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ALL PRODUCTS UNDER 0.5% ALCOHOL BY VOLUME
Looking for an alcohol-free cocktail
that treats you like a grown up?
Try this Grapefruit Mimosa! Named after the yellowflowered mimosa plant, this is a classic cocktail traditionally
composed of sparkling wine and chilled citrus juice. This
zero alcohol version made with Lindauer Free is slightly
more on the bitter side, perfect if you’re looking for a cocktail
that’s not too sweet.Find out more about alcohol free options
in the Zero Zone at newworld.co.nz/zero
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The past decade has seen huge advances in the
science for reducing alcohol in beverages.
75ml Grapefruit Juice
75ml Lindauer Free Brut
15 ml Honey Syrup
1. Make the honey syrup by
dissolving 1 cup of honey with
½ a cup of warm water and
allow to cool.
2. Build your grapefruit mimosa
in a stemless glass. Simply stir
the ingredients together and
fill with ice.
3. Garnish a pink grapefruit
wedge on the side.
The Spinning Cone Column (SCC) is an Australian
invention originally created to remove sulphur from
wine. But like all good technologies, people soon
found better and more widespread uses for it, like
taking alcohol out of wine and cider. It’s used a bit in
beer but the wine industry has really leapt on it.
Spinning cone takes place in a vacuum which allows
low temperature distillation in two stages. First the
full alcohol wine is poured into the column and the
spinning motion creates a thin film of liquid. At around
30°C the system captures the delicate aromatics
of the wine and stores them. The liquid is passed
through for a second time and alcohol is removed at a
slightly higher temperature. The two captured batches
of liquid are blended back together and voila, a zero
When you’re instore look out for products highlighted as ‘Low Alcohol’ on our shelves.