Everson’s Cider, a Mad-Hatter & Green Faeries

E & WF

Welcome to the family!

Last night we popped into the the Wine Affair at the V&A Waterfront to visit the Everson’s Cider stand, and followed that by collecting some stock from the Jorgensen’s Distillery stand at the Taste of Cape Town festival in Green Point. Not a bad way to spend an evening!

Everson's Cider

Look out for this label!

Our main reason for excitement was that we were able to meet up with William, Garda & Glynis from Everson’s to get our contract formalised and to be able to raise a toast to a future of working together.

Everson’s Cider fits in so nicely with all our other beautiful products, and we’re especially proud to have another superb quality, hand-crafted South African beverage to offer our clients. And there isn’t a more wonderful way of being able to say “Cheers!” to the future than with the product in hand!

So watch this space to find out more about where you’ll be able to find Everson’s Cider – they have already got a wonderful client base around the Cape and I am sure many venues will continue enjoying the same relationship they’ve always had with the Everson’s family. We’re looking forward to just adding to that.

All one of a kind

As for what else there was at the Wine Affair, I’m afraid we missed it. We did pop over to the Laborie Wine Estate stand and it was good to see Dominic from The Little Hattery stand again. If you haven’t seen or heard of the The Little Hattery stand, you’re missing out on what’s funky! Their hats are beautifully made, one of a kind and to order too, and I have seen loads of them being worn at most of the events we’ve been a part of.

Limoncello

Taste sunshine

By the time we got to see Roger, Dawn & Eden from Jorgensen’s Distillery it was all misty and chilled, but that didn’t stop Lenny from pulling on one of the new ‘Taste my Primitiv‘ t-shirts! They were offering the full range of beautiful products such as the sublime Primitiv Vodka, the sexy Naked Lemon Limoncello, the majestic Savingnac Potstill Brandy and of course the beautiful green Field of Dreams Absinthe. So we’re stocked up and ready to get more stock out there, to make it easier for you to enjoy!

If you’re heading out to Riebeek Kasteel for the Olive Festival this weekend we’d love it if you popped round to The Beer Garden’s stand and we can show all the exciting products we have on offer. We are known to offer tastings to serious buyers! So see you there!

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