Different and exciting
There’s quite a lot of sweetness in the nose of this, as well as a salty tang, and I note cane sugar is the second ingredient. It smells of warm stone fruit and sea air. With tonic it becomes a very moreish drink, with hints of seaside aromatics and salty pebbles. The bottle I got only a few days ago is already half empty, and if I don’t review this soon, there’ll be none left. It has pulled off the marine flavour, while offering something more rounded and less acerbic than some botanical drinks. It’s mellow rather than bitter, but intriguingly unpindownable. The website describes the pineapple flavours of sea buckthorn (I made it more like apricot) and the umami sweetness of dulse. I like it, and I’m looking forward to trying other Everleaf flavours, because they’ve done something interesting and unusual here.
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