Established in 2015 by Craig van der Venter, The Cape Town Gin & Spirits Company has become a firm favourite with gin lovers in South Africa and beyond. Their Cape Town range of gins do not only reflect truly South African flavours, they also give back by working closely with organisations such as the Boucher Legacy, PinkDrive, and Men’s Foundation.


Adding to their already established range of gins: Cape Town Classic Dry Gin, Cape Town The Pink Lady Gin, and Cape Town Rooibos Red Gin, the Cape Town Black Rhino Gin hit shelves last year with a portion of proceeds from every bottle sold going to The Boucher Legacy to help them in the fight to protect Africa’s endangered mammals. Infused with Renosterbos (rhino bush) and Buchu, the Cape Town Black Rhino Gin has a unique olive-green colour, with citrus, pepper, and licorice notes. Best enjoyed with peppercorns and a slice of lime.


1. Complete the entry form below and answer the following question: What bush is Cape Town Black Rhino Gin infused with?
2. Be sure to follow @sandtontimes and @capetowngin on Instagram.


Our endangered wildlife is under attack and organisations like The Boucher Legacy are their only form of protection. The money raised will go towards the NGO’s mission to preserve South Africa’s wildlife and natural treasures, in particular, the rhino, pangolin, and African Wild Dog.

// Cape Town Gin Managing Director, Craig van der Venter


Cape Town Gin is proud to share that a total of R60’000 has been raised through the sales of their Cape Town Black Rhino Gin which will be donated to the NGO.


According to research conducted by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), poachers kill as many as 2.7 million African pangolins every year, while African Wild Dog populations continue to plummet due to the loss of their habitat and threats from farmers who fear for their livestock. Though the pandemic may have slowed down poaching, with the opening of borders and ease of travel, activity has escalated. For the first time since 2017, rhinos killed by poachers have climbed. According to the Forestry, Fisheries, and Environment Department, a total of 451 rhinos were poached in South Africa last year. As humans and citizens of the world, it is up to us to save our endangered wildlife, for the sake of our planet and future generations.


1. Complete the entry form below and answer the following question: What bush is Cape Town Black Rhino Gin infused with?
2. Be sure to follow @sandtontimes and @capetowngin on Instagram.


Working on a three-pillar approach: prosecution, conservation, and education, The Boucher Legacy hopes to one day stop this unnecessary loss of life. And we’re honoured to be a part of this continued vision.

// Cape Town Gin Managing Director, Craig van der Venter


Through donations like those from The Cape Town Gin & Spirits Company, the conservation organisation is working to collar all African Wild Dog packs in the Greater Kruger National Park, as well as the ongoing rehabilitation of pangolins, working to develop high tech tracking monitoring for endangered mammals, and the continuous monitoring and protection of rhinos as a key species.


1. Complete the entry form below and answer the following question: What bush is Cape Town Black Rhino Gin infused with?
2. Be sure to follow @sandtontimes and @capetowngin on Instagram.


Competition closed.


CONGRATULATIONS TO: Leandri Erasmus, Mukondeleli Arthur Tala, Ashley Fitzpatrick and Khuselwa Nkaenkae


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