Cutting back on one’s alcohol consumption is slowly becoming the norm. Only problem: So many of our social activities are structured around drinking. Sure, a mocktail is always an option, but it’s usually an afterthought, tucked away on most menus, and filled with more sugar than a bottle of SunnyD. A sophisticated, decent alternative to alcohol has been missing from the market. Until Seedlip. Purportedly “the world’s first non-alcoholic distilled spirit,” it’s sweetener- and sugar-free, goes well with tonic or soda water and comes in three flavours: Spice 94, with hints of allspice, bark and citrus; Garden 108, with notes of peas, hay and garden herbs; and Grove 42, a blend of orange, lemon grass and ginger. “We’re in this world where we can cater to any allergies you’ve got, we can put people on the moon, we can do all these amazing things,” Ben Branson, Seedlip’s founder, recently told Fast Company. “But for whatever reason, why can you not get a good grown-up non-alcoholic option?” Well, now you can.