...but don’t call this drink weak. Seir Hill is a zero-calorie non-alcoholic spirit with plenty of spirit. Enjoy Seir Hill when you want to wake up fresh tomorrow, but still want to make the most of tonight.
A strange term that most people haven’t heard of. But when you compare Seir Hill to other non-alcoholic spirits, you’ll know exactly what it means. Learn more about mouthfeel and the other traits that make up non-alcoholic spirits.
So here are my thoughts on Mashville.
1: Tasted neat, obviously does not work. Frankly I am not sure there will ever be a whiskey sub that will be able to be taken neat.
2:Out of Ritual, Lyre's and Seir Hill. Seir Hill by far makes the best old fashioned. I mean WOW!! Taste just like the real thing! I also made a whiskey and Coke, also WOW. I then tried it with egg nog which brought out the clove a little too much for me, but was still nice.
Final thoughts: 5 Stars as a mixer!
I was absolutely blown away by the taste and mouthfeel of this alternative. I've been in recovery for 6 years. While I have no desire for alcohol, I still do enjoy an NA beer once in awhile. I did drink my fair share of whiskey as well, and missed the enjoyment of and adult craft beverage. I made an old fashioned with Mashville, and it was delicious. While reminiscent of an alcoholic O.F., Mashville adds it's own unique elements. Mildly sweet on the palate, full flavor in the mouth with a balance of clove, followed by a very enjoyable smokey oakiness in the aftertaste. Trailing off with a slight fullness in my chest. I will absolutely be ordering again! Even my father, who is a drinker of fine 40 year scotch, enjoyed this. Awesome job!
Ok, I’ve gotta say this one is interesting.
If you catch the aroma as your mixing there is a distinct whisky aroma. If you pour it and get your nose in there, it doesn’t smell as much like whiskey. I get a lot of mint.
I initially tried it neat and on the rocks just to get the flavor profile, knowing well that is not how you intend it to be used. I can see why. Not pleasant.
However, in a whisky sour it’s really nice as well as a whisky and coke. I did have to go to a 1 to 1 ratio on mix to whisky for the sour. The most incredible thing though, to me, is the long, lingering whisky aftertaste. This is the first NA whisky to do that for me. I miss that from drinking whisky prior to going sober. There is little to no heat on the foretaste, but the warmth on the aftertaste is outstanding! Also a good amount of smoke with the whisky and coke.
I have a YouTube channel called The Sober Bar Keep. I will be reviewing this in the next month or so. I will be giving it a positive review. Good job. I like this one.
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