Winner will be announced on social media channels. 
New competition coming soon! 
Stand a chance to win a spring hamper filled with two Malfy Gin variants, a pack of San Pellegrino Acqua Tonica and your choice of 2 packs of San Pellegrino Sparkling Fruit Juice to the value of R700.00.
We’re calling all mixologist enthusiasts to submit their favourite cocktail recipes using Malfy Gin along with San Pellegrino products as the mixer and subscribe to our newsletter to enter. 

Submit your cocktail recipe in the comments below. All comments require approval first before they will appear in the comments below. You can check back in 24hours to make sure your comment is there. 

T's & C's: Competition is valid from 23 September 2020 till 14 October 2020. A winner will be selected at random and announced on our social media channels.

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V on 2020,10,15

Malfy Rosa, crushed ice, squeezed fresh lemon fresh mint and tonic water

Nonceba Lushaba on 2020,10,15

A double tot of Amalfy Gin Rosa
30 ml Simple syrup
Goes into a chilled shaker with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into chilled gin goblet with ice. Top up with a combination of San Pellegrino Aranciata Rossa and Prosecco. Garnish with an orange peel twist and thyme. Let the celebrations beGIN!

Pauline Jacobs on 2020,10,12

2 tots Malfy(the best gin ever)
2 teaspoons pomegranate seeds
1/2 can San Pellegrino pomegranate and orange
A slice of grapfruit

Lynnette van Staden on 2020,10,07

My favourite Malfy gin cocktail is
75ml Prosecco
50ml Malfy grapefruit gin
35ml Sanpellogrino aranciata
Slice of orange or bloodorange
Stir with a cinnamon stick
Nice glass filled with ice

Makhosazane Ndlovu on 2020,10,07

The classic mojitos cocktail
fresh mint leaves 10, plus a sprig to garnish
white sugar 3 tsp
Havana Club 3 Años rum 50ml
soda to top up
Angostura bitters 3 drops

In a tumbler, muddle the mint leaves with the sugar. Pour over the rum and stir. Add a handful of ice cubes, top with soda and stir again, then add the Angostura Bitters and garnish with a mint sprig.