How to make the best alcohol-free cocktails

How to make the best alcohol-free cocktails

It was the straw that broke the camel’s back, but for our next guest, it was one fruity, mocktail too many. Answering that age-old question “what does someone have to do to get a good, non-alcoholic drink around here?” became his modus operandi.  

Falling into the rabbit hole of the web, Ben Branson, founder of Seedlip, landed on a facsimile of the 18thC classic, The Art of Distillation by John French. He had found it – the key that would help him unlock the answer to that question and find a drink that would satisfy all those alcohol-free adults who were longing for something more sophisticated to drink than a Shirley Temple.

Where you can hear me drinking next:

Next week we head to Mexico with another Ben, Ben Schroder of Pensador Mezcal who swears a little old man appeared before his eyes to tell him exactly where to find the best Mezcal in Mexico. It was meant to be.

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