Gin and tonic is among the top six most popular long drinks in Germany. What started as an April Fool's joke about a non-alcoholic gin on Instagram in 2016 became an idea that was well received by fans and kicked off at that time. The target audience for the WonderLeaf Gin are people who do not want or are not allowed to drink alcohol. In addition to the obvious consumers, pregnant and nursing mothers, there is a growing group of health-conscious customers who want to consume little or no alcohol, but do not want to miss the refreshing, botanical-based flavor profile of a gin and tonic.
The new product Siegfried WonderLeaf is alcohol-free, contains 18 fine botanicals and a the composition that's identical to the alcoholic version. New gin is sugar-free and contains only natural aromas.
While it is impossible to imitate the taste of an alcoholic spirit, the uniqueness of Siegfried Gin is not the alcohol itself, but the variety of flavors and their balance. That was a key objective during the recipe development for Siegfried's founders. The taste is deliberately different, but "pretty" good.