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Uniquely part of the Island

Very worthwhile to visit. Paul does a wonderful job explaining how he arrived at being a distiller... read more

Reviewed 20 January 2018
EaglebrookAndy
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A must visit on the Island

This is a definite must visit when you are on the island. Paul is very friendly and knowledgeable... read more

Reviewed 17 January 2018
Theo M
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Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa
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Bayview, Jamestown, St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha STHL 1ZZ
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Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

Very worthwhile to visit. Paul does a wonderful job explaining how he arrived at being a distiller. Products are a unique part of St Helena

Thank EaglebrookAndy
Reviewed 17 January 2018

This is a definite must visit when you are on the island. Paul is very friendly and knowledgeable and tells you in detail about the distilling processes. Was amazing to see (and taste) the 4 different spirits that he distills locally. He is also making...More

Thank Theo M
Reviewed 16 January 2018

a visit to the distillery is a must when on the island if only to understand a little more about Tungi, or Prickly Pear as it is known elsewhere and how to convert it into alcohol. The distilling process and back story to the distillery...More

Thank Andy H
Reviewed 9 December 2016 via mobile

Not the easiest place to find as there are no signs to it, but once there it is a interesting small distillery. Try the samples but the best by far is the midnight mist liquor distilled using locally grown coffee - worth buying a bottle...More

1  Thank Degs7015
Reviewed 29 October 2016

TUNGI prickly pear liquor is simply heavenly to drink, to add to coffee or pour over a cake. It underlines the taste of coffee and cakes.

Thank Gaissau
Reviewed 4 April 2016

You really can try everything and there's no pressure to buy but why wouldn't you? The Tungi is made from prickly pear and a bit like slivovitz, the gin is passable, the spiced rum is delicious and the coffee liqueur (made from home grown coffee)...More

Thank Jeanette M
Reviewed 15 February 2016

This is an excellent enterprise, having kicked off with some spirit called 'Tungi' distilled from the prickly pear the product range has increased and the business relocated from Jamestown to Alarm Forest. I had a tour in both the old and new location, Paul is...More

1  Thank Barry H
Reviewed 20 January 2016

We visited St Helena by cruise ship in early December and our wonderful guide and driver, Larry, coordinated a short visit to the distillery with Paul. Paul was particularly welcoming and took time to explain how he produced his range of beverages. The Jamestown Gin...More

Thank sw18cruise
Reviewed 19 November 2015

After trying Jamestown Gin visiting the distillery was a must. Paul is a really genuine guy and has a lot more products than Gin. Not easy to find but the nothing is on St Helena. Makes it all the more worth while .

Thank fraser_macleod
Reviewed 12 June 2015

A group of us sharing our birthdays had an excellent time in the distillery last night. Sally was wonderful keeping us fed and watered for hours! The atmosphere was very relaxed and we had great fun. Paul and Sally make you feel at home straight...More

Thank Keli
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