• In our Summer 2023 issue, we’ve rounded up some of the best food experiences in South Africa – from food markets to visit to trends to try at home.

    We’re giving you a sneak peek into one of the unique experiences we’ve covered: Fynbos tasting at South African Fynbos.

    Giselle Courtney created the Cape Town Fynbos Experience® to help South Africans understand (and experience) the role that indigenous fynbos flavours can play in our kitchens.

    “By cooking with ancient indigenous flavours we deepen our connection to our South African identity. My wish is that Fynbos is recognized as our culinary tradition and ultimately takes its place amongst the herbs of the world. It’s important not only from a botanical standpoint, but also from a psychological one. Our edible indigenous plants are our core connection to the land.” – Giselle Courtney

    Located in the Cape Winelands, South African Fynbos shares their love of fynbos flavours through guided tastings and masterclasses.

    In these hands-on masterclasses, you’ll learn how to combine the flavours of fynbos with everyday meals to create truly Southern African-inspired dishes. Take a look at their tasting guide and menu ideas to see what’s in store for you.

    You’ll get to taste all of South African Fynbos’ botanical naturals and infusions, enjoy a light tapas-style lunch, and even get to explore the farm with a guided fynbos tour.

    Grab our Summer issue to learn more! Available in store or – better yet – you can subscribe by calling 087 550 0329 or sending an email to [email protected] so you don’t miss an issue.

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    Feature image: Martin Harvey via Getty Images

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