With Dry January in full swing we are very pleased to be featuring in some excellent “Best Alcohol Free Drinks” reviews in the media.

It’s a difficult and worrying time for all of us right now, but there are some good news stories amongst the gloom. Despite lockdown, Brexit, financial uncertainty it is amazing to see truly creative people producing some superb products.  It is also great to see that the media are giving the alcohol-free sector some limelight. Alcohol-free is no longer the poor relation.

Thank you to the innovators, the risk takers and the believers.

We are in great company here in @The Independent (5th Jan). They list the 13 best alcohol-free spirits showing how the choice of amazing products has grown in the last 12 months. No matter what your tastes, there are now some truly exciting, grown-up drinks to explore. These great brands, (including our own!) are going to make sticking to a Dry January plan so much easier and tastier.

If you would like to see the article and top 13, you can find it here.

While the Claire Dodd wrote about Alcohol-free spirits in her top 13 there was a smaller but extremely considered group of brands in a great article by Susie Atkins in the Sunday Telegraph (2nd Jan) This included alcohol-free beer, wine and spirits. We were over the moon when Susy Atkins called to ask questions about Bax Botanics. She had tasted the drinks and wanted to know how we made them, where the idea had come from, our story and about the flavours. As producers it’s heartening when people really care and want to pass on good news and stories, so to tell the story from concept and flavours to the actual making of the drinks was brilliant.

Click here to read the full article.