Non-alcoholic spirit
Non-alcoholic spirit
Non-alcoholic spirit
Non-alcoholic spirit
Non-alcoholic spirit
Non-alcoholic spirit
Non-alcoholic spirit
Non-alcoholic spirit
4.33 (3)

Gnista Floral Wormwood - Non-Alcoholic Spirit

✔All Natural ✔Low Sugar ✔Low Calories

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Gnista Floral Wormwood is bitter, aromatic and unapologetically intense. This Scandinavian offering is a non-alcoholic masterpiece that truly resembles a fine amaro.

There was a time not too long ago when non-alcoholic spirits were unimaginable, let alone a complex and challenging fine spirit like Gnista. This contemplating non-alcoholic spirit successfully fills the void for those searching for a full-bodied spirit with a powerful punch of flavor and spices.

What does Gnista Floral Wormwood taste like?

Nose: potent floral aroma, dried spices & fruit, oak & citrus notes.

Palate: full-bodied, bittersweet, beet & rhubarb with complex layers from almond, orange, ginger, chamomile, oregano and of course wormwood, long finish that will have your palate begging for more.

• Batched by hand in Sweden
• 500ml bottle
• 30 calories per serving
• 7gr sugar per serving
• All natural
• 0.4% alcohol
• The perfect alternative for amaro

Water, Rhubarb Juice, Beet Syrup, Dried Spices & Fruit (Raisins, Ginger, Oak, Wormwood, Chamomille, Black Pepper, Lovage), Infusions made from (Almond, Orange, Oregano, Juniper, Stair Anise, Habanero), Sea Salt, preserved by Sodium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate, Distillates from Botanicals (Orange Peel, Star Anise, Juniper, Rose) Allergen: Almond.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Not overly smokey, I had it with ice and lemon and it was surprisingly satisfying. Like the intensity and mouth-feel, most non alcoholic spirits are quite watery. Best of what I’ve tried. Curious about their new Red too.

Wormwood is the Star here

I cannot really descibe this drink other than to say it is quite pleasant and usual. I liken it maybe a little like absinthe, but more slightly more bitter. Don't be afraid of this one, it is a winner that just doesn't have anything to compare to.

Lenny Zimmermann
Interesting, may be worth it if you like this flavor profile, but too sweet/rich for me

On the nose it smells a bit of malt, fig and raisin. To taste the raisin comes through more with a fig-like sweetness, a hint of bitter and a ginger-like spiciness even though it doesn't really taste of ginger to me. On ice I feel like the raisin steps out a bit more with a bit more tartness, the bitterness starts to stand out a tad more on ice as well. It's an interesting and decently complex flavor profile. In some ways it reminds me of a dessert sherry. Sweeter and darker in flavor. I can see drinking this as an after dinner digestif. Writing this in late December it also seems to be reminiscent of this time of year. Almost like a spiced cider made with dark fruits and ginger ale.

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