Seedlip Spice 94
Non-Alcoholic Spirit

70cl
Seedlip Spice 94 / Non-Alcoholic Spirit
Web Exclusive Price £27.95 £23.29 ex VAT (£39.93 per litre)
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This non-alcoholic spirit alternative from Seedlip is one of the most innovative products we’ve seen for a long time. It’s made like a gin with botanicals, but is definitely not a gin. The predominant flavour is clove rather than juniper, and, most importantly, it has no alcohol! Perfect if you’re a designated driver or you’re not drinking at the moment.

Creator Ben Branson was bored of sweet, fizzy drinks, and he combined six botanicals to make Seedlip: allspice, grapefruit, lemon peel, cardamom, American oak and cascarilla bark. Together, they make a fresh, warming drink that is full of flavour but is alcohol free.
Ingredients
Water, Natural Botanical Distillates and Extracts (15%), Preservative: Potassium sorbate, Acid: Citric acid.
Nutritional Information
Per 50ml:
Energy: 0.85kJ/0.2kcal
Fat: <0.1g
Of which saturates: 0.1g
Carbohydrate: <0.1g
Of which sugars: <0.2g
Protein: <0.1g
Salt: <0.1g
Special Instructions
No need to refrigerate.
Once opened, use within 8 weeks.
Manufacturer Details
Seedlip Ltd,
71-75 Shelton Street,
Covent Garden,
London WC2H 9JQ

Character

  • Clove Clove
  • Lemon Lemon
  • Grapefruit Grapefruit

Seedlip Spice 94 Reviews

85 Customer Reviews

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  • 1
    Today

    Disgusting. Overpriced stale water. Total waste of money. Do not Buy!

  • 4
    11 days ago

    I was surprised by the ingredients having tasted this before reading the list. I thought it has a subtle cucumber/mown grass flavour. It was pleasant but not overpowering mixed with soda water. I think it is overpriced for a non alcoholic product, after all it surely will not be taxed as alcohol would, so although I quite liked it, I would probably stick to tonic without gin as a G&T alternative.

  • 1
    24 August

    Doesn’t deserve a star – this is absolutely rubbish. A rip-off.

  • 1
    19 August

    Tastes like watered down mouthwash, definitely not worth the money I spent. Don’t know what warrants the price. Terrible, anyone thinking of buying it - DON’T. Utter waste of money.

  • 5
    29 July

    Brilliant - not sweet, fragrance, and although it’s not gin it’s abt as good as I imagine an alternative could be

  • 1
    12 July

    very watered down, flavourless (amost) on it's own, even more watered down when mixed. Flavoured mineral water (some brands at least) has the same taste but costs 10% of the price.

  • 4
    18 June

    I have had to cut down my alcohol intake for health reasons. I love a long gin and tonic in the summer. My daughter found this. If you are expecting it to be the same taste as gin you will be disappointed, but keep an open mind for this new alternative and it is a very refreshing non alcoholic drink, not sweet like most non-alcoholic alternatives.

  • 5
    12 June

    I love this drink, I mix the same I would with a Gin, and have a lovely refreshing drink I can drink with my friends, and not have the heavy feeling you get from fizzy drinks, or the hangover from alcohol.

  • 1
    9 June

    Utter rubbish. Add clove to water, allow to infuse. Distilled in a tap if you ask me. Terrible.

  • 1
    28 May

    Tastes absolutely disgusting. Why anyone would want to drink this drink I do not know!

  • 1
    15 May

    Real disappointment . Just flavoured water for lots of money

  • 1
    7 May

    Really disappointing. Tasted very slightly of clove. No depth of flavour at all. Stick to plain tonic, or maybe add bitters.

  • 1
    17 March

    Oh my goodness, what a waste of money. It is literally flavoured water, as in really watery. I feel so tricked by this product. I was actually expecting something at least with some taste. This is just cloves. Boil some cloves in water and you won’t be far off.

  • 5
    13 February

    I was intrigued by the "Non Alcoholic Spirit" bit. Bought it to try, was a little sceptical but if you put it with a flavoured tonic, to me, it is just as nice and refreshing as a G&T with only a few calories, if you put tonic with it. Its too strong a flavour to drink neat, why would you, when you have lovely tonics out there. I love it. My new drink of choice, if bars and restaurants start to stock it.

  • 1
    31 January

    Waste of money, just tastes like water.

  • 1
    26 January

    Clove water

  • 1
    9 January

    How does it get thro trading standards? Not a spirit and by distill I guess they mean distilled water! Not even a pleasant tasting water drink. Usual let's charge a ridiculous amount and people will convince themselves it's something special I guess. Why anyone would add peas to it I've no idea. It reminds me of the smell of boiled pea water anyway. I would like to think it's not a scam but I'm really not sure. I'm going to boil up my spring grass cuttings in an old copper kettle with the spout in a flower vase to catch the 'distillate' and see if I can make a superior product. I'll add cloves, cucumber, and maybe some juniper berries to at least attempt to resemble gin! Can't wait for spring now!

  • 1
    6 January

    Don't waste your money, too expensive for what it is.

  • 1
    6 January

    Bought this for "dry January" with great expectations given the price. It was literally scented water - it made no flavour difference and did not add any 'kick'. It simply makes your drink smell slightly nicer (if you like cloves and spices, which I do). Very disappointing and feels like a massive ripoff given the high price point. Can't understand how people are buying into this and giving 5* reviews. Awful product but I will say that the branding on the bottle is very well done - just a shame about the product itself!

  • 1
    1 January

    It's a case of 'the Emperor's clothes'!!! Buy a bottle of distilled water, add a few cloves, steep, sieve and you will save yourself ?25. We are all SO gullible!??

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