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Tesco Portadown - Seedlip non-alcoholic spirit - £6.50 (Instore)
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Tesco Portadown - Seedlip non-alcoholic spirit - £6.50 (Instore)

£6.50£2675%Tesco Deals
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Posted 12th JunAvailable: Northern Ireland
Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item. Please shop responsibly and continue to help slow the spread of Covid-19.

Maybe not for everyone but I'm off the drink at the minute so still fancy non-alcoholic alternative and this does what I need. I was in two different Tesco today and if it's the same flavour this is a great saving as its £26.00.
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non-alcoholic spirit! what is the world coming to?
Not surprised that this is being sold cheap in Portadown, it's Buckfast or nothing there.
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Now this was yesterday but I forgot to post.
It’s a good deal but man this stuff tastes awful 😩
Not surprised that this is being sold cheap in Portadown, it's Buckfast or nothing there.
non-alcoholic spirit! what is the world coming to?
Godforbidness12/06/2020 23:02

It’s a good deal but man this stuff tastes awful 😩


Its definitely an acquired taste but I like it now. ( I didn't like it the first time I tried it). I take it with tonic water.
urbanbushwacker12/06/2020 23:08

non-alcoholic spirit! what is the world coming to?


Seven months ago I'd have laughed at the idea of even drinking alcohol free spirits.
Got a alcohol free sage gin and it tastes like flavored water, I only bought as it was £5. It was a waste of time.
Is it just like cordial? :/
Wtf
Bought this for my mum a few months back when it was the same offer. About £6.50 too expensive! A cheaper alternative is to 1. Get an empty bottle. 2. Go into garden and fill bottle up with random stuff. 3. Add water. 4. Leave for a week. 5. Have one sip and probably not drink anymore. To be fair, a friend tried it and he said he thought it was ok but wouldn’t take the bottle home with him!
Is it for alcoholics who can’t resist?
It's about time HUKD STOPPED ALL INSTORE DEALS.

It encourages people to go out, regardless of the disclaimer.
skipraider13/06/2020 00:46

It's about time HUKD STOPPED ALL INSTORE DEALS.It encourages people to go …It's about time HUKD STOPPED ALL INSTORE DEALS.It encourages people to go out, regardless of the disclaimer.


Aye :/ ,hear anyhow are you alright in a he lid 😳
gracieboo0613/06/2020 00:55

Aye :/ ,hear anyhow are you alright in a he lid 😳



Better for a drop a swally
It flavoured water with a preservative, nothing more. Theres a competing brand called clean liquor company and they are selling non alcoholic rum for £25, compare that to an average bottle of rum for use with a mixer for £16-25, that have the tax and duty to pay as it's alcoholic...the profit margin these non alcoholic imitation alcohol drinks make must be absolutely enormous.
Edited by: "D.Crockett" 13th Jun
D.Crockett13/06/2020 01:18

It flavoured water with a preservative, nothing more. Theres a competing …It flavoured water with a preservative, nothing more. Theres a competing brand called clean liquor company and they are selling non alcoholic rum for £25, compare that to an average bottle of rum for use with a mixer for £16-25, that have the tax and duty to pay as it's alcoholic...the profit margin these non alcoholic imitation alcohol drinks make must be absolutely enormous.



Worth about £2 maybe?
I tried Ceder’s and it is pathetic. Not as expensive as a full price bottle of Seedlip, but £16-20 for a 50cl of mildly flavoured water is daylight robbery. I got mine for free and still felt conned.

They’ve tried to justify the cost in their FAQs
I’d rather just drink tonic. It’s cheaper & more flavourful.

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What is the chemical composition of this rubbish? If your average spirit is 37.5% abv then is this just 100% water with a hint of juniper?
At that price I’d give it a try. Joe Wadsack says this is his favourite Seedlip flavour and he knows a thing or 2 about drinks. The Drinks Coach
frobozz13/06/2020 10:17

At that price I’d give it a try. Joe Wadsack says this is his favourite S …At that price I’d give it a try. Joe Wadsack says this is his favourite Seedlip flavour and he knows a thing or 2 about drinks. The Drinks Coach


Thanks dude. He really seems like an intelligent enthused guy. I have just subbed to him.

My point is not about its flavour, I drink to feel drunk, but I am obviously not its target market.

I have a still, and make my own spirit, but won't be boiling water to make stuff like this anytime soon!
My partner is pregnant and she loves this
cheapo13/06/2020 10:52

Thanks dude. He really seems like an intelligent enthused guy. I have just …Thanks dude. He really seems like an intelligent enthused guy. I have just subbed to him.My point is not about its flavour, I drink to feel drunk, but I am obviously not its target market.I have a still, and make my own spirit, but won't be boiling water to make stuff like this anytime soon!


That was my problem i love the drunk feeling but no one else did.
BargainHuntBarbie13/06/2020 06:03

I tried Ceder’s and it is pathetic. Not as expensive as a full price b …I tried Ceder’s and it is pathetic. Not as expensive as a full price bottle of Seedlip, but £16-20 for a 50cl of mildly flavoured water is daylight robbery. I got mine for free and still felt conned.They’ve tried to justify the cost in their FAQs I’d rather just drink tonic. It’s cheaper & more flavourful.[Image]


I quite enjoyed Ceders but would never pay £20, I paid £10 then £7 and then finally £5.
skipraider13/06/2020 00:46

It's about time HUKD STOPPED ALL INSTORE DEALS.It encourages people to go …It's about time HUKD STOPPED ALL INSTORE DEALS.It encourages people to go out, regardless of the disclaimer.



Get over it.
I've got a bridge to sell you....
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