Seedlip Spice 94
(Non-Alcoholic Spirit)

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.
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


  • Clove Clove
  • Lemon Lemon
  • Grapefruit Grapefruit

Seedlip Spice 94
(Non-Alcoholic Spirit) Reviews

72 Customer Reviews

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  • 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!??

  • 5
    20 December 2017

    Excellent if you want a non-alcoholic alternative to PIMM's or gin & tonic. The recipe on their flier says 50 ml Seedlip Spice 94 and 125 ml of tonic - with a twist of grapefruit, apple and or cucumber this is a really pleasant drink.

  • 1
    5 December 2017

    It tasted like mouthwash at the Dentist, I would not recommend it to anyone.

  • 4
    4 November 2017

    Beautiful depth of flavor.

  • 1
    29 October 2017

    Although the bottle and label design is beautiful the content is not even disappointing, it feels like a rip off! Boil water with some cloves in it, leave it to cool down, add a few drops of lime and that is exactly it and you will have saved 20 pounds!

  • 5
    15 October 2017

    Love it. Enjoyed it as a unique amazing drink. A good addition to my options having been teetotal 5 years.

  • 5
    7 October 2017

    Tried Speedlip Spice 94 in a Pizza express and thoroughly enjoyed the drink. You have to get the proportions with tonic just right and serve with ice and a sprig of mint. I enjoy a drink before going out for the night and, as this is non-alcoholic and I am the driver, this fits the bill perfectly.

  • 5
    4 October 2017

    A very nice drink! We thoroughly enjoyed it with fever tree and a slice of pink grapefruit and a sprig of mint - and the bonus is its not alcoholic! A win! Cant wait to try the Garden 108 now! :)

  • 1
    28 September 2017

    I'd rather drink Dentyn mouthwash. I don't drink alcohol, a Fever Tree tonic with angostura bitters, ice and lemon is far nicer.

  • 1
    24 September 2017

    Very expensive bottle of water. Has no depth, tastes of clove and a fever tree tonic with a slice probably nicer on its own. Feel ripped off. I have heart failure so can't drink alcohol but will stick to 0% beers and wine from now on as at least they taste like the real thing. This is obviously a hipster thing that is cool to order infront of friends.

  • 4
    22 September 2017

    Brilliant idea great for Stoptober

  • 1
    4 September 2017

    Clove is overwhelming. Just not nice. Feeling fleeced.

  • 3
    10 August 2017

    Actually this particular bottle did not taste as good as the first bottle that I had purchased directly from Seedlip at the Chelsea Garden show this year in May 2017. It did not seem to be as tasty or as strong.

  • 5
    26 July 2017

    Excellent flavor: lightly spiced, slightly citrus, neither sweet nor bitter!

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