It's important that the products are not imitations of existing alcoholic spirits or wines, since according to Erika, a de-alcoholised wine or "non alcoholic gin" will always be inferior copies to the alcoholic versions. And to her, what matters the most is that the results are liquids that actually do the job.
In 2019 the Gnista spirits were launched. They are made locally in Sweden, by hand and in small batches. Given the natural ingredients used, the character of each batch varies, why Master Blender Fredrik Beskow is crucial.
With the bartending crowd in unison praise, serving Gnista at bars like Atlas, Nomad and American Bar - the same line of thought was applied to red wine. And in 2022, Gnista Red French and Italian style was launched. They certainly don’t taste like wine. But consumers unite - Gnista Red works when you want a mouth filling red wine experience, where tannins, spice, earth and acidity align.