Seadrift Non-Alcoholic Spirit
- Australian Made
- Made without alcohol
- Sugar Free
- Calorie Free
The Seadrift non-alcoholic distilled spirit is a really unique take on a gin-style spirit. Created right here on Sydney's Northern Beaches in their own distillery. Seadrift is everything you would expect from a fresh, coastal distilled botanical drink. This is an Award winning, Vegan, distilled spirit has notes of coriander and lime, and perfect with ice and tonic or it can be used to create your favourite gin mocktail. Plus it is sugar free and free from calories.
Make sure you read the reviews of this tonic! It’s not like a lot of others and definitely has a clear coriander taste (so not everyone will like it), paired with the fact that it’s more savoury and herbaceous (than floral, sweet or citrusy) it won’t be to everyone’s taste.
I really enjoyed this gin when paired with seafood or Asian cruise (esp Thai). I also made the “stingray” cocktail on their website (with sugar syrup, lime, coriander and mint) which was delicious. Really refreshing and very unique tasting. Devastated that I finished the bottle before trying a Bloody Mary with it.
If you’re expecting a standard gin (or don’t like coriander) you’ll be really disappointed with this gin. If you’re after something different, slightly savoury that would do fabulously sitting on a pier eating fancy Thai or oysters then give this a go!
Rated 5 out of 5
Rated 4 out of 5
This was a shocker. I have dumped the bottle and did not finish the first drink. The smell was really bad on opening. Smelt fishy. Smelt off. I appreciate the ingredients are pretty unique, and not something I've had before, so I decided not to trust my nose and poured out 30ml on ice and gave it a taste. Utterly awful. Both the smell up your nose as the glass comes up and it gets no better on the palette. Honestly, it's that bad I wonder if I just got a bottle that had gone bad.
Also it's just a small thing - but the bottle is trying too hard with a wax finish, like you might see on a Maker's Mark. At least on the Maker's Mark there's a tab you can pull to cleanly take off the wax. Not so on this bottle. Had to pick at it with my nails and then ultimately a sharp knife.
Would never buy again.
Rated 1 out of 5
Rated 1 out of 5