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Feragaia x Daylesford Organics Burns Night Q&A

Feragaia x Daylesford Organics Burns Night Q&A

Our Co-Founder Bill Garnock sat down with Daylesford Organics on Burns Night to chat all things Scotland! IN A COUNTRY FAMED FOR ITS WHISKY, HOW DID THE BUILDING OF A DISTILLERY TO MAKE A NON-ALCOHOLIC WHISKY SUBSTITUTE GO DOWN? Scotland is world famous for its food and drink, thanks to our amazing natural resources, landscape and the skills of farmers and producers. Scotland is home to some of the world’s finest food and drink brands which can be found in the best bars, restaurants, and shops (including Daylesford!) Feragaia is the next chapter in this illustrious history and reputation of...

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Five alcohol-free cocktails

Five alcohol-free cocktails

1. Paloma A true Feragaia favourite, our Feragaia Paloma. Ingredients: 50ml Feragaia 15ml fresh pink grapefruit juice Pinch of salt Tonic Pink grapefruit garnish  Method: Combine Feragaia, pink grapefruit juice and salt in a highball glass.  Stir until salt dissolved, add ice, top with tonic and garnish with pink grapefruit 2. BrambleBrambles (or blackberries) are well known for their soft, succulent sweetness and earthy undertones. They are usually in season through to early October,  Ingredients: Feragaia Bramble 50ml Feragaia 5 foraged blackberries 15ml fresh lemon juice Ginger ale Bramble & Lemon Garnish Method: Combine Feragaia and lemon juice in a...

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Alistair Heather's Sober October

Alistair Heather's Sober October

I’ve taken up Feragaia as my secret weapon during Sober October this year. So far I’ve enjoyed it mixed up as a long drink with ginger ale, ice and lime, and on a slightly fancier occasion I shook it up with lemon juice and pine juice to make a sharp fresh cocktail. I like the discovery and experimentation. I’m in my thirties now and increasingly value weekends away fae the bevvy. The hangovers eating up my Sundays after big late Saturdays are getting wearisome. An entire month of basically feeling great is pretty attractive. But giving up even the wee...

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5 Edinburgh Restaurants to visit

5 Edinburgh Restaurants to visit

Edinburgh, as the capital of Scotland, is home to a variety of great places to eat and drink, with many pubs, bars and restaurants located in every corner of the city. The restaurants are authentic and often use locally-sourced produce in their cooking and preparing of the food. Here are 5 restaurants that we recommend in Edinburgh, all with the added bonus of stocking Feragaia as their alternative to alcohol. 1. The Lookout by The Gardener’s Cottage https://www.thelookoutedinburgh.co/ Situated within the Collective site at the top of Calton Hill, enter through the South or East entrance of the City Observatory...

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