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I have only tried one Amass flavor to date (Riverine) and I am obsessed. I haven't drank alcohol in nearly a year, and I've searched high and low for non-alcoholic beverage options that make me feel a part of the party. This is one of my favorites. It reminds me of the best parts of drinking gin, (the bitterness and depth of flavor), so easily mixes with any sparkling water or other beverage and lemon or lime, and is stunning with the rest of my non-alcoholic bottles.
Not be out of stock!
It is pretty good in the scheme of NA spirit options but not as good as others. The packaging is gorgeous and I’d love it sitting out on my counter, but the flavor wasn’t quite for me. I think gin lovers would like it more.
I love the vodka a lot more than the non-alcoholic option. The non-alcoholic one is very herbal, so it can be a bit of challenge to mix mocktails. Still great and love the packaging. I will continue to purchase.
I'm trying to cut down on my weeknight alcohol consumption so was excited to try their Riverine flavor. Really wanted to like it but it was just too earthy for me (and literally I eat kale daily). I checked the label and think it might be the coriander throwing me off, not sure.
I'm glad the world is trending in this way but there are a few other brands out there that I'd recommend with less botanic more citrus flavors.
Everything AMASS makes is beautiful and high quality. With Morgan, their genius female Chief Product Officer and Distiller, at the helm, the spirit flavors are interesting and the design is spot-on.
I purchased a bottle of the "Riverine Non-alcoholic Spirit" and I found the flavors very nuanced & nice to pair with sparkling water. I personally didn't love the flavor but I appreciated the artistry / complexity of it & thought it was an overall pretty thoughtful beverage product. I could see improvements made if you were to add some simple syrup or garnishes.
I've tested the dry gin (very nice) and hand soap (also great). The gin makes a great g&t - nice blend of botanicals that feels out of the ordinary. And the hand soaps are really nice!
This is a nitpick, but I've found that the pump on the hand soaps tends to leak so it drips down the side of the bottle.
Amass is a mover and shaker in the premium spirits market. They stand out to me for their use of unorthododox botanicals like marigold, eucalyptus, and peach! Bonus - they make the best smelling hand sanitizer, hands down!