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Reggie launches his ZA.ir Gin

100% premium Namibian wild gin by international music video director Reggie of Reggie Films

We just have one question for Reggie Zaire which is what is it that he can’t do? The now internationally recognized music video director has one rule which he exposed to unwrap.online which is not to limit oneself. This is what he is doing because as of this weekend, Reggie is no longer just a film director; he is also the owner of self-named gin ZA.ir gin.

The creative genius could not contain his happiness as he managed to pull off a successful launch of the ZA.ir gin into the market with no marketing beforehand. In a social media post, Reggie he sold over 300 ZA.ir cocktail drinks to some of the 700 guests that attended the Fashion, Music and Food Festival that took place over the long weekend in Swakopmund. In this status, Reggie wrote

“Well talk about an unplanned success. So yesterday I decided to have a surprise stall at the FMF Festival for my Gin @za.ir_gin with no prior marketing or heads up to anyone and we had a smashing day!! Selling just over 300 ZA.ir cocktail drinks to the approx. 700 guests that attended the festival, and coming from my years in retail that it’s a crazy sell success rate of almost 45%! Per head when usually in retail you expect usually just 10-20% chance of sale per head. Was lovely to hear all the positive feedback on the Gin and really can’t wait to do this again had little expectations from this event but the reception totally blew me away. Thank you,” he said.


ZA.ir Gin is 100% Namibian and is handcrafted Naute Kristall Distillery to devise an equally balanced blend of honeybush, Juniper Berries, Cinnamon amongst other ingredients. It is balanced to create a smooth subtle taste like no other gin.


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