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A spicy, non-alcoholic spirit

Fancy a drink? Thinking something spicy?
But you’re not wanting anything alcoholic.
Hello Seedlip Spice 94.

This aromatic, non-alcoholic drink is all strong spices (think spice berries and cardamom) and citrus (lemon and grapefruit peel). Boasting to be the world’s first non-alcoholic beverage spirit, it was developed in a farm kitchen in the English woods, with a small copper still and a copy of The Art of Distillation … a publication written in 1651 which documents remedies used by apothecaries.

Sister to the Seedlip Garden 108 (which captures the essence of the English countryside, all handpicked peas and hay, rosemary, spearmint and thyme), and the just-released Seedlip Grove 42 (a mouthful of citrus deliciousness) here’s another bonus … the spirit has zero calories, is sugar- and sweetener-free and has no artificial flavours (perfect for those embracing the spirit of mindful drinking).

You’ll find Seedlip in your local bottle store for R229.

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WIN! We’re giving away a bottle … to stand in line to win, simply visit our Facebook page @GetitNationalMagazines like our post and tag a spice-loving friend and you’ll be in the draw.

Entries close July 31.

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