AWARD WINNING, MEATY AND SMOKY NON-ALCOHOLIC SPIRIT
A bold opener of sweet smoky lapsang and top notes of pine, the body comes through with a deep fruit, cinnamon and clove. Finishing with spice notes of ginger, chilli and nutmeg. DANDY is inspired by our favourite smoky, dark spirits and is especially good for Sour cocktails or with Cola & a squeeze of lime.
Best Overall Non-Alcoholic Spirit 2021 - 10/10 - The Independent
“Sensational.. Astonishingly well-rounded.. The uniquely smoky flavour and aroma make for a moreish beverage, particularly CROSSIP’s fantastic alcohol-free smoky old fashioned” - The Independent
Carl Anthony Brown, Founder"Like all aged alcoholic spirits, DANDY possesses the same rich spice flavours. Its robust, smoky and packs a punch. Tame it by diluting and stirring with ice and adding a little honey."
All three of our drinks contain a core base of Eucalyptus, Ginger, Cayenne, Gentian and Glycerine.
These ingredients are known for their health benefits, see more on our Ingredients page.
|Liquid Smoke Essence||Cayenne|
|Pine Essence||Black pepper|
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frequently asked questions
IS DANDY SMOKE A WHISKY SUBSTITUTE?
Dandy was created as a base for drinks and cocktails that have the flavours and mouthfeel of robust & smoky dark spirits, whiskey included. So, whilst you can make a Dandy & Coke and it feels like a rum or whiskey & Coke with a smoky kick to it, it doesn’t taste exactly like whiskey when drank straight
WHAT IS LAPSANG SOUCHONG TEA?
Lapsang Souchong is the hero ingredient of Dandy Smoke that gives it all the rich smoky goodness. It is a black tea that is smoke-dried over a pinewood fire. It originates in the Wuyi Mountains region of Fujian, China. The fermented leaves are put on hot iron pans or plates and roasted for a short time to ‘seal’ the leaves. The tea is then smoked over sustainable exotic woods that are rich in resin. The result is a spicy, smoky flavour.
SHOULD I DRINK CROSSIP 'NEAT'?
It certainly won’t do you any harm if you do BUT Crossip was designed to create tasty drinks. Therefore, it is quite full of flavour and bold. We would always recommend using it with a mixer or in a cocktail.
DO YOU USE ANY ALCOHOL IN PRODUCTION?
In short, no. Due to our unique process we have no need to utilise alcohol as a solvent to extract flavour. We can definitively say that at no point in the process does alcohol ever come into contact with Crossip.