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Sacré Woodnose Non-Alcoholic beverage
Sacré Woodnose
Sacré Espresso Martini Alcohol-free
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$37.99

Woodnose Sacré


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Sacré is a one-of-a-kind non-alcoholic experience. It’s a decadent amaro styled beverage with maple syrup as the star ingredient, yet its not sweet!

Sacré is one of those rare non-alc options that can stand on its own. It’s complex, layered, and delicious right out of the bottle — no mixers needed. A combination of maple vinegar, fermented maple syrup, & coffee, all aged in bourbon barrels. It fits nicely in the digestif/aperitif category.

What does it taste like?

  • Nose: intense coffee notes with delicate maple undertones
  • Palate: full-bodied, rich in coffee, dark chocolate bitterness, herbal, bourbon barreled maple, finished with a soft & pleasant cider-vinegar-like acidic finish   

Recommendations

  • We like it best on its own, give it a dry shake for around 15-20 seconds and serve with or without ice. It will have a lovely frothy top.
  • Once opened drink within 30 days. Must be refrigerated after being opened.

Good to know

  • Made in Vermont, USA
  • 750ml bottle
  • Organic
  • Vegan & gluten free
  • Low caffeine (11mg per 3oz)
  • 0.00% alcohol

Ingredients: Organic Vermont Maple Syrup, Organic Bourbon Barrel Aged Fermented Maple, Gourmet Coffee, Natural Essences.

Customer Reviews

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C
C.R.
Takes a bit of getting used to

Has a very heavy coffee flavor if you like that. I still haven't figured out exactly how to work this into a cocktail that I want to return to.

J
J.S.
Disappointed

Tastes like coffee and citrus. Tried drinking just over ice. Had to add a lot of seltzer to be drinkable for my taste. Sorry I bought it.

P
P.S.
Amaro substitute

Surprising taste profile with balsamic vinegar up front, then sweetness and a touch of coffee. Wouldn't drink by itself but excellent when mixed with heavy-bodied sweet or bittersweet amari such as Cynar or Averna, or with tonic.