South African gin brand Flowstone Gin has earned three awards at the 2021 International Spirits Challenge, boosting its accolades to a total of 21.
South Africa (13 May 2021) – The International Spirits Challenge took place recently and South African gin brand Flowstone walked away with three awards in the gin categories.
The brand was launched 4 years ago and they have since earned a total of 21 awards, including the three newest ones. The brand has earned two silver awards and a bronze for the Bushwillow, Snuffbox and Wild Cucumber Gin.
“We are honoured to be recognised again by the International Spirits Challenge judging panel” says Flowstone Gin representative, Mark French. “We always feel truly proud to not only be representing our continent of Africa, but also to wake up every morning and know that as the sun rises, we are foraging and harvesting in one of the most remarkable and beautiful regions in the world, The Cradle of Humankind.”
Of the International Spirits Challenge, Pieter de Bod, KWV Master Distiller says, “KWV regard ISC as one of the most prestigious competitions of its type. The rigorous judging process is second to none and it is a remarkable achievement to garner ISC trophies and medals as it signals not only supreme quality but also consistent dedication to the craft of creating world-class spirits.”
Now with 21 accolades under their belt for the range, it is clear that Flowstone Gin are on a mission to put premium African white spirits on the map.