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RITUAL ZERO PROOF Whiskey Alternative | Award-Winning Non-Alcoholic Spirit | 25.4 Fl Oz (750ml) | Only 10 Calories | Keto, Paleo & Low Carb Diet Friendly | Make Delicious Alcohol Free Cocktails
|Price:||$26.99 ($1.06 / Fl Oz) $25.49 ($1.01 / Fl Oz)|
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|Allergen Information||Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free, Gluten Free|
|Liquid Contents Description||Non-Alcoholic Whiskey|
About this item
- BUILT FOR COCKTAILS – Our non-alcoholic whiskey alternative is specially crafted to replace traditional whiskey, one-to-one, in the drinks you already know and love. Ritual spirits are made for cocktails and not meant to be consumed straight or neat.
- A HEALTHIER CHOICE – The oak, smoke, caramel and comforting warmth of whiskey without the alcohol or carbs, and only 10 calories, for conscious consumption that leaves you at your best.
- AWARD WINNING FLAVOR - The highest rated whiskey alternative ever, certified 85/100 Silver by the industry standard Beverage Testing Institute. All-natural flavors of vanilla, stone fruit, and sugar floss, for a smooth body and warming heat.
- DESIGNED FOR YOUR LIFESTYLE – Whether you're driving, training, dieting, parenting, staying out late, getting up early, seeking the perfect third drink or abstaining altogether.
- RITUAL'S PERFECT PARTNER - Pair Ritual Whiskey Alternative with V8 Sparkling Energy Black Cherry for the non-alcoholic Cherry Whiskey Smash mocktail. (see recipe cards in image carousel for details)
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ENJOY THE RITUAL... WITHOUT THE ALCOHOL
Ritual Whiskey Alternative lends the flavor, aroma, and deep warmth of whiskey to mixed drinks and cocktails, without the alcohol or calories. The flavor profile is soft and round, with an aroma of toasted spice and caramel. Vanilla and oak pair with mesquite and stone fruit. The finish is a nuanced and satisfying heat that shines in a zero proof Old Fashioned or a low-abv Manhattan.
THE POWER OF A HEALTHIER ALTERNATIVE
A HEALTHIER OPTION
Free of calories, carbs and gluten, for better sleep, leaner waistlines, and stronger immune systems.
THE PERFECT THIRD DRINK
We want to enjoy the evening and the morning. Is that too much to ask? We don’t think so.
Because you deserve better than club soda, even when you’re the DD.
BABY ON BOARD
Nine months shouldn’t feel like nine years! Be healthy, and happy while growing your family.
EASY NON-ALC VERSIONS OF CLASSIC COCKTAILS
Ritual Old Fashioned
2 oz. Ritual whiskey alternative
1 dash plain water
2 dashes bitters
1 oz. simple syrup
Orange slice and cherry
Mix bitters, simple syrup, and water. Add ice and Ritual Whiskey Alternative. Stir. Garnish with an orange peel and cherry.
2 oz. Ritual whiskey alternative
1 oz. sweet vermouth
2 dashes bitters
Orange and cherry
Fill a shaker with ice, Ritual, vermouth and bitters. Stir gently. Place cherry in the bottom of a chilled glass and strain the mixture over it. Garnish with an orange slice.
Ritual Whiskey Sour
2 oz. Ritual whiskey alternative
3/4 oz. lemon juice
1/2 oz. simple syrup
1 egg white (see below)
Lemon slice or wedge
Combine all ingredients in an ice-filled shaker and shake until frothy. Pour into a cocktail glass and garnish with a lemon slice or wedge, if desired. (Not crazy about egg white or prefer to make it vegan? Substitute with an equivalent amount of chickpea juice. Really.)
WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THE RITUAL
If you are not 100% satisfied with Ritual Zero Proof’s flavor and experience, please message our store and we will make it right, that’s our promise.
We're passionate foodies and darn good cooks, so naturally Ritual started in our kitchens. Simple enough, right? Yeah, not so much. It took more than a year and hundreds of iterations to perfect our recipes. We learned how to blend jambu and prickly ash, how to reduce the oil in juniper and heighten the perfume of pine. We taste-tested vanilla from Madagascar against vanilla from China. We sought guidance from master chefs and held tasting sessions for the world’s best bartenders. We weren’t satisfied until it tasted and smelled and felt like the real thing.
Because we care what we put in our glass, our recipes are labors of love. Because we care what we put in our bodies, our flavors are all-natural with no allergens. Because we live on the planet, our packaging and shipping minimize waste. And because life is short, our company is still a group of friends. There are just more of us now. Here’s to friends clinking glasses — whatever may be in them.
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|Taste||All-Natural flavors of earthy blue agave, Mexican lime, and tropical guava, with a smoky mesquite finish||All-natural flavors of vanilla, stone fruit, and sugar floss, for a smooth body and warming heat||All-natural flavors of cucumber, angelica root, and juniper combine for a fresh, clean taste||All-Natural flavors of warm vanilla and toasted spice combine for a velvety decadent finish|
|Cocktail Suggestions||Margarita, Paloma, Tequila Sunrise, Mexican Mule, Tequila Sour, Ranch Water, Bloody Maria, The Matador||Whiskey Smash, Whiskey Sour, Rob Roy, John Collins, Hot Toddy, Manhattan, Old Fashioned, Mint Julep||Gimlet, Gin Fizz, Gin & Tonic, Bloody Mary, Gin & Juice, Martini, Darn The Weather, Smooth Landing||Mai Tai, Dark n' Stormy, Daquiri, Rum & Coke, Rum Punch, Pain Killer, Pina Colada|
- Product Dimensions : 3.3 x 3.3 x 9.8 inches; 3.3 Pounds
- Item model number : 0850005389026
- UPC : 850005389026
- Manufacturer : Ritual Zero Proof
- ASIN : B07VPWR7YY
- Country of Origin : USA
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,484 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #21 in Cocktail Mixers
- Customer Reviews:
Filtered water, sugar, natural flavors, xanthan gum, citric acid
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Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2019
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Once upon a time there was a married couple, Mr. And Mrs. Richard Ewel. The Ewels were a happy couple, spending time with each other and their many friends. Richard, Rich to his friends, was a successful accountant, and his wife chose to stay home and focus on raising the family. Soon, however, times got tough. Rich lost his job and turned to drink. Mrs. Ewel (whose first name is purposefully omitted for her protection) began driving for Uber to make ends meet. Depressed and uncertain, Rich turned to whiskey. More and more often Mrs. Ewel would return from long shifts to find her husband passed out in the kitchen, empty bottles of the cheapest whiskey strewn about, and the kitchen smelling like the Sunday morning in a frat house after a toga party. Finally Mrs. Ewel had enough and left her husband.
Years later, she remarried and changed her name. Her new husband was a chemical botanist, crafting up herbal concoctions to help fertilize plants and quench the thirst of green-loving patrons. One day he mixed together a noxious beverage that made his laboratory smell atrocious. His wife came running, asking what had died. The husband explained certain of his clientele might appreciate the drink, for reasons he could not fathom. His wife exclaimed that as it smelled exactly like her ex-husband, it should be named after him.
And thus, we get Rich Ewel, aka Ritual, a most foul drink that tastes like someone added a sprig of mint to beer spilled on the floor... yesterday.
Heed well the lessons contained in this tale, my friends. Purchase it not, even in jest. Drink it not, as the flavor lasts for over 25 minutes. Tell your loved ones of what you learn today. Save them; save yourselves.
I'm primarily a rye drinker, and I love a bottle of Willett. I'm interested in cocktails and I have a friend who doesn't drink. Recently he went looking through my bitters cabinet looking for something that would give him the experience of drinking a whiskey 'n coke. Sadly, there's nothing that you can take a few drops of along with your mixer that will make up the aromas and heat of whiskey. I took to the internet to see what could be done, and ended up ordering a bottle of this. The deeply divided reviews had me curious.
Let me quickly run through what expectations this whiskle (if I may coin the term) will and won't live up to, based on the ways I've tried it so far.
- As "pretend whiskey" to be sipped: 2/5
You'd never mistake this for whiskey. The bouquet has a lot of similar stuff going on; the vanilla, caramel and hint of wood smoke is there. But there's a note of something else, like a whiff of apples or cider vinegar. The flavor has that as well, but also can seem watered down compared to whiskey. If you're pretending it's whiskey and tasting it straight, it will disappoint your palate.
- As a distinct drink in its own right: 4/5
After you get over the differences, you find that the flavor works well on its own, independent of its similarity to whiskey. It has a bit of acidity that whiskey does not, reminiscent of cider vinegar. The heat from the capsicum and peppercorns is just right, and you feel it more in your throat than in your mouth. Some people have said theirs was extremely smokey; maybe they've adjusted the formula, maybe they received a bad batch, or maybe my palate is just different. I taste a hint of smoke, but it's not overwhelming, and certainly isn't anything near the smokiness of a peated Irish or Scotch whiskey. I also tried it with a dash of bourbon just to see how well it mixed, and the flavors blended together very pleasantly. Main flavor notes I taste are the acetic apple aroma I mentioned before, the capsaicin, a touch of smoke, and the herbaceous flavor of what I assume is prickly ash, which contributes to the warm numbing mouthfeel.
- As a mixer with cola: 5/5
The only mixing I've done with it so far is in a whiskle n' coke, to see how well it would satisfy my NA friend. This is the first time that it seemed to stand in for whiskey very convincingly. The aroma and taste, the heat lingering after the cola taste, all of it is extremely similar to drinking a whiskey and coke. It's exactly the purpose I bought it for, and it passes with flying colors. The avid drinker WILL notice that something is different about it, and that it's missing the vapor of booze, but I believe this is as close as anything could be to a "non-alcoholic whiskey coke".
- As a general mocktail mixer: 5/5
Again, treating it as a distinct spirit rather than a pretender to whiskey, I mixed up a similarly distinct "vermouth alternative" out of a couple green bitterses, some sugar, a drop of balsamic vinegar, and a dash of tart fruit juice. The result is a very pleasant Not-Manhattan. I expect to try more mocktails with this one.
PS, I did not try neat per advice of other reviews. I tried an Old Fashioned with a fresh sweet orange. Product was so bad I added another slice. Nothing will save/mask this product, it's that disgusting...
Having tried it a couple of nights in a row, though, I couldn’t be more surprised and pleased with the purchase. Now, in my opinion it doesn’t drink “neat” well, but has worked great as a mix and for cocktails. It’s not whiskey, but tastes like it in my Old Fashioned (wish they’d make alternative bitters), and I don’t worry about the health effects.
I’ll be buying more for sure - interested in trying their other varieties.
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