Everleaf Forest 50cl

English Spirit • 50cl • 0%
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Everleaf Forest
In stock, get it Tue 5th
Country English Spirit
Distillery/Brand Everleaf

Everleaf Forest

A fragrant and subtly floral non-alcoholic aperitif from the Everleaf folks! Everleaf Forest is made with the likes of saffron, vanilla, citrus blossom, gentian, and more, making for a tipple that offers up tasty flavours of the forest. Perfect for enjoying splashed in tonic water with a good wedge of fresh orange to garnish.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Enjoyably bitter with orange peel, coriander and fennel, while soft wafts of vanilla and saffron sweeten its profile.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Non‐Alcoholic Apéritifs - 2023
The Low & No Masters (The Spirits Business)

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Reviews for Everleaf Forest
Super tasty
Fantastic drink! You can dilute this massively while still getting the full taste -- as a previous reviewer said, it doesn't get lost in mixers.
Sophia , United Kingdom
one year ago
Great for mixing!
Absolutely great for making grown up mocktails. I used to be a bartender and don't drink now, so have struggled to find something with good depth of flavour and mouthfeel that doesn't get lost in mixed drinks - until now!

Try: Garibaldi 50ml Forest 120ml Fresh OJ
Andreas , United Kingdom
one year ago
Bitter, tasty and oh so moreish
Delicious with soda or light tonic. Definitely scratches the itch and feels like a grown up alternative to most non alcs on the market.
Fred , United Kingdom
one year ago
Not nice - gets worse as one tries to continue drinking it.
They say that taking time off alcohol is good for both the (inner) spirit and body.

One of the "problems" is when the spring sun comes out and one needs to find a 0% replacement for one's favourite gin.
Unfortunately, Everleaf Forest is neither "perfect" (as your "chaps" say) nor particularly tasty - the more one dips into a drink with this yellow concoction in (even with one's favourite tonic!) the more sickly it becomes.
M&S do a really good "0% Botanicals" - but for me, an even better drink is Sea Arch - a superb concoction.
John M B O , United Kingdom
one year ago