Seedlip Spice 94 70cl

English Spirit • 70cl • 0%
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Seedlip Spice 94
£20.99
In stock, get it tomorrow (Thu)
Country English Spirit
Distillery/Brand Seedlip

Seedlip Spice 94

Seedlip produce a range of non-alcoholic spirits from a selection of carefully considered botanicals, inspired by the distilled non-alcoholic remedies found in The Art of Distilling (written in 1651). Their Spice 94 expression is based around allspice, cardamom, grapefruit, lemon and oak - their recommended serve is:

50ml Seedlip Spice 94
125ml Tonic Water
Serve over ice with a red grapefruit twist

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Warming (almost Christmas-y) notes of nutmeg and clove, with a balancing sweetness of fresh citrus.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Gold
Gold
Non‐Alcoholic White ‘Spirits’ - 2023
The Low & No Masters (The Spirits Business)

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Reviews for Seedlip Spice 94
Don’t bother.
Extremely disappointed with this, it’s basically just water, very little taste to it at all.
Master of Malt Customer
9 months ago
Must Avoid!
Someone told me that she couldn't tell the difference between Alcoholic and Non Alcoholic Gin so I thought when I was next in Restaurant I would try some. I hated it and asked them to take it away - I then asked them what it was - so I could avoid it! Was told that it was 'Seedlip' which I thought was a silly Name - didn't realise there was more than one so am thinking I must have been drinking 'Spice' as I thought it tasted of Cinnamon - which I hate! and Nutmeg - not fond of.
Jenny , United Kingdom
2 years ago
A disappointing drink all round.
Fairly tasteless. Would not buy again. May as well drink tonic water on its own.
Sharon , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Over-priced barely flavoured water
Don't waste your money, just drink the tonic. This barely has any flavour at all & this gets completely covered up the moment you mix it with anything.
Niahm , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Buy this!
Excellent substitute for gin. Perfect with a decent tonic, black peppers and a twist of orange peel over ice.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Hangover cure?
It doesn't taste like gin - it tastes like aspirin. I suppose it would help stay off the dizzy juice.
DAVID W , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Delicious botanical notes.. beautiful taste.
What a find!

Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Helps to stay off the grog
It’s the reason I’m still not drinking nearly three months later.
I’ve been drinking this since Dry July so nearly 3 months. I mix it with diet tonic, ice and lemon. I like the unusual taste which is not for everyone I admit but it’s a treat for me in the evenings.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Great spicy drink
I took a bottle to lunch where we were brewing beer. Figured we should sat sober while we were hard at work. All the girls tasted this. Only one didnt like it... i this it is marvelous++
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
But...the Emperor has nothing on!
It's flavoured water. There's a lovely bit of marketing involved in calling it a non-alcoholic 'spirit', but if it ain't booze, it ain't spirit.

Seedlip's "what to drink when you're not drinking" strapline is all about being part of the gang, being able to join in even though you're not imbibing. So that's how this product is positioned in the market: a ticket to social inclusion.

This is water, dressed up as a gin-esque product for those who want the ceremony of cocktails without the alcohol, but rather than bottling an interesting cordial with real concentration of flavour, they've bottled water, flavoured lightly with clove-type spices and heavily with image.

If you'd like a bottle of image for the price of a bottle of gin, crack on.

This is a bottle of water, for north of twenty quid, so you can "feel like" you're drinking something fancy.

A bottle of WATER.
Jacob T , United Kingdom
4 years ago