4 mocktail recipes for Dry January
Enjoy Dry January with these super-tasty and fresh non-alcoholic cocktail recipes.
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Make dry January a little more fun by creating your own delicious mocktail recipes. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or simply want to spice up your Friday night, take a look below.
If you prefer zingy flavours and want a fruity sensation, then this grapefruit spritz is sure to hit the spot.
- 15ml elderflower cordial
- 30ml pink grapefruit juice
- 75ml Eisberg Alcohol-Free Rosé
- 100ml soda water
- 15ml lemon juice
- Pink grapefruit wedges for garnish
1. Squeeze the juice of a pink grapefruit and lemon into a mixing glass, along with elderflower cordial and Eisberg Alcohol-Free Rosé.
2. Shake well and strain into a Kilner jar and top with soda.
3. Cut a grapefruit into small wedges and add a couple to the drink for garnish.
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Enjoy a delicious Virgin Mary without the alcohol this January.
- 125- 175ml ml Turner Hardy Pure tomato juice
- A good serving of Worcestershire sauce
- 3-6 drops of Tabasco (or Sriracha if you want to avoid the vinegar)
- Squeeze of lemon juice
- Squeeze of lime juice
- A pinch of Cayenne pepper
- A pinch of celery salt
1. Roll (don’t shake) in a cocktail shaker with just two cubes of ice. Too much ice will water the drink down when it melts
3. As an alternative garnish with a carrot, olives, a pickle and a red chilli.
Cucumber and watermelon fizz
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Just as good as a refreshing G&T (minus the gin)!
- 10ml elderflower cordial
- Double Dutch cucumber and watermelon ixer
- Cucumber ribbon
1. Pour 10ml of elderflower cordial into a tall wine glass.
2. Top with Double Dutch cucumber and watermelon mixer and stir gently.
3. Garnish with a carefully cut cucumber ribbon.
Enjoy a refreshingly bitter non alcoholic Negroni by following this quick and easy recipe.
- 25ml Aecorn aromatic mixer
- 25ml Aecorn bitter
- 25ml Seedlip spice
- Orange wedge to garnish
1. Build the aromatic mixer, bitter and Seedlip in a stemless wine glass over ice.
2. Garnish with an orange wedge.
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