As I’ve mentioned upon many occasions on GFR, what with my partner in recovery, I’m always on the lookout for more complex non-alcoholic beverages, be them the simply superb beers of Big Drop, or some of the more interesting incarnations of Seedlip and the like.
A few weeks ago I was sent a bottle of the new (to Canada) Scottish distilled alcohol-free spirit, Feragaia. Our friend and importer of the stuff (and Good Food Fighter), Kari McKnight-Dearborn had been singing its praises, but I was eager to try it out for myself.
Whilst is was certainly reminiscent of a number of olfactory and gustatory touchstones (more about that in my upcoming review), it possesses a complexity and character that I found to be unique in the world of non-alcoholic beverages.
On a mission to burrow deeper into the making of Feragaia I sat down for a chat with the two fellows responsible for its creation, Bill Garnock and Jamie Wild, a couple of experienced spirits industry guys who chose a very different path…
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Feragaia is represented in Canada by Drink Better.
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