12 January, 2017



Seedlip is claimed to be the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirits brand, solving the dilemma of ‘what to drink when you’re not drinking’.

Seedlip Garden 108 was launched in May. It is described as a green and floral blend of individual copper pot distillates, including handpicked peas and hay from the founder’s family farm and traditional herbs, including spearmint, rosemary and thyme. Garden 108 is said to be best served long with Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic or short in non-alcoholic cocktails.

The brand is said to be championed by some of the most influential bartenders, sommeliers and chefs and is available in some of the UK’s Michelin-starred restaurants, hotels and retailers, including the Ledbury, the Savoy and Selfridges.

Seedlip’s range includes Spice 94, which is a blend of copper pot distillates including two barks, two spices and two citrus peels.

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