You need to try this incredible South African Gin!

South African KWV Cruxland Gin features a selection of 9 botanicals, with the star of the show being the rare Kalahari Truffle. Cruxland Gin was also the first South African gin to win World’s Best London Dry Gin. It’s definitely the next gin to add to your list!


The Story

The indigenous inhabitants of the Kalahari tell of secret treasures in the sand; sent down in crackling bursts of power from the skies. With knowledge passed down from generation to generation, the nomadic people of the desert would look to the heavens, watching thunderclouds and setting out when lightning striked, searching for delicate, X-shaped cracks in the arid earth. As it happens, these treasures are N’abbas; rare Kalahari desert truffles that burst from the ground when rain and autumn moisture cause them to swell. Rare even in their natural soil, these delicacies grow far apart and are hard to find without the help of a skilled N’abbas hunter.

KWV has revived these treasures of the earth, hand-crafting a small batch of premium gin from grape spirits infused with the exotic taste of the Kalahari truffle and 8 signature botanicals, unlocking unique characteristics resulting in an extra-smooth finish.

 The gin

At the very heart of KWV Cruxland Gin are the notes of the incredibly rare and enigmatic Kalahari N’abbas, also known as ‘Kalahari truffles’.

Cruxland Gin boasts distinct earthy character, enhanced with notes of fresh juniper, lemon, coriander and spices.

To taste: Juniper berries in the front, the spice magic of coriander, aniseed and cardamom in the middle, and a soft, cooling and sweetish finish from the honey bush, rooibos, almond, lemon and Kalahari truffles.


KWV Cruxland Gin are offering 10% OFF with discount code CRUX10 over at and  

*Offer runs from 1st to 30th of June 2022


Want to give Cruxland Gin a try? We have it in this months box!

ILoveGin boxes are £19 on their own, but ILoveGin Club members get their box and all our members perks, for £17.50 per month.

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