Thanks for that. Didn't want to invest in a bottle without asking for a customer review!Not a gin drinker myself, but #1 daughter used to like a G&T before she had to go onto medication that means she can't drink alcohol. She claims the 0% Gordon's tastes almost identical to the real thing.
I feel an arrsepedia wiki page coming on...Just done a quick stock check and it looks like we need to drink more.
All of this is alcohol free or very low alcohol content (under 0.5%).
The small bottles are mostly syrups and flavourings for making cocktails (or mocktails).
Most of it was free. Stuff that people have kindly sent us to try and plug on our Instagram page which is nearly at 4000 followers.
The only thing that puts me off the Gordon’s is that there is so much other good stuff out there. All of these will hold their own with some premium tonic in the mix and each of them is unique. The flavour isn’t drowned out by alcohol.
Trying these has actually become a hobby in its own right. The same way I used to like trying different single malt whiskies.
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Ze Germans do a fine line in AF beers. The Warsteiner is tier 1
My nearest Aldi is on the local council estate, does Lady Ravers go shopping in these sort of places on a poverty safari ?
You are most welcome. Just as long as you understand that I take no responsibility for my daughter's taste (or lack thereof). We are, afterall, talking about someone who at the age of 24 will put tomato sauce on a fillet steak. Oh, the humanity...Thanks for that. Didn't want to invest in a bottle without asking for a customer review!
Called into my local Aldi. Due the ‘Raver’s Effect’, the shop has been cleared out of this and the St Etienne you mentioned. It’s the problem with living in Wiltshire: too many Arrsers!