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Frequently Asked Questions


Herbarium Distillation 29 bottle with glass, ice and lemons at a picnic

What is Herbarium Distillation 29? 
It's an alcohol-free distilled botanical spirit created to drink with tonic. It can also be used with other mixers or in alcohol-free cocktails.

How is it made? 
We use traditional copper pot stills to hand-distil small batches of the highest quality carefully selected botanicals. 

Where is it made? 
Herbarium is made (and bottled) by us here in the UK. 

What does it taste like? 
It has a unique balance of juniper, spice and citrus flavours with peppery notes to savour on the palate with a dry finish.

What is the nutritional information for Herbarium Distillation 29? 
The nutritional information for Herbarium Distillation 29 is as follows: 
per 100ml: 
Energy 0kJ/0kcal
Fat 0g of which Saturates 0g
Carbohydrate 0g of which 
Sugars 0g
Protein 0g
Salt 0g

Does it contain sugar or carbohydrates? 

Does it contain sweeteners or artificial flavourings? 

What are the ingredients? 
Water, natural botanical distillate, acid: citric acid, preservative: potassium sorbate.

Does Herbarium Distillation 29 contain any alcohol? 
No. It's 0.0%. We do not use alcohol at any point in our production process.

Is Herbarium Distillation 29 a gin? 
No. To be called gin a drink must have a minimum 37.5% ABV. Herbarium Distillation 29 is completely alcohol free. Although we use core gin botanicals such as juniper, our drink has a unique and refreshing taste and should be considered as an alcohol-free alternative to gin.

    Is it gluten free? 

    Is it suitable for vegans or vegetarians? 
    Although not certified, Herbarium is vegetarian and vegan friendly. We don't use any animal derivatives in our production processes.

    Is Herbarium Distillation 29 allergen free? 
    Herbarium Distillation 29 does not contain any of the 14 allergens listed by the EU as major food allergens. These include: cereal including gluten, crustaceans, eggs, fish, peanuts, soybeans, milk, nuts, celery, mustard, sesame seeds, sulphur dioxide and sulphites, lupin, and molluscs.