Monday Zero Alcohol Whiskey

We’re officially more than halfway through dry January and if you’ve made it this far, congratulations. I sampled all my January content back in December except for this, a zero-alcohol whiskey.

Monday is a non-alcoholic whiskey inspired by the American classic whiskies. They’re made in small batches in CA.

Nose: sweetness and raisins
Palate: caramel, sweetness, and molasses
Finish: spices and lightly sweet
Cost: $57 (I purchased the Hot Toddy Kit)

One of the main reasons I purchased this brand was due to its reviews. Review after review said how amazing it is and how it really tastes like whiskey. So, I went into sampling this with the idea that it would taste exactly like whiskey. To me, it doesn’t taste like whiskey at all. Let me be clear, it’s not bad but, I don’t get whiskey.

The exceptional thing about this product is that it has a bite. Aside from that to me it’s like a good, sweet juice and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.

If you try this product go into it without any expectations and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it better. Personally, I think it’s good but for what I paid for it I hoped it would be better.

Cheers!

Note: The contents on my blog are solely my opinion. To me every palate is different! Although I may or may not like a product, I always recommend for people to try it and make up their own minds.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Whiskey Nut says:

    I have tried a few non alcoholic spirits.
    Mostly they tasted & had the mouthfeel of flavoured water.
    I understand why they are a growing market but currently I’d rather have a lemonade if I’m off the booze.

    1. whiskeywench says:

      I completely agree with you! It truly is flavored water. I was amazed on how many people said it tastes just like whisky. It made me wonder what type of whisky are these people having. I have a couple more to try and I’m not holding my breath. Cheers!

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