Non Alcoholic Spirits A New Paradigm

by pateluday

Spirits are for recreation and mild pleasure some are healthy and keep the mind-body and soul fit and fine. But non-alcoholic drinks are popular in places where liquor is banned

Many party-goers who are teetotalers miss the fun because most of the beverages and cocktails contain spirits. But it does not take long for a marketing genius to fill in the gap. They are marketed as spirits in spite of being devoid of alcohol the reason being they are similar in taste and flavor to gin and other hard drinks.

As far as versatility and variation in style these products match the best in the industry. They are therefore often used in cocktails and fruit-based punches for celebrations and parties. A boutique distillery in Estonia is distilling hand-crafted gin and tonic. It diversified into non-alcoholic beverages and is planning a wide range of such products. These are also hot for sale in countries where liquor production and consumption are banned.

Non Alco Spirit

Flaneur Non Alco Spirit
Flaneur Non Alco Spirit

Flaneur From Estonia

Non Alcoholic Spirits

Flaneur from Estonia is a nonalcoholic beverage that impersonates the taste and aroma of gin. This is one drink that those abstaining from liquor can consume without hesitation and yet be a part of the crowd. The non-alco spirits undergo a standard distillation process without the formation of alcohol. Most of the flavorings are the same as putting in the alcoholic produce and these are a part infused purely for taste and aroma. Products like these also assist those in the process of limiting the consumption of hard drinks. Hence non-alcoholic products used as beverages play a multifarious role in the World of recreation.

Not only this, products like Flaneur from Estonia are becoming a part of beverage-loving circuits that belief in liquid accompaniment with fine dining and snacks. Some consumers especially the young ones consume them as beverages as they would the ubiquitous colas. The popularity is rising fast and there have been instances whence the products have won high-profile awards as stand-alone drinks or being part of creative cocktails by master blenders.

Alcohol Free Drink

Estonian Alcohol Free Drink
Estonian Alcohol Free Drink


Alcohol Free Spirits

The constantly rising revenue is encouraging lot many in craft distillation to go in for these products. But nevertheless, innovation, in this case, is not easy since it requires a master blender to create such fantastic distillates infused with exotic and local flavors the latter for fresh taste and aroma.

The success of the award-winning mentioned here is a pioneer in the production and marketing of non-alcoholic beverages. The entrant has woken the liquor industry from a deep slumber. Very soon a wide range of brands will be visible in the European and American markets. In time to come, this new entrant will compete with the globally popular soft drink brands and that day is not far.Distillery

Estonian Beverage

Estonian Beverage
Estonian Beverage

The rising consumption of liquid recreation is not hard to explain. It is not only the flavor that is preferred because it imitates spirits, the content is more important. People are addicted to unique taste that tingles their palate and rejuvenates them at the same time.

The demand for fresh floral aroma and crispy spiciness is trending globally, and there is no dearth of takers. The global soft drink brands will not be able to match the versatility created by infusion and addition of a vast number of flavors be they floral, spices, or even underground roots like ginger. There is no limit to anything edible that gels. As a matter of fact, the ball is in the master blender's court. Permutation and combination of flavors and aromatic substances are simply limitless with immense potential to create winning products.

The health-conscious segment has been quick to move towards beverages devoid of alcohol. The main reason besides being alcohol free spirits they contain less sugar. Less sugar relates to fewer calories, plus the antioxidants from natural flavorings further boost human health. There are more varieties to come in the non-alco segment and a revolution is waiting to erupt.

Updated: 12/01/2022, pateluday
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DerdriuMarriner on 11/30/2022

The computer crashed before I entered the second part to my somewhat related, somewhat unrelated question below about cooking wine.

If subcontinental cuisines employ bottled or cooking wines in such imported dishes as mushroom marsala pasta or mushroom marsala soup, does the dish get served as part of the meal or before?

You mentioned, in your answer of July 31, 2021, to my question of that same day, that "In India alcohol is consumed before meals and not with meals."

So what would an alcoholic ingredient do to the sequence of a food item in a meal schedule?

DerdriuMarriner on 11/30/2022

This can be a somewhat related, a somewhat unrelated question since some shoppers erroneously consider cooking wine non-alcoholic.

Some Americans choose bottled wine even as other Americans employ cooking wine to integrate with dishes such as mushroom marsala pasta or mushroom marsala soup.

Is cooking wine ever used in subcontinental cuisines?

pateluday on 07/31/2021

Non Alcoholic beverages (Spirits) like Flaneur are not yet popular in India. But usual accompaniments with drinks are pakoras, fish, chicken and light fried snacks. In India alcohol is consumed before meals and not with meals.

DerdriuMarriner on 07/31/2021

pateluday, Previously I meant to ask about where you mentioned, under the subtitle Flaneur from Estonia, that "Not only this, products like Flaneur from Estonia are becoming a part of beverage-loving circuits which believe in liquid accompaniment with find dining and snacks." Would these drinks be popular in India, and what would be in the meals and snacks they accompany?

pateluday on 10/30/2020

Yes the product is from Estonia nothing to do with India. I often write as digital marketer. Thanks for the comment!

DerdriuMarriner on 10/29/2020

pateluday, Thank you for the practical information and the product.
Does a French name help sell a product in and outside Pondicherry, India?
The Lahhentagge site indicates that Flâneur is produced on the ancient Viking island of Saaremaa, from which local flâneurs idled, loafed, loitered and wandered. It also shows a female counterpart in Flâneuse!

pateluday on 10/04/2020

Yes proper awareness about possible negative of such drinks should be printed on the label. But since they do not contain alcohol that is a big benefit. The products are advertised and sold as non alco hence there can be no delusion. Suitability for children should be kept in mind and they should be informed about harmful effect of spirits so they grow up aware.

blackspanielgallery on 10/03/2020

These drinks serve multiple purposes, but are not without problems. If children are exposed to them without being told they can lead to alcoholism later in life. I also wonder how many would act as though intoxicated if they consumed such drinks with the belief the drink contained alcohol. The mind can respond to a mere belief of intoxication if one really believes it is so.

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