Sprigster Original Botanical Infusion (50cl)
Sprigster Original Botanical Infusion (50cl)

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Sprigster Original Botanical Infusion (50cl)

Regular price £24.00
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Homegrown Garden Ingredients
Locally Sourced Whole Fruit
No Added Sugar
Plant Based & Gluten Free
Average 15 Servings per bottle
Sprigster Original is a sophisticated natural botanical infusion, complex in character with rich ginger notes and a healthy dash of apple cider vinegar. We believe in a flavour-first approach, perfecting our recipe for a grown-up taste, unadulterated by sugar and packed with natural goodness. Pour over ice and mix with good soda or tonic, or use a liberal splash to elevate your cocktail game.

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Golden in colour with an apple cider aroma and a hit of ginger on the palate. A pleasing savoury taste with refreshing citrus notes and a rich herbal backdrop. Pairs perfectly with food and as an anytime aperitif. Created by our team of cooks and gardeners at Pythouse Kitchen Garden who work in harmony with the seasons to select only the freshest ingredients from our garden, we developed our signature botanical blend as a deliciously dry alternative to a G&T and a game-changing cocktail ingredient.

Sprigster Original is a delicious alternative to a G&T and works perfectly as an anytime aperitif.

  1. Pour a single or double measure of Sprigster Original over plenty of ice
  2. Add good tonic water or soda
  3. Garnish with seasonal fruit and a sprig of something from the garden
  4. Sit back, sip and enjoy!

Spring Water, Gooseberries, Rhubarb, Apple Cider Vinegar, Ginger, Hops, Fennel Seeds, Apple Reduction.

Per 100ml: Energy 136.8kJ/32 kcal, Fat 0.0ml, Saturates 0.0ml, Carbohydrate 7.8ml, Sugars 7.7ml, Fibre 0.0ml, Protein 0.1ml, Salt 0.01ml

Complex in character

"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.” 

David Ellis
Evening Standard

"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.” 

William Sitwell
Broadcaster & Restaurant Critic

Pythouse Kitchen Garden. Wiltshire, England.

Tucked away in the rolling hills of Wiltshire, South West England, sheltered by ancient walls and a magnificent yew hedge, there is a magical place called Pythouse Kitchen Garden.