Ritual Zero Proof is a first-of-its-kind American-made alternative to gin and whiskey that's free from alcohol, yet still provides consumers with a familiar experience that reminds of the flavor, smell and burn of traditional spirits. With these products, Ritual Zero Proof describes that it is "not trying to replace alcohol" but simply supply consumers with "another tool in your cocktail kit."
The spirit alternatives are made with all-natural botanicals and are prepared to substitute alcohol 1:1 in recipes. While the Ritual Zero Proof Whiskey Alternative is said to capture the essence of a "soul-warming heat of good whiskey" and its oak, vanilla and caramel flavors, Ritual Zero Proof Gin Alternative sets itself apart with a flavor that's bright, refreshing and calorie-free.
Ritual Zero Proof Imitates the Taste, Smell and Burn of Liquor
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