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Make Dry January, ‘My January’
The start of the new year can stir up lots of feelings for many of us, as we reflect on 2022 and set intentions around being a better version of ourselves for the year ahead. Which is why, along with millions of British adults, you might be considering Dry January.
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Having yourself a booze-free little Christmas – SENTIA’s Christmas Gift Guide
How can I get into the festive spirit without over-indulging? With Christmas just around the corner, you might be asking yourself this very question, so we think you’ll be pleased to discover that there are plenty of ways for to stir up the season, without any hanxiety. Whether you’re looking for sophisticated gift options for the discerning drinkers in your life or hosting a cocktail party for family and friends – SENTIA Red is the perfect choice to raise a glass of Christmas cheer without the downsides of drinking. RRP £29.50
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SENTIA Weekend Wind Down - Episode 1

SENTIA’s ‘Lab-botany’ panel of experts host its first virtual tasting session, led by our resident scientist Prof. David Nutt. The ‘Weekend Wind-Down’ kicked off what will be a series of virtual tasting sessions, designed to give media, influencers, and opinion-leaders an opportunity to meet and mix with the Prof., while discovering SENTIA’s pleasingly complex flavour and its effects first hand.

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The Women Who Made Sentia Possible
With greater inclusion of women in alcohol-related research, it has become apparent that women are at increased risk of acute effects. To better protect women from these harms, it is time for our dialogue around alcohol use to change.
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SENTIA and Proof Drinks sign Distribution Agreement
The Social Drinks Company Ltd, owners of the SENTIA brand and Proof Drinks Ltd have signed a long-term agreement for the sole UK distribution of SENTIA.SENTIA is the next generation of feel-good alcohol-alternative drinks, for conscious consumers who want to...
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