Sea Arch Coastal Juniper A deliciously refreshing non-alcoholic alternative to Gin and perfect for any occasion.
A word about the founders of Sea Arch:
Sarah & Geoff Founders of Sea Arch:
If you’re anything like us, you’re becoming ever more discerning about what you eat and drink. We first dreamed up the idea of an alcohol-free spirit when we were running our own wine bar by the sea in Devon, like us many of our customers were becoming increasingly mindful, they wanted to be social and enjoy a night out, but not always with an alcoholic drink in their hand.
With a background in hospitality, working in top hotels in Europe and the Middle East, we knew there had to be a way to create an alternative to alcohol without compromising on quality, taste or experience. And so, after much experimenting in our Devon home Sea Arch was born.
How we make it
Our distilled non-alcoholic spirit is made using traditional distillation techniques, including both steam and copper-pot. We individually extract the flavours from each of the 11 all-natural botanicals, At the first sip, aromatic juniper and bitter grapefruit give a clean crisp taste, then the sweetness and spice of blood orange and coriander provide a further layer of flavour and complexity. Our distinctively fresh coastal notes and Devon character are supplied by the wild seaside herbs of sugar kelp and samphire, which are native to our local coastline. Cardamon ensures a balanced warm finish.
Inspired by the sights and sounds of the stunning Devon coast, Sea Arch is named after an iconic rock formation found on our favourite stretch of coastline near our home in Torbay.
Living by the ocean as we do, we are acutely aware of protecting the natural world around us. That’s why we won’t use single-use plastic in our packaging. Its why we use recycled cardboard for our boxes and solvent-free paint for our gorgeous marine blue bottles. We also use recyclable aluminium for our Sea & T range.
With purity of flavour and served with a real sense of occasion, Sea Arch is special and celebratory and captures the true spirit of the Devon coast.
We can all raise a glass to that!
Sarah and Geoff xx