If you’re planning to give Dry January a go this year, then there is a new product launch that you might want to sit up and take note of.
The UK’s popular gin brand Gordon’s Gin has announced a non-alcoholic version of its iconic gin. And as it’s made with the same botanicals used in Gordon’s London Dry Gin, it’s a brilliant way to still enjoy the same taste – minus the alcohol.
The Gordon’s Alcohol Free 0.0% Gin is now available to pre-order on Amazon ahead of its January 11 2021 release date, so we recommend hot-footing it over now to snap one up before it launches.
Gordon’s Gin has launched it’s first alcohol free drink and it’s now available to pre-order on Amazon priced at £17.16
Whether you’re teetotal, health conscious or are looking to cut back on the booze, the demand for low alcohol or alcohol-free drinks is growing, meaning there has never been more choice.
If you’re looking for alcohol-free drinks that are as good as the real thing, then there is a whole bunch of zero proof spirits out there.
Gordon’s is the latest brand to jump on the bandwagon. The new 0.0% provides the bold, piney juniper-led character you’d expect from Gordon’s but without the booze, so you don’t have to miss out on flavour.
The alcohol-free Gordon’s has been designed to be drunk just like your usual gin and tonic. The brand recommends pouring 50ml over ice with your chosen tonic and garnish, but you could also include it in your favourite mocktail.
Gordon’s 0.0% promises to provide the bold, piney juniper-led character you’d expect from Gordon’s but without the booze
A good pretender to a traditional gin, it promises to be as close as it can get to traditional gin, packed full of flavour and taste.
This is largely thanks to the distilling process in which the botanicals are individually immersed in water, heated and then distilled before being expertly blended together to capture the essence of Gordon’s, but in a delicious alcohol-free alternative.
The Gordon’s Alcohol Free 0.0% is priced at £17.16 and is available to pre-order on Amazon ahead of its launch on January 11 – so you can snap up a bottle just in time for Dry January should you be taking part.
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