We taste-tested all three Seedlip distilled non-alcoholic spirits. My favourite was Grove 42. It is a “sophisticated, warm, citrus blend using three varieties of Mediterranean orange, lemon peel, ginger and lemongrass distillates with the cool prickle of Japanese Sansho peppercorn”.
My husband liked Seedlip Garden 108. It is a floral blend of hand-picked peas and homegrown hay and herbs from the founder, Ben Branson’s farm. It says it’s a celebration of the English countryside with notes of rosemary, thyme, and spearmint.
50ml Seedlip Grove 42
plain sparkling water, or tonic water
- Fill a highball glass with ice (optional), then add the Seedlip Grove.
- Top with sparkling water, or tonic water
- Decorate with a slice of lime
Seedlip is the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirits, solving the dilemma of ‘what to drink when you’re not drinking’.
Seedlip is served in some of the best restaurants, bars and hotels in the world. It was inspired by ‘The Art of Distillation’, a book written in 165 detailing apothecaries’ distilled non-alcoholic herbal remedies, now re-imagined to meet a modern need.