Aecorn Aperitifs Aromatic Rich & Smokey Alcohol Free Aperitif (0.5%ABV)
Whetting the appetite with a before-dinner drink has long been understood to improve our enjoyment of food. Aperitifs, in many guises, have been enjoyed for thousands of years and have typically contained alcohol. Until now
Aromatic & complex with notes of smoked Cherrywood, Vanilla, Kola nut & Chinotto. Full-bodied & silky smooth, finishing with warming notes of Clove, Cassia & Oak. Serve simply chilled or spritz style over ice in a wine glass topped with a splash of sparkling water.
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Why not add on 12 mixers for just £13.99 saving you 10%! The mixer packs have 3 each of 4 flavours of low calorie, low sugar tonics from Twelve Below tonic, a great way to find your perfect mix!About Æcorn Aperitifs
Blended and bottled in England, Æcorn Aperitifs awaken the appetite and are the perfect way to start any occasion where food and friends are present.
Informed by 17th century English herbal remedies and inspired by the European aperitif tradition, Æcorn Aperitifs are made from 100% English grown Pinot Noir, Meunier and Chardonnay grapes, pressed early and blended with appetite stimulating herbs, roots and bitter botanicals.
The result is the worlds first range of bold and bitter non-alcoholic aperitifs;
Æcorn DRY, Æcorn BITTER and Æcorn AROMATIC.
How is this product Vegan Friendly?
The drink is free from any animal products or derivatives. In addition the bottle, label and glue is also free from animal products.
Gluten Free Explained
Gluten is a protein compound found most commonly in the grains wheat, barley, rye and oats. Wheat and barley are often key ingredients in producing drinks such as beer and in sealing wine casks. Gluten free drinks avoid using such products. To label as gluten free the product must have below 20 parts per million of gluten, which is barley a trace!