Seedlip Drinks

The world’s first non-alcoholic spirits

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Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
I'm so confused. These don't seem like the attributes of a spirit? SUGAR FREE SWEETENER FREE NO CALORIES NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVOURS
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Melanie Lajeunesse@lajeunesse88
@chrismessina So non-alcoholic alcohol? I'm also confused. But beautiful site! Really great design.
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Ross Rojek@sacbookreviewer · CTO, GoLocalApps.com, Apptoolkit.io
@chrismessina Sounds like water
@chrismessina Don't think I'd call this a spirit, which I think by definition is alcoholic. Sounds more like a hydrosol / herbal distillate that's been, I guess diluted in water and (I hope) prepared to food grade standards.
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Troy William Marderosian@troymard_pmbc · Account Executive, PMBC Group
I'm really curious to see how it tastes. Very confused like everyone else. Bring it to LA!
LekanB@lekanb · Founder @ FlexSpace.io
Beautiful site, great marketing... But I too am confused! So this is basically infused water right?
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Steve Brigden@steve_brigden1
Got some of the best London eateries lined up, so there must be something to it. Can't help but think that calling it a non-alcoholic spirit will put people off (I just want a whiskey!) but they do sound rather refreshing.