Seedlip

What to drink when you're not drinking.

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Seedlip is the worlds first distilled non-alcoholic spirit. Served in some of the worlds best cocktail bars, Michelin starred restaurants & luxury hotels. Seedlip comes in two flavours: Garden 108 & Spice 94. Seedlip is now available online and being distributed in the USA.

Reviews
  • Pros: 

    A great alternative to alcohol

    Cons: 

    None to speak of

    My wife introduced me to Seedlip after seeing it on special offer in our local supermarket. I was sceptical that it would be anywhere near as good as alcohol, but both the Spice and Garden versions are both fantastic with a good tonic like Fevertree. Personally, my favourite is the Garden version with ice, Fevertree and a large slice of cucumber and a few fresh peas… lovely!

    Craig Paterson has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    NON‑ALCOHOLIC SPIRITS

    Cons: 

    No not any cons

    Love brand

    Kaan S Barin has used this product for one year.
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Chris
ChrisHunter@mycryptouni · Amora fati
Seedlip's tagline caught my attention which seems to solve a personal problem which I face more and more; "What to drink when you're not drinking." Made from only plants, botanicals select herbs, spices, peels and barks. Seedlip contains no sugars or sweeteners and has zero calories & no artificial flavors. I would NOT recommend drinking by itself, but served over ice with tonic water (Fever Tree) - It makes for a super refreshing option that is not another coke, coffee or sugary insulin infused mocktail. Great to sip on in the afternoon, a Friday wine down or to offer someone something a little different in a meeting or at home. Spice is my personal favorite of the two flavors.
Devin Rajaram
Devin Rajaram@devinrajaram · Partner (UI, UX & CRO), Wayfx.com
I can normally tolerate small type, but the paragraph text is tough on the eyes. Upping it to 1rem made all the difference (while using inspect element). Edit: Realized the maker isn't on here.