Wixworth Gin Joins the Fight Against Rhino Poaching

Wixworth Gin

Wixworth gin made quite a splash when it launched in South Africa in 2017. A proudly South African product, Wixworth set out to create a gin that would remain true to the classic London dry gin style, while still offering a splash of local South African flavour. Subtly infused with Renosterbos, Wixworth gin has become a firm favourite with South African gin lovers looking for flavours a little closer to home. And now, as if supporting local wasn’t reason enough to buy Wixworth, the producers of this delicious gin have also announced an exciting new partnership with the STOP Rhino Poaching Foundation.

That’s right, from now on drinking Wixworth gin will leave a sweet taste in your mouth. Made with absolutely no artificial ingredients, sweeteners or colourants, Wixworth Gin contains a hand-picked selection of local fynbos and botanicals, including a rhino’s favourite snack, Renosterbos! With this connection in mind, a partnership with the STOP Rhino Poaching Foundation is indeed a natural fit and gin lovers can rejoice knowing that a percentage of the sales proceeds from Wixworth gin will be donated to the STOP Rhino Poaching Foundation.

Rhino poaching has reach crisis point across the globe. Today, three of the five species of rhino are critically endangered – in fact, two species have less than 80 of their kind remaining in the wild. Donating to the anti-poaching cause helps towards saving rhinos from extinction and rehabilitating the ecosystem, which means simply drinking a Wixworth G&T will help you do your little bit to aid rhino conservation.

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For more information visit the Wixworth gin website.

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