The official stuff
Sea Arch Coastal Juniper Blend alcohol-free distilled spirit with a low calorie, lightly sparkling Indian tonic. Sea Arch Coastal Juniper Blend is made using traditional distillation techniques. At the first sip, aromatic juniper and bitter grapefruit give a clean, crisp taste. Then comes the sweetness and spice of blood orange and coriander. Distinctively fresh coastal notes and Devon character are distilled from the wild seaside herbs of sea kelp and samphire, and cardamom ensures a balanced, warm finish. Overall, its delicate balance of botanicals gives an intense and inviting depth of flavour, providing a sophisticated alternative for times when people don’t want to drink alcohol. Bursting with seaside botanicals, the Sea & T has all the deliciousness of a G&T with none of the alcohol. It’s a great addition to the Sea Arch range as the convenient format of a ‘ready to drink’ can means people can simply snap it open and serve, ideally over ice and a slice…
Alcohol content: 0.0%
Style: Pre-mixed ready-to-drink non-alcoholic cocktail.
Container: 250ml can
Energy: 18.0 kCal/100 ml
Sugars: 3.9g/100 ml
Vegan friendly: Yes
Gluten free: Yes
How to store: Store in a cool place. Serve chilled.
Country of origin: England
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Why it's worthy
This gave us a wow moment. It tastes like a summer afternoon on the south coast.
What you'll taste
Fragrance of fennel, samphire, pine and seabreeze, with a hint of citrus and gentle bitterness.
The perfect pairing
Serve it in your favourite glass with lots of ice and a wedge of lime. Sip it in a deckchair with a bowl of marinated olives to hand.
The pleasant surprise
Sea Arch founders Sarah and Geoff Yates have an extensive background in hospitality. They really understand what people want to drink - and we think it shows