‘New Year, new you’ doesn’t have to leave you feeling blue if you’ve made a resolution to go dry this January and beyond. Whether looking to cut out alcohol completely or reduce consumption, the good news is you can still have a proper tasty drink AND go to the gym; because let’s face it, you’re better than a pint of squash.
Introducing Warner’s 0% Botanic Garden Spirits, a super-premium, farm-born spirit, that is packed full of flavour without any of the alcohol. Handcrafted will all-natural botanicals and using spring water drawn from their Falls Farm distillery, it’s the perfect blend of innovation, hard graft, and real, natural ingredients that Warner’s drinkers know and love.
Warner’s 0% Botanic Garden Spirits is available in two flavours – Juniper Double Dry and Pink Berry. The Juniper Double Dry is crafted using real, natural, farm-grown ingredients: lemon thyme, lemon verbena and water drawn from the spring at Warner’s farm. The spirit has a spicy base, herbal hit, citrus edge and peppery finish, giving it the recognisable kick of a top-shelf tipple.
It took playing around with 53 different natural ingredients before settling on the 0% Pink Berry recipe. The spirit is leading the way as a delicious non-alcoholic alternative to a fruity or pink gin: fragrant & tangy, combining raspberries and blackcurrant sage with a kick from chilli, ginger and Szechuan pepper. Both flavours are 0% ABV and suitable for vegans – or those also conquering Veganuary.
Warner’s founder Tom Warner said: “Going dry in January is a great test of resolve and willpower but let’s be honest, after the last couple of years, it feels like even more of a challenge this January.
“Our 0% Botanic Garden Spirits mean you shouldn’t have to compromise simply because you’re having a non-alcoholic beverage. If you’re going to have a drink, make it a proper drink and drink like a bloomin’ grown up.”
Warner’s 0% Botanic Garden Spirits range can be purchased in 5cl from £3 or 50cl from £18 in major supermarkets including M&S, Ocado, selected Co-Ops and www.warnersdistillery.com.