A Taste of Our Garden
The Sprigster Drinks Collection
Vibrant non-alc. botanical infusions, made for the moment.
A collection of botanical blends, harvested seasonally, expertly crafted and bottled in-house by the cooks and gardeners of Sprigs Co, Pythouse Kitchen Garden. Sprigster captures the natural taste and complex character of our English country garden.
Invented and crafted by the cooks and gardeners of Pythouse Kitchen Garden
Amongst the rippling hills of Wiltshire, South West England, we've been gathering seasonal ingredients from our magical garden and serving delicious food and non-alc. drinks at our restaurant, Pythouse Kitchen Garden, since 2016.
As custodians of an abundant Victorian walled garden, we are proud to have our forks (and hands) firmly in the soil, sowing and gathering harvests, working regeneratively and in synch with the seasons, to bottle the taste of our country garden.
"Actually, the best hangover-free stuff I’ve had lately is Sprigster’s Garden Brut from Tisbury’s terrific Pythouse Kitchen Garden. It’s a little fruity, and given a booze-like sharpness from the apple cider vinegar. If I make it to the end of the month dry, I imagine I’ll priggishly break out a bottle and toast myself for being so strong-willed. Attaboy.”
"Sprigster's latest bottled magic is a dry sparkling drink called Garden Brut, which includes hops, rhubarb and ginger and is genuinely quite astonishingly dry and delicious.”
Broadcaster & Restaurant Critic
"So often I find non-alcoholic drinks far too sweet, but this was an exception. The flavours include rhubarb, hops, fennel, ginger and apple, all steeped and marinated together, with no added sugars, and then served with tonic water. It was deliciously refreshing. And very moreish.”
Master of Wine
“Probably the best garden restaurant you'll ever find. Sprigster smells of summer gardens and mixes in tonic without ruining your mother.”
"Finally made it to the brilliant @sprigsco today. What a lunch, zinging and pinging with local, fresh ingredients, with a delicious booze-free sparkler @sprigsterdrinks (okaaaay, and maybe a cheeky glass of Côtes-du-Rhone as well)..”
BBC 1 Saturday Kitchen Live
"I have tried all the variations of Sprigster and I have to say they are all so delicious. The sparkling infusion is a particular favourite. Non-alcoholic wine doesn't do it for us so we go with this as its something very different.”
"This grown-up and delicious drink enabled me to give up booze altogether. The gently acidic hit on the tastebuds reminds me of the old wine-drinking days - mix with fizzy water if you’re eating, tonic if not, and had it mulled at Pythouse Kitchen Garden the other night. Happy New Year!”
"The problem with Sprigster is they are simply too good! Incredibly moreish and as such they really don’t last long… both their canned drinks and bottle of fizz are just delectable and such easy drinking!”
"Very happy with the swift delivery and packaging. Bottle fits in well with all my alcohol and friends think I’m drinking which is great as no “oh just have one” comments when I’m on my health kick! Love the flavour just add tonic and ice.”
Made for the moment
The Perfect Serve
Sprigster Original is a perfect anytime aperitif or delicious alternative to a G&T.
To make our Signature Sprigster Serve, pour 50ml Sprigster Original Botanical Infusion over plenty of ice, add good tonic water or soda, and garnish with seasonal fruit and a sprig of something from the garden.More Recipes