Silk Tree (0.5% ABV)

1x 70cl Glass Bottle


Silk Tree was concocted with the belief that you should always be free to stay for another one. More importantly, you should desire to.

Silk Tree is not just a non-alcoholic, sugar-free, zero-fat beverage. It is a deliciously refined alternative for you to say Yes to.

Silk Tree is distilled the traditional way, in a copper still in the heart of Ireland. Our carefully selected and distilled spices and botanicals have produced a full-bodied extravaganza for your taste buds. Simply put, there is nothing missing from a glass of Silk Tree.

The ideal serving is with ice, tonic and a slice of orange or grapefruit. But why not experiment with other cocktail recipes that lend itself to the aromatic flourish of Silk Tree! Sold in a 70cl bottle!

This also award winning finishing first place against 80 other drinks the 2018 #WiseAwards for the greatest alcohol free drink!

What falls from the Silk Tree?

Ceylon cinnamon

A kiss in the beginnings of a sandstorm - sweet & hot

Reduces your blood sugar and cholesterol while improving on circulation.

Coriander seeds

A refreshing morning dip in the lake lemon & earth

An anti-oxidant which lowers blood sugar levels.

Orange peel

A trinket from your first love bitter & sweet

Lowers cholesterol while cutting off the energy supply for cancer cells to grow.

Juniper berries

A warm breeze drifting across an evergreen forest pine & herbs

Contains antioxidant and antibacterial properties.

Lemon verbena

A tall glass clinking with ice fresh & perfumed

Improves joint function and reduces muscle damage.

Gluten Free Explained

Gluten is a protein compound found most commonly in the grains wheat, barley, rye and oats. Wheat and barley are often key ingredients in producing drinks such as beer and in sealing wine casks. Gluten free drinks avoid using such products.  To label as gluten free the product must have below 20 parts per million of gluten, which is barley a trace!

Is this really sugar free?

Yes this sugar has zero sugar! Products with a higher sugar content cause a spike in insulin and we react by storing more carbs as fat. You may also notice that although lower in sugar there is some carbs, this is usually more complex forms of sugar such as starches and fibre and the body uses these for energy.