Need a Gift for a Gin-Lover? We’ve Found the Ideal Solution

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Introduce a little Italian style to your South African festivities.

Gin lovers, the new kid on the block, Malfy Italian Gin, jam-packed with Italian flair has announced a special gift pack available for the Christmas season; because who wouldn’t love getting a good ole gin under the Christmas tree?

The new pack features a 750ml bottle of Malfy Italian Gin (yup, the gift pack is already sounding amazing), along with two Malfy Italian gin glasses, so that you can enjoy your gin casually and stylishly, because drinking gin from your hands has been scientifically proven to be inefficient (think about all the lost gin!).


Priced at R349, the Malfy Italian gin gift pack is the ideal gift for that friend or loved one that loves a quality gin.

The Malfy Italian Gin in-store packs are available at the following locations:

  • Norman Goodfellows
  • Loco Liquors
  • TOPS @ Spar
  • Liquor City
  • Makro SA
  • Dry Dock Liquors
  • Old Town Italy
  • Blue Bottle Liquor
  • Bootleggers Fourways
  • Meander Fine Wines
  • Boulevard Cellars
  • Pick ‘n Pay
  • Model Bottle Store
  • Moreleta Cellars
  • Dunkeld Wine & Liquor
  • Ultra Liquors
  • Overland Rock Cottage Cellar

Distilled with juniper and 5 other botanicals, Malfy Italian Gin is produced at the distillery in Moncalieri, just outside of Torino, an area famous for its wines and spirits. The lemons used to infuse the gin are from the Amalfy coast, which is where Malfy’s name is derived from. These Italian Coastal lemons give Malfy Italian gin the lemon-zest aroma of a freshly picked lemon.

Along with the unique taste, Malfy Italian Gin is difficult not to notice on the shelves – lively colours of blue and yellow are central in its bottle design and brand identity. Blue represents the Mediterranean and the yellow pays tribute to the citrus used in making this gin. Malfy’s bottle is decorated using traditional Italian glass-design techniques and the stopper is made in Italy from real oak.

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