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Seedlip: Distilled from
a green and pleasant land
The Omnom team met up with Ben Branson, founder of Seedlip – the world's first non-alcoholic spirit brand – at his family's farm in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Ben talks about farming over the centuries, the art of harvesting and revisiting ancient techniques to create an entirely new drinking experience using familiar flavours.
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The Omnom team met up with Ben Branson, founder of Seedlip – the world's first non-alcoholic spirit – at his family's farm in the East Riding of Yorkshire.