Spiritless — Kentucky 74 — Non-Alcoholic Bourbon
Spiritless takes its time to distill, blend, and bottle this non-alcoholic spirit to perfection. Kentucky 74 is your new go-to for all your favorite bourbon cocktails.
HOW TO ENJOY
Pick your potency: go halfsies by pairing one-to-one with your favorite bourbon whiskey to cut down on ABV and calories, or, go completely Spiritless by replacing the alcohol entirely.
Spiritless Kentucky 74 delivers a high-quality, smooth finish, underpinned by familiar notes of caramel, vanilla, and oak. It has the taste, mouthfeel, and approach of a real whiskey, but without the alcoholic bite.
Oak Extract, Water, Natural Flavors, Glycerine, Sugar, Citric Acid, Xantham Gum, Sodium Benzoate (preservative), Potassium Sorbate (preservative)
Serving Size: 2fl oz (59ml)
Calories : 15
Carbs: 4g (1%)
Then best NA bourbon I have tried. I am sold...
Your Kentucky 74 has all the great taste of bourbon, but without the alcohol. I would pass this on to all my friends about the taste.
I just poured my first drink and am pleasantly surprised. I mixed it with **** & Bull ginger beer and it tastes similar enough to the real thing. Love it! Wish it was more affordable but that's not what reviews are for.
I thought for sure I’d be writing a review that said this zero alcohol bourbon tasted just as crappy and fake as every other “faux” liquor I’d ever tried but folks - this is the real deal! I tried it first on the rocks and the next night with Coke and I have to say it tasted as smooth and “real” as the Makers Mark I used to drink. Now mind you, I haven’t had an alcoholic drink in 14 years since I got sober and because of that - I may have to pour out the rest of this Kentucky 74. It tastes so much like the real thing that I feel guilty drinking it!
Pros: Smells like bourbon, pretty graphic design.
Cons: Costs a lot for something that tastes like cough syrup—even as a mixed drink.
Solution: Spend less on marketing and more on distilling.
Note: Spiritless censors poor reviews on its website, which demonstrates a lack of confidence in the quality of its product and a willingness to deceive in order to boost sales.