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Visit Us

To get a real appreciation for what we do at Inverroche, a visit to our Brand Home is a must. The combination of distillery tour, exquisite tasting and fascinating Gin School are worth every minute of the drive to Still Bay. Bookings are essential. or call +27 (0)28 754 2442

Tours and Tastings

Visit Us - Brand Home


Mon – Sat: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 11am – 2pm


Mon – Sat: 10h00, 12h00 & 16h00 (In season)
Mon – Sat: 12h00 (Out of season)
Sunday: Closed

R70 pp / ±1 hour distillery tour including tasting of all our products.
Tours and tastings by appointment only as numbers are limited.


Mon – Sat: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 11am – 2pm
Tastings take place every hour on the hour.
The last tasting for the day takes place at 15h00.
Includes all our products.

R50 pp / ± 20-30 minutes.
Tours and tastings by appointment only as numbers are limited.

Gin Sensorium & School

Visit Us - Gin School

Last Saturday of each month 14h00 – 16h00:
Accommodates up to 12 people. Bookings are essential.

NOTE: The Gin School can also be opened (Mon – Sat) for group bookings of 6 or more.

R450 per person
(Only open to those over the age of 18)

What you can expect

Join our small-group, interactive gin distilling classes and learn all about the art of alchemy. Take a journey which is part science, part personal creativity as you select and weigh your own combination of botanicals with which to infuse your gin.

Once you’ve fired-up your small copper pot still, you will record, taste, observe and measure the spirit as the concentrated vapours start to flow from the condenser into your spirit glass.

When the last drop has emerged from your mini-still you will measure your distilled spirit and personally bottle the liquid, before naming your gin with your own limited edition label.

You will leave with your bottle of gin, distillers cap, two bottles of tonic, a G&T glass, gin booklet and your own recipe card and new found knowledge and appreciation for small-batch, hand-crafted gin.