Alcohol, Drink, Food & Drink

The Best Non-Alcoholic Spirits To Try

Looking for non-alcoholic alternatives to traditional spirits? As more and more people focus on their health, the demand for alcohol-free options has skyrocketed. Fortunately, there are now more non-alcoholic alternatives than ever before, especially when it comes to alcohol-free spirits.

 

If you’re looking to cut down on your alcohol intake in 2023, there are some fantastic options out there that are perfect for starting the year off right. Here are some of the best non-alcoholic spirits to try:

 

Caleno Dark & Spicy

Caleno is a fantastic non-alcoholic alternative that’s perfect for those who love rum. It’s a versatile drink that pairs well with a variety of mixers, from ginger beer to Coca Cola. With its tropical flavor profile, you’ll detect notes of pineapple, coconut, cardamom, and warm ginger spicing. Plus, it’s sugar-free and gluten-free, making it a great choice for everyone.

 

Tanqueray Alcohol-Free

Tanqueray is among the best when it comes to gin alternatives. Its alcohol-free version uses the same four botanicals as its London Dry gin, offering a classic gin flavor without the booze. It’s citrusy and floral, and you’d hardly notice the difference when using it in a G&T.

 

Lyre’s American Malt

Lyre’s is a great option for those who love whiskey. Its American Malt is an alcohol-free spirit that’s ideal for mixing in cocktails or with soft drinks such as cola. It has a nutty and vanilla aroma that’s sure to satisfy your cravings for whiskey. Lyre’s also offers a range of other non-alcoholic spirits, including amaretto, gin, and even a non-alcoholic absinthe!

 

Crossip Dandy Smoke

The Crossip Dandy Smoke is a smooth non-alcoholic drink that’s intensely smoky with dashes of clove, ginger, and cayenne that make it truly delectable. The Independent named Crossip the best non-alcoholic alternative spirit in recent times, and it has only grown in popularity since launching in 2020. It pairs well with Coke, ginger ale, and even a dash of lime.

 

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