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We can't actually ship Feragaia to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

In the meantime, our friends over at The Whisky Shop might be able to help you out.

Thank you for your support and understanding 🙂

-The folks at Master of Malt

Feragaia Bottling Note

Feragaia is a Scottish alcohol-free spirit marrying 14 botanicals including seaweed, bay leaf and chamomile. Before bottling, it's then blended with Scottish water, with the resulting tipple balancing earthy and spicy notes. Feragaia means ‘wild earth’, taken from Fera in Latin meaning ‘wild’, and ‘Gaia’ in Greek mythology translating to ‘earth’.

The brand is also hugely focused on sustainability, with both the bottle and cap recyclable, while all botanicals are composted post-distillation and locally sourced where possible. It works very well either on the rocks or with a splash of tonic water.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

A floral top note leads into earthier root flavours, with a balanced salty note and a warming, spiced finish.

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Feragaia Reviews

Spicy earthy chamomile

It's not anything like whisky (it's not supposed to be) but it's a nice base to have on hand for mixing drinks when you want something zero proof but more interesting than a coke or lime & seltzer. I mostly taste chamomile here, some bright/warm herbal savouriness, and spice on the finish. Mixed it with chilled lapsang souchong tea, lemon, and ginger slices muddled in simple syrup for a sort of Penicillin-inspired drink. It was even better when muddled with lemon juice, fresh mint, honey syrup, and mixed with cold chamomile tea (an Arnold Palmer riff I suppose). A little thin on the texture, like so many non-alcoholic "spirit" bases, but I'm glad I bought it!

24th January 2022

Reach for the mouthwash

A Christmas present from my daughter. When I tasted it I had to check the date. Thought it was an April Fool's joke. She does have a sense of humour.
I don't want to be rude so I won't attempt to describe the taste or compare it to anything else I've ever tasted but I do feel sorry for all those people with a personal taste similar to my own who will reach for a mouthwash immediately after it touches their tongue.

25th December 2021

Sophisticated. Excellent. Only in Scotland.

I tried this while on holiday in Scotland and immediately bought a bottle - it’s excellent!
It will be a great add to my liquor cabinet, since I often entertain friends with a variety of drinking preferences.

12th October 2021

Not for me

Sorry, it's like drinking lemon juice from a used ashtray.

Really not to my taste at all unfortunately.

16th June 2021

A refreshing break from the non alcoholic norm

This was a gift. I’m now buying more - love it’s subtle complex flavour and ‘nose’. Particularly love it over ice, with ginger ale (if in a sweet mood), or with soda and a crushed bayleaf. Really refreshing non-alcoholic drink.

1st June 2021

Horrible drink, dont be the next sucker

Why do they call tbis, a spirit?
Firstly its non alcoholic, which it says on the bottle granted, if its categorised as a spirit it should at least taste like one, which it does not,i tried it out more curious than anything else, but found it to be unpleasant to taste, extortionate to buy and would advise peolpe not to get conned into buying thid horrible product.

30th May 2021


Bottle looks nice and that's the positive.

Looks like a pale whisky when poured, which was a promising start.
I inhaled the aroma. Undeterred by the nausea that this was in danger of inducing I thought it cannot taste as bad as it smells. I was proved incorrect.
I am sure there is a skill involved in creating and marketing a drink but to develop something which smells like industrial cleaner, without any of the charm, and sell it as "alcohol free spirit" takes some large cajones.

My purchase will serve as a warning to family and friends.

24th May 2021

Unique complex taste from Scotland

It has a unique complex taste and thankfully is not sweet, as many non-alcoholic drinks are. It is versatile and there are recipes for mocktails on the website - I aim to try the one with gorse, although it is fine by itself too.

6th April 2021

Not for me

I know taste is always personal but I didn't enjoy this at all.

1st April 2021

Not a substitute, but a first choice!

I am so glad I bought this! It's not a substitute for any spirit, it stands apart in it's own right. Earthy and warming, I am so looking forward to experimenting with different cocktails. Thank you for saving my dry January!

10th January 2021

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