10 new low and no-alcohol spirits brands to try in 2019

Seedlip variants by Seedlip

Seedlip Grove 42 (PRNewsfoto/Seedlip)

Seedlip has been around for a few years now, but thanks to the insight of Diageo-funded accelerator Distill Ventures and founder Ben Branson’s boundless enthusiasm, the brand continues to be a trend-setter in the burgeoning non-alcoholic drinks category.

The range, which now comprises three flavours – the original Seedlip Spice 94, Seedlip Garden 108 and the latest addition, citrussy Seedlip Grove 42 – started in restaurants in London, but is now sold in the US, Australia and Hong Kong, as well as in major UK supermarkets, including Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s.

Seedlip recently unveiled the “world’s first” non-alcoholic aperitif range, Aecorn, which launched earlier this year.

6 Responses to “10 new low and no-alcohol spirits brands to try in 2019”

  1. David says:

    The low/no sector is so dynamic with a lot of innovation in all segments. It would be useful to have a critical evaluation of these products rather than description and the corporate spiel…

  2. Raymond Haak says:

    As of recently (last 6 months of 2019), I have seen a few full page ads from a new spirit free line of drinks by Diagio. I have reached out to several Glazer distributing offices who are supposedly the US distributors and none of them know anything about this line of drinks? I would like to know where I can buy some of these spirit free drinks?

  3. Mark says:

    Lyre’s is sold at BevMo.

  4. steven haberer says:

    where can I purchase a bottle of Celtic Soul. I would like to try it.

  5. I would’nt recommend Celtic Soul, very expensive for something that tastes like diluted apple juice with a touch of cinnamon ! Back to the drawing board guys !

  6. michala newman says:

    Do u have an alternative that tastes like brandy

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