Seedlip Spice 94
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:
Of which saturates: 0.1g
Of which sugars: <0.2g
- Special Instructions
- No need to refrigerate.
Once opened, use within 8 weeks.
- Manufacturer Details
- Seedlip Ltd,
71-75 Shelton Street,
London WC2H 9JQ
Seedlip Spice 94
(Non-Alcoholic Spirit) Reviews
64 Customer Reviews
It tasted like mouthwash at the Dentist, I would not recommend it to anyone.
Beautiful depth of flavor.
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!
Love it. Enjoyed it as a unique amazing drink. A good addition to my options having been teetotal 5 years.
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.
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! :)
I'd rather drink Dentyn mouthwash. I don't drink alcohol, a Fever Tree tonic with angostura bitters, ice and lemon is far nicer.
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.
Brilliant idea great for Stoptober
Clove is overwhelming. Just not nice. Feeling fleeced.
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.
Excellent flavor: lightly spiced, slightly citrus, neither sweet nor bitter!
i like the idea. however if you arelooking for a gin replacement this is not it. it does give an interesting taste to you tonic though...
Best with tonic, lots of ice and a couple large slices of orange which makes the cloves less overwhelming. Great drink
Absolutely love both this and the green variant. The makers aren't trying to make it taste like gin so the gin references are peculiar, ditto the hydrosols. It's distilled for six months from botanicals and is clear but that's where the similarity ends. It's delicious and refreshing. By the way, you're meant to dilute it with tonic - not drink it neat! It's delicious with all the Fevertree variants.
at last a refreshing alternative to sweet and predictable non-alcoholic drinks. I wish it was more widely available
We had this product in our pub, despite pushing it as an alternative no-alcoholic drink we couldn't sell even half the bottle before it's expiry date was up. It tastes awful. All of my team found it to be uninteresting, some said it was vile. Really hard to get behind a product that you simply don't like....and with good reason in my opinion
This is a great product. It makes being the boring 'non drinker' at parties a little more bearable! I love that you can add Fevertree tonics and slices of fresh fruit to make it look like your drinking an alcoholic drink. Highly recommend!!!
At last a grown up drink for non-drinkers! Because I am on meds that limit my alcohol intake it is great to have something other than just sparkling water or sugary fruit/fizzy drinks. It doesn't taste like gin, but then it isn't meant to! (and not meant to be drunk neat!) Though you do drink it like gin, ie with tonic. I also like mine with a twist of orange peel or lemon if I have no oranges or grapefruit.
It not got juniper so for those expecting a gin, its not! Its totally unique. I love the all spice/cardamon notes which when mixed with a tonic feels so much more special/complex (and more grown up!) than the other options out there when you're not drinking. Im often designated driver and this has made my evenings a lot more bearable!