What if you want a cocktail, but can’t (or shouldn’t) drink? A group of plant scientists and bartenders have developed Three Spirit elixirs just for you. It’s our Top Pick Of The Week.
Sober evenings are more fun with this new line. It’s imported from the U.K., where it is now served at such esteemed watering holes as The Connaught Bar.
Mixologists are thrilled to have such great bases on which to build non-alcoholic cocktails. From on the rocks to smoked cocktails to fruity drinks, Three Spirit provides the base to build the cocktails you crave.
Recipes on the website include Three Spirit’s versions of the classics—Daiquiri, Cosmopolitan, Highball, Hot Toddy, Mulled Cider, Old Fashioned, Spritz—to new creations.
Three Spirit appeared at the Grammys, the Oscars, and the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, where it won a double gold medal.
The line actually sold out in its U.S. debut.
Now, the three varieties are back in stock. Each has a complex flavor profile, but in brief:
Do they really have any impact on the limbic system (the body’s system that controls feelings)?
Ingredients like lion’s mane fungus have nootropic qualities, which can help to boost mental performance and lift moods by creating new neurons in the brain. (Unlike the wonderful Mayim Bialik, we are not neuroscientists.)
Three Spirit elixirs are:
> Discover more and shop at ThreeSpiritDrinks.com.
It’s the cocktail in photo #2.
Ingredients Per Drink
1. COMBINE the ingredients in a cocktail shaker full of ice.
2. SHAKE hard until the shaker is ice cold, and strain into a Martini glass.
2. GARNISH and serve.
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