GINSIN 12 Botanics Non-Alcoholic Gin


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“ Aromatic blend of botanicals such as coriander, cinnamon, lavender, lemon, hibiscus, orange blossoms and more. Vibrant citrus flavor with a slightly bitter finish.  



  • Package Includes: 1 x GINSIN Botanics Non-Alcoholic (0.0%) Gin Alternative 700ml.
  • Produced in Spain.
  • A great alcohol-free base to create amazing cocktails - ideal for those that enjoy Gin & Tonics without the negative consequences from drinking alcohol.
  • Great for Designated Drivers: Don't forget your alcohol-free guests when selecting drink options!
  • Best served with tonic/soda or as the base for non-alcoholic cocktails.



GINSIN 12 Botanics is a non-alcoholic alternative to gin created with botanicals which include juniper, cardamom, cilantro, sweet orange, bitter orange, lemon, cinnamon, orange blossom, violet hibiscus, lavender and myrtle. This non-alcoholic alternative, with its vibrant citrus flavors, mixed with tonic water, is reminiscent of Bombay Sapphire.

We always recommend GINSIN be served as over lots of ice, partnered with a mixer, and never drank neat.

Created by Industrias Espadafor in Andalucia, Spain, GINSIN products are designed as an alternative to gin for use in mocktails. GINSIN has never been fermented, making it the perfect addition to mocktails, for individuals who do not drink alcohol.


Recommended Serve

  • GINSIN Botanics: 50ml
  • Tonic: 150ml
  • Garnish: Sliced cucumber and rosemary sprig


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Reviews (2)

greg Aug 21st 2019

tastes fine

Yes it's on the sweet side, if you drink straight. But if you actually MIX IT with something like tonic, then the sweet taste goes away.

Christena Jul 30th 2019

Like Blue Otter pops

Not sure how this is considered any relation to gin. I have never had a syrupy sweet gin. 2 sips and and we poured it out. Save yourself the disappointment