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Non-alcoholic Melati Aperitif
Non-alcoholic Melati Aperitif
Non-alcoholic Melati Aperitif
Non-alcoholic Melati Aperitif
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Regular price
$50.00

Melati - Non-Alcoholic Aperitif


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Melati is a complex & delicious mood-setting aperitif crafted from ancient Asian botanicals.

Meet Asia's first non-alcoholic aperitif, Melati. Infused with restorative botanicals from the Far East, inspired by ancient recipes and crafted for you to feel good about what you are drinking.

What does it taste like?
  • Nose: Goji berries, black currant, hibiscus
  • Palate: rich mouthfeel, fruity & floral with pomegranate, blueberry, cacao, bitter orange peel, and ginger with a slight bitterness and touch of sweetness to finish
No & Low Recommendations
  • With Melati's texture and lush flavors this can be enjoyed neat but we enjoy it most with equal parts Melati and tonic water, and topped with a slice of orange.
  • Consume it within 6 weeks after opening. Refrigerate for optimal freshness.
About your non-alcoholic aperitif
  • Imported from Singapore
  • 16.9oz (500mL) bottle
  • Vegan, dairy & gluten free
  • 13 calories per serving
  • 0 sugar
  • No artificial ingredients
  • 0.00% alcohol
  • The perfect alternative for an aperitif
Ingredients: Water, Natural Fruit Juice Concentrates (Red Grape, White Grape, Aronia), Natural Botanical Extracts and Flavors, Vegetable Glycerin, Raw Coconut Sugar, Pomegranate Molasses, Xanthan Gum, Preservative: Potassium Sorbate.

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Richard Miles
Meh

I had high hopes for this, but it is just not very good. My wife likes it to mix with soda water; but at $40 a bottle, there are lots of other things we can mix with soda. Hard pass for me, and don't waste your money on this one.