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Mahala Botanical

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Mahala Botanical is an award-winning alcohol-free spirit created in South Africa bringing a new and exciting premium drinks option to the No/Low sector for those who are seeking a healthy, alcohol-free option that doesn’t compromise on taste or quality.

Awarded 7 medals including the prestigious Trophy for Best No/Low Alcohol Spirits at the Michelangelo International Wine & Spirits Awards as well as a Great Taste Award and Commended at The Alcohol-Free Awards. Mahala – meaning “free” in Zulu – is free from sugar, gluten, colourants and artificial flavourings.

Created and co-founded by respected Master Distiller Danielle Schoeman using a unique triple-distillation process in her custom-built vacuum stills, Mahala is made using nine hand-sourced botanicals, many of which are indigenous to South Africa and some of which are foraged from Danielle’s own farmland.

Mahala was born out of a desire to create a premium, healthy and distinctive alcohol-free spirit in a booming category that offers little choice for consumers looking for quality sugar-free and alcohol-free alternatives.

Unique within the category, the entire production process for Mahala, from the creation of the base spirit, to the packaging and labelling, takes place at Danielle’s Doña Distillery in Cape Town, South Africa hence the term we use to describe the brand as 'Farm To Glass'. The Distillery employs previously disadvantaged employees and supports local workers such as The Sparrow Society who work with Mahala to create beautiful product display bags.

Mahala is intended to be mixed with a premium tonic, soda water or ginger beer/ale and also makes a delicious alcohol-free cocktail such as an Old Fashioned.

Mahala is currently available to purchase online at and through a carefully-selected range of accounts in South Africa, UK, USA, France, Ireland and The Netherlands.
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