The signature flavor profile is bright and bitter with hints of florals and citrus from gentian root, orange peel, elderflower, lemon balm, yuzu, ginger, and rosemary.
- White grapes — dry | Riesling offers a heady aromatic flavor with a dry base as dry as the Mojave
- Gentian Root — bitter | Beautifully bitter, this earthy power plant preps the palate sans sugar
- Fig — sweet & tangy | Fig brings a gentle touch of tang and a brush of sweetness
- Ginger — biting | Spice is nice, warm, and comforting
- Orange Peel — invigorating | Like Italian disco
- Yuzu — refreshing | Zesty, tart, and sour with a savory finish
- Lemon Balm — calming | A natural mood-enhancer to help allay temporary stress [*the only ingredient we can make a general claim on]
- Elderflower — floral | The flower of the elderberry, tastes of pink dusk and positivity
- Rosemary — awakening | Our favorite Mediterranean aromatic
CARE & USAGE
Ghia Apéritif is good to drink for 3 weeks after opening! Refrigeration is not required but recommended for the longest-lasting bottle.
Hold the cap and shake well.
Le Spritz: The only rule is to sip Ghia’s Spritz chilled. For the ideal temperature pop your cans in the fridge or on ice an hour before serving. Shortcut—pour over ice.
Ghia was designed to be safe for everyone, however, we advise checking with your doctor before consuming if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, looking to conceive, taking medication, or have a medical condition.
Recycle & Upcycle: Ghia packaging uses either biodegradable or recyclable materials. The shippers are made from 70% recycled content and water-based biodegradable inks. The glass bottles can be upcycled for water or used for a flower vase, while the hand-painted natural wood and natural cork tops can be saved as a keepsake from a moment Ghia hopes you’ll remember.
Ghia won the Esquire’s 2020 “Drink of the Year” Award— the first time in history an NA beverage received the accolade.
Ghia was designed for flavor, not function (they’re not here to buzz you!). They focus on using ingredients in their purest form, so there is SOME plant power: lemon balm for stress relief, rosemary for immunity. Nothing that will keep you up or make you snooze.