Seedlip — Garden 108 — Non-Alcoholic Distilled Spirit - Boisson

Seedlip — Garden 108 — Non-Alcoholic Distilled Spirit

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Seedlip Garden 108 celebrates the herbal and floral landscape of the the English countryside, with flavors of hand-picked peas, fresh hay, and cucumber. The blend credits its name to the 108 days that is the average amount of time it takes peas to grow and be harvested from the day they are sown.

For years, Seedlip developed a bespoke, six-week maceration, distillation, filtration, and blending process—taking each individual botanical ingredient to be distilled separately before blending. Based in the UK, this brand uses natural ingredients and is devoted to sustainability, pledging to be carbon neutral by 2022.

700ml

HOW TO ENJOY

Seedlip's non-alcoholic spirits are complex, and lightly nuanced, meant to always be used as a base to cocktails and never drank neat. Enjoy over lots of ice. Our favorite is to mix with premium ginger ale and garnish with a fresh snapped pea pod.

Although great as a substitute for gin cocktails, Seedlip's spirits do not contain juniper and thus do not share a similar flavor profile.

TASTING NOTES

Seedlip Garden 108 is a fresh, herbal and floral blend of peas, hay, and traditional garden herbs including rosemary, thyme, and spearmint.

INGREDIENTS

Water, Natural Botanical Distillates and Extracts, Preservative: Potassium Sorbate, Acid: Citric acid.
A complex, herbal blend of individually copper pot distilled Peas, Hay and traditional English herbs.

Serving Size: 1

Calories : 0%

Fat: 0%

Sodium: 0%

Carbs: 8g

Sugar: 0%

Protein:0%

Non-alcoholic, zero calories, sugar & sweetener free with no artificial flavours. Water, Natural Botanical Distillates & Extracts (Peas, Hay, Spearmint, Rosemary, Thyme & Hops). Preservative: Potassium sorbate. Acid: Citric acid.

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Richard Vandermeer (Fort Mill, US)
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After trying 3 different non alcoholic spirits, I find that one cannot compare them to an alcoholic beverage. Instead, they are what they are and must stand on their own.