Dry January has arrived and after the rather champagne heavy festivities, it’s definitely needed. Whether you’re trying to cut down on drinking as an ongoing new year’s resolution or if you’re just trying it out for a month to detox, there’s no need to sacrifice the drinks you love.
Non-alcoholic cocktails are the perfect way to enjoy a drink with friends without you having to be the odd one out, a non-alcoholic cocktails can have all of the taste and look of the real deal without the alcohol. Take a look at our favourite alternatives below.
Blackberry, Lime and Thyme Soda
Perfect for this time of year, this soda has a wonderful berry taste with a kick of lemon and a touch of thyme to add a little something extra. This is also great with gin so this recipe is just right for having a non-alcoholic and alcoholic cocktail without having to mix two different recipes.
To find out how to make this non-alcoholic cocktail, visit Reclaiming Provincial here.
A good alternative to a whisky sour or old fashioned, this cocktail substitutes whisky for ginger ale to give you that kick of flavour.
To find out how to make this non-alcoholic cocktail, visit Kleinworth Co. here.
Delicious and refreshing, this recipe for a non-alcoholic Moscow Mule is just the ticket for an alternative to its boozy brother.
To find out how to make this non-alcoholic cocktail, visit Sweet C Designs here.
The classic Spanish red wine cocktail is given a non-alcoholic twist using a combination of black tea and pomegranate juice to match the flavour.
To find out how to make this non-alcoholic cocktail, visit The Kitchn here.
Ginger, Basil and Grapefruit Spritzer
This is the ideal Spring cocktail for events, it looks like a champagne cocktail and tastes just as good.
To find out how to make this non-alcoholic cocktail, visit Joylicious here.
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