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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.

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

Emperor’s new clothes

Outrageous pricing for flavoured water

30th July 2020

Its a really good refreshing and subtle tangy taste. I can't recommend it highly enough.

Given I'm of a certain vintage I've not hitherto readily voted for a non alcoholic drink. Given I'm of a certain vintage I've broached the subject with myself recently and been absolutely delighted to have discovered Feragaia. It has a mildly astringent taste and mellow sharpness I find particularly appealing but absent in any other non-alcoholic drink I've tried. It's subtle yet with great depth and is compelling in its delivery. It doesn't die on the tongue. All the senses get a good feel for the sophistication of it. I absolutely love it.

6th July 2020

Smoky and suave

A huge relief to find a smoky and suave af alternative. Not cheap but worth it: can't recommend highly enough.

3rd July 2020

One of a kind.

Has a punchy alcohol-esq hum but feels keeps me feeling fresh and healthy when drinking.
One of a kind.

29th June 2020

Found it !

I’ve been looking for a satisfying alternative to alcohol as I’m not a big drinker. I’ve tried a few ‘non alcoholic spirits’ and I haven’t been impressed. This was until I tried Feragaia! Complex and strong taste and love the branding. Very happy

28th June 2020

WAY overpriced - smells like aftershave.

Stupid me for not reading the small print - its 50cl bottle (I had assumed a 70 whisky bottle volume) so pro rata, you are paying the EQUIVALENT of a good single malt - considering the duty on malt which i guess is not payble on non-alcoholic drink - the margins are through the roof. And what you get - hmm. Smells like (admittedly) very fresh and floral aftershave; the taste is thin and sticky. Not offensive - but nothing that you want to savour, as you would a single malt. A kind of affected cordial, perhaps, for summer cocktails - but NOT at this price!

28th May 2020

Makes going alcohol free a pleasure

Excellent nonalcoholic drink that makes cocktails from a simple gin and tonic to a mojito and gives a non alcoholic drink real ‘bite’ and a ‘kick’

17th May 2020

Classy drink.

Has a sophisticated flavour and colour. Thanks for an alcohol alternative that’s a great treat when mixed with tonic.

1st May 2020

It is too expensive

Why pay more for non alcohol than 40% proof

18th April 2020

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