Everleaf is a bittersweet aperitif created by Paul Mathew from London. Next to being a bartender, Paul is also a biologist. A fairly unique combination, much like this non-alcoholic drink itself. Not a single tastebud remains untouched with its complex infusion of botanical extracts and distillates from all over the globe.
Vanilla, saffron and Chinese cinnamon make for a sweet balance, while gentian, iris and angelica take care of the bitterness. Freshness is achieved by adding vetiver and orange blossom. To provide the mix with a rich texture, Paul works with voodoo Lily and acacia.
It all combines into a nice and complex non-alcoholic aperitif for people who fancy bitter flavors such as Aperol and Campari.
Next to having Everleaf forest as their first flavour, they recently launched 2 new flavours to the family. We will review them soon, so stay tuned for more on this.
- Cassia bark
- Iris root
- Angelica root
- Orange blossom
- Voodoo lilly
- Acacia honey
Tasting notes & Pairing
First you discover the sweet notes of acacia and vanilla. Gradually this palette changes to a nice, bitter aftertaste. Excellent to drink as an aperitif, but also as a refreshing drink on a sunny day.
Click here to get the full recipe from the Everleaf Spritz