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Introducing Alcohol-Free Liquor from The Whisky Exchange

Would you drink alcohol-free liquor? One company is banking on enough people answering that question with a resounding “yes.”

The Whisky Exchange is introducing their own signature line of alcohol-free spirits aimed at customers who prize a healthy lifestyle. They promise a clean-tasting, smooth product that’s suitable for a wide range of dietary preferences, including not just low-carb and keto diets but those based entirely on total caloric intake as well. In other words, these spirits are low calorie, low sugar, low carb, and yet still somehow pack in a whole lot of taste.

How do they do it? Let’s see:

Using proprietary technology developed in conjunction with the low-energy chemistry department of the English Technology Institute, we have developed a way of removing the alcohol from a variety of spirits without overly impacting the mouthfeel and flavour. Our licensable reactor technology removes the alcohol from the spirit slowly, and this trickle-stripping™ process allows the drink to maintain its character – but with no alcohol.

The brand talks a lot about their patented L.A.S.E.R. (that stands for Latent Alcohol Spirits Extraction Reactor, by the by) and they have a number of licensing deals in the works, so who knows what’s next in the world of alochol-free booze.

The big question is this: Does it taste good? TWE out Clean Spirits to the test and this is what they found:

More than 90% of those who took part praised the range, and when asked to estimate the alcohol level in the Clean Spirits Whisky bottling, almost all said ‘40%-46%’. One participant even asked for extra water to dilute their whisky, ‘because cask-strength whiskies are a little too much for me’.

The proof, as they say, is in the pudding, so we suggest picking up a bottle of Clean Spirits whisky, cognac, rum, gin, or vodka and trying it for yourself. Let us know what you think!

Check out the product line and more information at The Whiskey Exchange.




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    Paul Smith
    June 18, 2017 at 8:29 pm

    The Whisky Exchange under investigation for false advertising !

    Posted on June 17, 2017
    THE SCOTTISH SPIRITS ASSOCIATION accuses The Whisky Exchange of illegal promotional claim.

    The Scottish Spirits Association is warning consumers “not to be taken in “by The Whisky Exchange new product line claiming to be “Clean Spirits Alcohol Free Vodka , Alcohol Free Rum , Alcohol Free Whisky, Alcohol Free Gin , Alcohol Free Cognac ” and is signaling its intent to fight against the introduction of an illegal product.

    UK Based The Whisky Exchange says on its website “Its alcohol free Whisky, Gin, Vodka , Rum, Cognac ” will soon be available on the market but the SCOTTISH SPIRITS ASSOCIATION says that Whisky, Gin, Vodka, Rum and Cognac are internationally, understood to be a distilled beverages.

    The Whisky Exchange launched what it describes as “ Alcohol free Whisky, Gin, Vodka, Rum, Cognac “, the company says that the product is designed as “ Introducing Clean Spirits: a range of great-tasting alcohol-free spirits from The Whisky Exchange. Forget clean eating, this is clean drinking… ”

    Claiming that The Whisky Exchange promotional claim describing the product as “CLEAN DRINKING…. ” is illegal under UK and EEC laws.

    Claiming that The Whisky Exchange promotional claim, describing the product as Alcohol Free Whisky produced of Scotland, Alcohol Free Cognac produced of France , Alcohol Free Vodka produced of Russia, Alcohol Free Rum produced of Jamaica , Alcohol Free Gin produced of Scotland is illegal under UK and European Law, the Scottish Spirits Association says that laws are in place in EUROPE and USA to maintain the reputation of Scotch Whisky , Gin, Vodka, Rum, and Cognac as a quality product to protect the consumers.

    The Scottish Spirits Association has alerted the respective brand owners of the liquors illustrated on The Whisky Exchange web Site http://blog.thewhiskyexchange.com/2017/04/clean-spirits-a-new-alcohol-free-range-from-the-whisky-exchange/ to inform them of the situation.

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