Origin Marula ‘its a gin, but on your mother tongue’

Born in West Africa and crafted from distinctive African botanicals, the South African variant is gently blended with the unique smoothness of Marula, for the first time!

Entering the gin world, Origin Marula- sarcastically accompanied by its punchline tag “It’s gin,”but on your mother tongue!” is refreshing as it warms the heart of worldwide ginaissance that comes with refreshing drink that reimagines this classic, smoothing edges of its traditionally.

The new Orijin Marula (Diageo product) boast brand ambassadors such as Lamiez Holworthy, Ntando Duma and Major League DJ’s Bandile and Banele Mbere.

“Orijin Marula is an embodiment of contemporary African life,” says Refilwe Moswane, Innovation Manager of Diageo South Africa.

“It celebrates originality and champions African excellence by challenging stereotypes. African originals don’t just passively accept and emulate what others do. They stay true to their roots, command respect, and are carving out their own place in the contemporary world. And they want a drink which reflects that.”

It is Inspired by what it means to be African today – by Africa’s creativity and resourcefulness – Orijin Marula is like a cool breeze at sunset after a hot summer’s day; a drink that is refreshing but not bitter – and which is much more affordable than imported brands.

Orijin’s natural expertise is blended in premium quality herbal drinks.

Its winter season, so any herbal drink should come in handy, as we also face the pandemic.

In an age of imitation, be an original!

Image (Origin Marula ambassador Lamiez Holworthy).

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