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Stock up!

Stock up What a time to be alive hey! Tomorrow South Africa downgrades to Level 3 of Lockdown which also means we can (finally) buy alcohol again... When alcohol sales closed we thought it would open in 21 days... that was SIXTY FIVE days ago. So we just want to make sure you know where [...]

Where, exactly??

Where are we? A good while ago we sat down and planned out some themes for the year - ideas and guidelines for content to capture and share... it was a lovely plan but in all the chaos of life we never stuck to it as much as we intended. Enter 2020 and a global [...]


10   They do say time flies when you are having fun... and that sure does seem true when you realise that we are busy infusing the tenth batch of Caperitif. For almost a century this golden liquid was nothing but a mysterious ingredient in a few old cocktail books, but since 2012 we've taken [...]

Jet setting!

Jet setting   The team from Mootee in Johannesburg recently took Caperitif on tour when they went to represent South Africa in Milan and at Berlin Bar Convent. Here are some pics, videos and more coming soon!

Karoo tasting

Great Karoo   We recently put the kids and cousins to work pouring Caperitif and Swaan in Prince Albert. The family took a break from winter holidays in the Karoo to take part in a tasting at the Old Dam Museum. Adi informed locals about the process and story behind the product while Samuel, Richard [...]

Negroni Week 2018

Koeksuster Negroni... Every year the bar industry all over the world gears up for Negroni Week - naturally as a celebration of this wonderful drink, but also to support charities in the bar / club or venue's area or interest. This year was no different and Johannesburg based Mootee bar got in on the action [...]

Cocktail hour

Cocktail hour(s)   This is Jan Smuts... Easy to make and easier to drink: 1/4 Caperitif 1/4 Gin 1/2 Swaan Tonic Water with a dash of pomegranate juice, served on ice. Or make a whole dispenser full to ensure you do not run out.

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