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Feragaia Non Alcoholic Spirit - 0 Alcohol and Calories

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Regular price £24.95
0.0%
Alcohol content
700ml
Container size
0kCal
per 100ml
Vegan
Gluten free
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Bold by nature, Feragaia is an alcohol-free spirit made from land and sea botanicals. True to its name, meaning ‘Wild Earth’, it is a product of windswept coastlines, open country and creative minds. Feragaia is progressively distilled, blended and bottled in the far reaches of the Scottish Lowlands, an area governed by centuries of spirit innovation. Amber in colour, with a taste of clean complexity and warming finish, this is an open call to cut out the noise and take in the moments worth savouring.

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Alcohol content: 0.0%

Style: Alcohol-free botanical spirit.

Container: 700ml glass bottle

Energy: 0.0 kCal/100 ml

Sugars: 0.0g/100 ml

Vegan friendly: Yes

Gluten free: Yes

How to store: Store in a cool place. Serve with your favourite mixer.

Country of origin: Scotland

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why it's worthy

Why it's worthy

This is a taste of Scotland, and it's wonderful!

what you'll taste

What you'll taste

This pale gold liquid has herb, vanilla, spice and lots of peaty character. Mixing with ginger ale brings out nutty, sea salt and fresh bread flavours too. Very like a fine whisky or whisky liqueur.

the perfect pairing

The perfect pairing

On the rocks, or with ginger ale, in a whisky tumbler.

the pleasant surprise

The pleasant surprise

The name Feragaia references the wildness of the Scottish landscape and its connection to mother earth 'Gaia'.