Just like any spirit. Except it's not.
We won’t lie and pretend that it’s been an easy ride. Self-appointed experts claimed that solving the beloved complexity of alcohol is simply impossible. We’ve been called crazy more times than we can count. Luckily, we didn’t give up. We took all of that skepticism and turned it into fuel. Fuel to spark the evolution of spirits.
Through a journey of ancient spirit making techniques, modern gastronomy and state-of-the-art technology, the world’s first non-alcoholic spirit that truly resembles a fine spirit saw the light of day.
Say hej to Gnista (Swedish for “spark”). Your faithful servant while hanging out with friends and family, showing off them dance moves up in the club or treating yourself after a hard day’s work.
So, will it be the answer to all of your problems? Probably not. But it’s worth a shot.
*= Don’t worry. We’re not politicians. We won’t let you down.
Gnista Barreled Oak
Dry and smokey, with tones of warm spices, chocolate rye and a distinct character of oak barrel.
Just like any smokey spirit. Brilliant on the rocks, mixed with soda or as a base for no/low cocktails.
Gnista Floral Wormwood
Aromatic and fresh on the nose, then bitter tones of wormwood and green herbs, hints of orange peel and a floral finish.
Use as usual. As a base for non-alco cocktails, over ice with a tonic or savour on its own as an aperitif. Don’t necessarily drink responsibly.
This is a great place to start. Simplicity at its finest.
3-5 cl of Gnista Floral Wormwood
Double the amount of tonic
Serve in a glass, with ice and an orange slice on top.
A signature to sip on from late until early.
2-3 cl of Gnista Barreled Oak
Triple the amount of Soda
Serve in a glass, with ice, and top with a maraschino cherry or a lemon slice.
Low/no alco cocktail
Time to shake and stir
The signature serves are awesome! But sometimes you wanna make a little special something.
Check out our collection of super tasty Gnista cocktails from top bartenders and mixologists. All low or non-alcoholic.
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