* NOTE — WE DO NOT SHIP BEVERAGES. DRINKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR IN–STORE PICKUP ONLY! *
Just as our cherished Cape Fynbos cannot exist without fire, so any social occasion is not complete without the intensity of the Abstinence Epilogue X. Demonstrative of the strength, smoke and burn of the sometimes-ravaging Western Cape fires in South Africa, that tear through the vegetation, but in turn provides the lifeblood of the survival and propagation of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Add some ice and top with soda or mix with ginger ale and a squeeze of lime. If you fancy something sweeter, it works a treat when mixed with Coca-Cola. If you are really trying to impress, it is perfect for a non-alcoholic Old Fashioned.
Botanicals: Smoked Peated and Blended Malts, Oak, Honeybush, Vanilla, Cassia, Cardamom, Clove, Helichrysum Petiolare (Impepho)
Inspired by the astounding biodiversity of the Cape Floral Kingdom, the Cape Fynbos draws its inspiration from the hero ingredient - the indigenous Cape Rose Geranium. A beautifully floral creation with the addition of Juniper berries, Angelica root and Coriander. A slightly bitter, slightly herbal, and faintly nettle-like creation that pairs well with premium tonics.
Botanicals: Rose Geranium, Juniper, Angelica Root, Coriander, Lemon
On the Southern-most tip of Africa and home to the incredibly diverse Cape Floral Kingdom, the Western Cape is one of the world’s largest exporters of citrus fruits. Abstinence Cape Citrus draws from this bountiful resource to give you the most delicious medley of citrus flavor, combined with some of its world-renowned indigenous flora.
Botanicals: Orange, Lemon, Grapefruit, Buchu, Cassia, Pepper, Fennel, Ginger
For the love of spice and all things nice! Cape Spice is a complex blend of allspice, cassia bark and clove, lifted by floral cardamom and citrus notes. An ode to Cape Town’s rich cultural diversity, culinary history and bountiful indigenous flora, the Abstinence Cape Spice draws its inspiration from indigenous African dishes, as well as our Dutch, Indian and Portuguese spice history.
Botanicals: Allspice, Cassia, Cardamom, Coriander, Clove, Orange Peel, Honeybush