REVIEWS

“Our meal was accompanied with Temperance Cocktails. Didn’t know it was possible to make a non-alcoholic drink taste that way. I tried Chapter Two (absolute favourite) and Community Garden. Both fantastic.”

Toronto Food

“Whatever the reason Torontonians choose not to consume alcohol, Temperance Cocktails is looking to diversify the options for non-drinkers with their own extensive range of booze-free bevvies.”

Amy Carlberg – BlogTO

“Temperance Cocktails, which come in four flavours and cost $5 each, could easily pass for real cocktails both in terms of appearance and taste. They’re natural-tasting and complex and boast a pretty serious depth of flavour. Their True Terroir, for example, is a rich and spicy smoke bomb, that you might imagine had a base of peaty Islay whisky in it (it’s actually tea). Another, Chapter Two, is a fizzy, fresh and perfectly-acidic drink—perfect for summer refreshment –

Christine Sismondo – Toronto Star

“While Park Day is lemonade-like, Chapter Two combines ingredients like jasmine tea, lemon oil, rice vinegar and lychee. Other unique ingredients can be found in True Terroir, which boasts a lapsang souchong tea base that’s comparable to a peaty whisky, as well as Community Garden, which is floral, sweet and dry”

Laura McQuarrie – Trend Hunter

“We’ve had them at our last couple events and they’ve been incredible every time, highly recommended!”

Stefan Hostetter, Centre for Social Innovation

“These delicious drinks offer wonderful options for those who don’t wish to consume alcohol! Haritha is an amazing mixologist and brings fun and experimentation to his fabulous creations!”

Denise Soueidan-O’Leary, the Lansdowne Cone

“I’m amazed at the quality of service provided by the Temperance team, and highly recommend them for any of your events.”

Adil Dhalla, Centre for Social Innovation

“Temperance cocktails are a dream to work with, matching heart with attention to detail and professionalization to create complex and compelling NA cocktails and fill an important gap in the city!”

Justina Zatzman, Workman Arts