For the second consecutive year Magalies have been the proud drinks sponsor at the prestigious 2019 Omdiedam Ultra Marathon which was hosted at the Hartbeespoort Holiday Resort, on Saturday the 16th of March! The thirst of all 6000 brave runners were properly quenched at the finish line with our ice cold Magalies L’monfizz! Read more...


“V” is for Vitamins!

A vitamin is an organic molecule (or related set of molecules) that is an essential micronutrient that an organism needs in small quantities for the proper functioning of its metabolism. Essential nutrients cannot be synthesized in the organism, either at all or not in sufficient quantities, and therefore must be obtained through the diet. Vitamins have diverse biochemical functions. Some forms of vitamin A function as regulators of cell and tissue growth and differentiation. The B complex vitamins function as enzyme cofactors (coenzymes) or the precursors for them. Vitamin D has a hormone-like function as a regulator of mineral metabolism for bones and other organs. Vitamins C and E function as antioxidants. Both deficient and excess intake of a vitamin can potentially cause clinically significant illness, although excess intake of water-soluble vitamins is less likely to do so. Read more…


L’monfizz Cocktail No. 4 – “The Pink Bat”

In Cuba, bats are considered to bring luck, and that must be one of the reasons why Bacardi has stood the test of times since 1862. We’ve therefore decided to splash their mascot with some of our own pink Magalies L’monfizz Grap’fruit Ruby, to create a bit of our own luck, and to take you on a trip down to those perfect white Cuban beaches… Can you hear the sweet rhythm of Cuban salsa filling the hot summer air yet…? Read more…


U” is for Ugli!

The Ugli fruit also known as the Jamaican tangelo, is a citrus fruit that arose through the natural hybridization of a tangerine or orange with a grapefruit (or pomelo). The name being a variation of the word "ugly", which refers to the fruit's unsightly appearance, with rough, wrinkled, greenish-yellow rind, wrapped loosely around the orange pulpy citrus inside. While it isn’t really the ugliest fruit in the world, the Ugli fruit does have a rather lacklustre appearance, with thick, yellow-green skin so loose and leathery that it practically rolls out when you begin pulling it off. But don’t let its unassuming exterior fool you, because this mottled green citrus is truly delectable! Read more...