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

Atopia by William Grant & Sons

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William Grant & Sons launched its first ultra-low alcohol spirit, bottled at 0.5% ABV, last month.

It was created by the company’s master distiller Lesley Gracie, who is the brains behind the recipe for Hendrick’s gin, and costs £25 per bottle.

So far there are two products in the Atopia range: Spiced Citrus, and Wild Blossom.

Gracie said the distillates were “selected and combined with care and precision, meaning you can pick out each flavour separately whilst no one flavour dominates over the other.”

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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