A bold and refreshing non-alcoholic spirit for the adventurous classic gin drinker.
Inspired by gin making principles, this award-winning non-alcoholic spirit combines flavours of classic juniper, bright citrus and ginger, with habanero, orange and sage to open a door into a new world of flavour.
70cl, 0% ABV.
Crafted by our team of expert distillers who challenge the process and bring innovative flavour combinations into a new era of taste without alcohol. ‘First Light’ marks the start of our adventure into the non-alcoholic world. Building on our expertise in creating our collection of multi-award winning Salcombe Gin, this sophisticated non-alcoholic spirit is inspired by gin making principles.
Macedonian Juniper / Ginger / Habanero capsicum / Orange / Sage / Cardamom / Cascarilla Bark / Lemongrass
‘First Light’ is crafted by distilling a combination of rich Macedonian juniper berries, zesty ginger and warm habanero capsicum to create a full-bodied base spirit. This is then blended with botanical distillates and extracts from a further 15 carefully selected botanicals including orange, sage, cardamom, cascarilla bark and lemongrass, each perfectly complementing each other to provide a complex and layered spectrum of flavour.
One signature serve = approximately 24 calories.
Ingredients: Water, natural botanical distillates & extracts, acidulant (citric), preservative (potassium sorbate).
Beautifully refreshing, both full-bodied and gentle at the same time. A lovely sweet sour balance with the ‘refreshingly light’ tonic. The perfect designated driver’s grown up choice, with a whiff of Provence. Sip one of these in Cannes, and you can still drive to Nice in your Bentley drophead for dinner. Classy.
– Joe Wadsack – ITV’s This Morning, Drinks Expert
We donate 1% of every bottle sold to the Marine Conservation Society to help protect and regenerate precious ocean habitats.
Salcombe Distilling Company will donate 1% of revenue from UK sales of 70cl bottles of New London Light to ocean recovery projects run in conjunction with the Marine Conservation Society, a registered UK charity working for seas full of life. Registered charity no. 1004005 (England & Wales); SC037480 (Scotland). www.mcsuk.org
*To make the sage syrup, add 1 cup of water, 1 cup of sugar to a saucepan and simmer until the sugar has dissolved. Add 3 sage leaves and leave in a sealed container in the fridge overnight. Remove the sage leaves, before use. Store in the fridge for up to a month.
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