Konijn is the Dutch word for Rabbit. These labels are inspired by the population of Cape hares or 'vlakhaas' that inhabited some of the farms during the late 1600’s. During this period the farms served as resting place for weary wagon-travellers and their oxen who were traveling along the roads from the Cape to Stellenbosch. The rich history of the farming area and it’s origins and geography inspired this concept label. Depicting travelers with their belongings against the backdrop of Table Mountain. The clouds cast over the mountain referred to as it's 'tablecloth', which according to local myth is caused by a smoking contest between the devil and a pirate named Van Hunks. Some of the trees in Cape Town are bent at an almost 90 degree angle from the strong South Easterly winds also referred to as 'The Cape Doctor'.