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Everleaf Forest Non-Alcoholic Spirit

Everleaf Forest Non-Alcoholic Spirit

Size: 0,5 l
(0.0% ABV)
$34.99
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  • BrandEverleaf
  • CategoryNon-alcoholic Spirits
  • CountryUnited Kingdom
  • Style Non-alcoholic Spirit
  • Alcohol0.0%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.

Get transported to the world of tree-mendous taste with Everleaf Forest.

Paul Mathew
— a true-blue conservation biologist at heart, living and breathing the natural world — spent countless hours soaking in its wonders, and asking Mother Nature all sorts of questions (but never interrupting her mid-speech). When he switched up his career and became a master behind the bar, he couldn't shake one nagging thought — he knew how to bring out the best in Spirits, but creating Non-Alcoholic Drinks that were just as complex and rich as their boozy cousins was a mystery. Inspired by his background, Paul got down and dirty with botanicals, picking, macerating, and dehydrating until he discovered the secret recipe that birthed Everleaf.

Everleaf Forest takes you on a stroll through the lush and lively sun-dappled forest with its bouquet of 14 sustainably sourced botanicals, hand-picked from the very heart of the woods — expect aromas of exotic saffron, rich Madagascan vanilla, and honeyed orange blossom. With just 26 calories per serving, this award-winning Spritz stands tall as the ultimate thirst quencher that won't break the calorie bank. And it’s non-alcoholic, so you can enjoy it in a delicious mocktail whenever your heart desires. Just add a splash of tonic water and garnish with a slice of juicy blood orange.

Flavor Spiral TM
  • orange orange
  • warm warm
  • vanilla vanilla
  • citrus citrus
  • spicy spicy
  • sweet sweet
  • bittersweet bittersweet

Appearance / Color
Deep amber.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
A prominent aroma of vetiver and orange blossom followed by orris root and warm vanilla.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Bold and vibrant with flavors of citrus, bark, spices, saffron, and bittersweet roots.

Finish
Long, complex, with a tinge of the bitter gentian root.

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Get transported to the world of tree-mendous taste with Everleaf Forest.

Paul Mathew
— a true-blue conservation biologist at heart, living and breathing the natural world — spent countless hours soaking in its wonders, and asking Mother Nature all sorts of questions (but never interrupting her mid-speech). When he switched up his career and became a master behind the bar, he couldn't shake one nagging thought — he knew how to bring out the best in Spirits, but creating Non-Alcoholic Drinks that were just as complex and rich as their boozy cousins was a mystery. Inspired by his background, Paul got down and dirty with botanicals, picking, macerating, and dehydrating until he discovered the secret recipe that birthed Everleaf.

Everleaf Forest takes you on a stroll through the lush and lively sun-dappled forest with its bouquet of 14 sustainably sourced botanicals, hand-picked from the very heart of the woods — expect aromas of exotic saffron, rich Madagascan vanilla, and honeyed orange blossom. With just 26 calories per serving, this award-winning Spritz stands tall as the ultimate thirst quencher that won't break the calorie bank. And it’s non-alcoholic, so you can enjoy it in a delicious mocktail whenever your heart desires. Just add a splash of tonic water and garnish with a slice of juicy blood orange.

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  • BrandEverleaf
  • CategoryNon-alcoholic Spirits
  • CountryUnited Kingdom
  • Style Non-alcoholic Spirit
  • Alcohol0.0%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.
Flavor Spiral TM
  • orange orange
  • warm warm
  • vanilla vanilla
  • citrus citrus
  • spicy spicy
  • sweet sweet
  • bittersweet bittersweet

Appearance / Color
Deep amber.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
A prominent aroma of vetiver and orange blossom followed by orris root and warm vanilla.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Bold and vibrant with flavors of citrus, bark, spices, saffron, and bittersweet roots.

Finish
Long, complex, with a tinge of the bitter gentian root.