Why drink a non-alcoholic G&T or Moscow Mule?
Saint Ivy’s Virgin G&T has that quintessential bittersweet taste and aromas of a G&T, and Virgin Moscow Mule emulates the thirst-quenching bite of a Moscow Mule, without the excess sugar and calories. Both are non-alcoholic, just like the conscious among us prefer.
What trends are driving popularity of Saint Ivy?
People are drinking less alcohol and sugar as growing awareness of their negative effects continues. Saint Ivy gives you the choice of skipping these negative effects, without losing out on the social element and having to explain to your friends why you're choosing a non-alcoholic beverage.
How do you get Saint Ivy drinks to taste like the real thing?
We use the same ingredients and extracts. For example, Gin flavor is derived from Juniper berries, tonic flavor from Quinine, Ginger flavor from ginger root.
How would you suggest drinking Saint Ivy? Out the bottle, or in a glass with ice?
It’s totally personal preference!
About half drink straight out the bottle, and the other half drink in a glass with ice.
Personally, I like to drink it straight out the bottle without any garnish, but others like to add interesting garnishes.
Popular garnishes: Rind of lemon, lime, or orange works well for the Virgin G&T; and a sprig of mint perfectly garnishes the Moscow Mule.
Can I use it as an alcoholic mixer?
Yes! Saint Ivy drinks are sophisticated with multiple layers of flavor so great to drink in any format.
Where does the name Saint Ivy originate from?
During mythical times, there was a common belief drinking wine from a cup made from the wood of ivy would keep one sober. It was also believed boiled ivy leaves sobered up the drinker. At Saint Ivy, we celebrate the myth of sobering ivy!