Gin and Tonic has been a part of the Londolozi story since its founding in 1926. It all began at an auspicious tennis party, where Charles Varty and Frank Unger, after a few too many G&T’s, agreed to buy a piece of the Lowveld bush, site unseen. It is almost 90 years on and Londolozi’s love affair with the G&T continues.
We truly believe it is the only drink to be enjoying this festive season and have decided to deliver the taste of the African bush right to your homes in our Gin Blog Series.
In Part One, Cry Sithole showcased his ‘real-man-pink-gin’, which has gone down a treat in the soaring summer temperatures. In Part Two, Graeme Gullacksen creates something completely different. If you thought there were only one or two ways to make a G&T, you were mistaken. Watch our video below to see Graeme’s strawberry, basil and black pepper master piece.
Written, Filmed and Edited by Amy Attenborough
That looks like a nice, refreshing drink on a hot summer day!
Thanks for the inspiration Amy! We love our G&T, Chris and I will be treating ourselves to both those delicious looking drinks here in Canada this Christmas, we are so exited about being back with you September 2016. Wishing you and the team at Londolozi a fantastic Christmas!!