The Craft Cocktail Society recently posted this video of Soran Nomura making the Rover cocktail using Caperitif, in Tokyo, Japan.
February has not been short on exciting mentions and ventures for Caperitif.
It seems Vermouth is all the rage right now and we spotted our Kaapse Dief in a few trend reports for 2016:
Marie Claire SA’s Jan/Feb issue
House & Leisure Feb issue:
Then, on 24 February Caperitif popped up on the menu at a ‘one night only’ Food (by Wesley Randles, Head Chef at Pot Luck Club) & Cocktails (by Australian bartender Luke Whearty) pairing at Outrage of Modesty.
And meanwhile, back on Kalmoesftontein, Adi’s mom Judy Badenhorst, prepared a harvest lunch for the International Wine & Food Society, complete with Caperitif & Pomegranate jelly – a real winner, recipe coming soon!
And a bit further afield our friend in Johannesburg reports, Caperitif is “taking over the streets”*
*the makers and marketers of Caperitif are against rubbish and believes we should “Leave No Trace” – please dispose of your trash responsibly!
As promised, here is Graham Wood’s very informative and well researched article on Caperitif from the July edition of Business Day’s Wanted Magazine.
click on the image to view it slightly bigger. It is worth the read.
For all the cocktail recipes and stunning photography that accompanied the story, click here!
While shooting the front page for the summer edition of Platteland Magazine the editors tried our Caperitif and Swaan Cape Tonic Water… And I guess they liked it since a cellphone picture of the products and a little write-up made it into the mag.
Meanwhile Samuel and his friend Preston made the cover. Yes, summer!