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MY FAVOURITE SOBER SIPPERS TASTE JUST AS GOOD AS THE REAL THING
This is a roundup of some of the most delicious mocktails around, easy non-alcoholic drinks to serve during dry January, for teetotallers, teens and those who just don’t fancy drinking alcohol.
Non-alcoholic mocktails don’t have to be boring drinks.
They can be just as delicious as alcohol-filled cocktails.
You just don’t end up as giddy or with as sore a head if you have one too many!
What’s not to love!!
The key is to keep the ingredient mixes clever and delicious.
Here’s a roundup of some of the loveliest mocktail recipes around.
Perfect for parties, Christmas and New Year and festive celebrations when you need to ensure kids, pregnant and breastfeeding mums, teetotallers and anyone choosing to avoid alcohol can have a delicious drink along with everyone else.
This roundup includes some nonalcoholic takes on cocktail classics, such as the mojito and the French 75. Which one will you and your guests soon be sipping…?
If your mouth waters in the way mine does at the mention of a mojito, but you want to avoid alcohol, this Nojito mocktail recipe will serve you well. It is just as delicious as the OG, packing a punch with refreshing lime and mint flavours.
This is a very sophisticated non-alcoholic French 75 mocktail is made with fresh lemon juice, sparkling tonic water, and a splash of citrus bitters. It has a similar flavour to a French 75, but without the alcoholic kick.
Pear is one of the more unusual fruits to have in a cocktail or mocktail, but by gosh, when you use it, it works so well. This sparkling pear mocktail is infused with mint and combined with soda and is one of the most refreshing mocktails ever.
Sangria is synonymous with long summer days in Europe, but what about if you want the taste without the potential hangover? Well, try making this delicious mock sangria with a mixture of fresh juice, fruit pieces and soda water.
I'm not sure what 90s Carrie Bradshaw and friends would think about non-alcoholic Cosmopolitans, but I have to say I am loving the mocktail version. It's full of flavour, has zero alcohol is low in sugar and is good for your health.
Hello, I’m Luci, founder of Mums Make Lists (Est. 2011). Over the last decade or so, I have combined my experience as a mum, journalist and shopping editor to create useful guides and lists of ideas and inspiration to make it easier for busy parents to plan and host kids’ parties and find great gifts. Plus I create beautiful party printables, from invites to party games. Read more.