500 mL - Fruity Botanical Spirit - 0.0%
"CROSSIP Fresh Citrus is a superb, really clever invention"
Fresh Citrus opens with top notes of mandarin and eucalyptus. The body evolves into a multiplex of citrus; orange, lemon and grapefruit. The finishing notes are of fiery ginger and a subtle bitterness.
Perfect for a 0% Mojito, Cosmo or simply with Tonic
Citrus-forward drinks and cocktails can be just as tasty without the alcohol when you use the delicious base that Crossip has specifically developed to indulge at any time of the year - whether it's Christmas, Father's Day, Easter or Halloween, we've got you covered.
LESS IS MORE
Due to the intensity and boldness of the flavour, all CROSSIP Non-Alcoholic Spirits are designed to be used in 25ml measures to make a simple serve with a premium mixer.
With 20 servings per 50cl bottle, CROSSIP goes further than other non-alcoholic spirits who require 50ml or 60ml measures.
Eucalyptus, Clementine, Cayenne, Mandarin, Gentian, Orange, Lemon, Ginger, Grapefruit, Vegetable Glycerin, Water
Potassium Sorbatе, Sodium Benzoate, Ascorbic Аcid, Citric Аcid
Due to the natural ingredients used in production, sediment and some variation in colour is normal. Shake before use.
Bold, complex taste with a tartness that elevates any cocktail or perfect with just soda water on a hot summer day. Love this product! Going back this week for more.
This is hands down my favorite NA spirit and I've made it a hobby to try many and try to craft the perfect NA cocktail. Complex, a very slight burn, and a much denser, more assertive mouthfeel than most competitors (I hate the word mouthfeel but there you have it). It has presence; trust me if you try it you'll know what I mean. It goes wonderfully with a splash of grapefruit juice, a twist of lime, and citrus soda water of your choice. The review that caused me to seek out a vendor on this side of the pond said that Crossip Fresh Citrus is a good stand-in for gin. I would say that is true in that its flavor profile would go well in most gin cocktails, but it does not have the pine vibe of gin.
I like to soak a punctured fresh habanero pepper in lime juice (sometimes add a shot of ginger juice). I use a splash of that juice in my NA cocktails - highly recommend if you yearn for the burn.