What to drink when you're not drinking®
Distilled non-alcoholic botanical drink bottled in England.
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Suitable for vegetarians
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (54)
a bottle of water with a weird taste
come on - this is a con - lovely packaging but absolutely tasteless - tried it without any mixer and it was like sl flavoured water - not even a nice flavour. don't be fooled - this is an unbelievably expensive bottle of water
not a good replacement for alcohol
Smells like a garden but has no hint of a real drink. Not worth the money at all
My go-to non alcoholic drink
I really like this - it feels like a grown-up drink. I love the fresh grassiness of it with Mediterranean tonic. It smells delicious too. I have tried several non-alcoholic distilled spirits and this is by far my favourite. I just wish it was little more affordable (hence knocking one star off) and then I would drink it more often!
nice, but SO expensive!
£26 for non-alcoholic gin? come on.
The Emperor's New Clothes
And people really rate this stuff? So thin - it tastes like distilled water in which you've boiled some old vegetables, then added a few drops of your granny's perfume for good measure. A joke, surely? Tonic on it's own tastes far better, don't pollute it with this stuff! AVOID!!!
Well I had high hopes for this as I dont like the effect that drinking alcohol has on me, but I love the taste of gin and this had good reviews. What a waste of £22 for badly flavoured water. In my opinion Ill stick to some angostura bitters in Fever Tree tonic. This did nothing to enhance the flavour of the tonic and on its own - so bad, words fail me. Yuck!