More and more South African celebrities are venturing into the alcohol industry and judging from the past few months, they are ready to make some serious moves.
From this summer’s Mango vs Watermelon (AKA are batle magapu!) to some ‘elegent’ entries into the world of luxury alcohols; Mzansi’s most famous stars are not playing any games. Here are a few local celebrities who have released their own brands of alcohol in the last few months
The first black woman to join the Cap Classique Producers Association?
Yup, Bonang’s House of BNG wasn’t just a delightful entry into the world of sparkling alcoholic beverages; it was a historic move for a history maker.
Fancy some Jin with your tonic? No, that’s not a typo; it’s the name of J’Something’s range of bespoke gins which were released in March 2019.
If it’s anything as tasty as his cooking, then fans are in for a real treat.
Another member to join the gin gang is Khanyi Mbau who launched her own collection at the end of last year.
I am Khanyi “looks soft on the outside but trust me, she is a baddie” according to the actress – remind you of anyone?
Tbo Touch has always been keen on diversifying his business interests but even his most loyal fans were impressed by his decision to venture into the world of wine making.
Touch Reserve wines feature four unique vintage flavours.
His loyal fan base has congratulated the rapper on his permanent collaboration with the luxury alcohol brand and is excited to have the watermelon flavour in stores.
AKA has also revealed that he will be shooting a television commercial for the vodka in Cape Town next week
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