10 Non-Alcoholic Drinks If You've Sworn Off Booze This Month
Now that the holidays are said and done, you may find yourself wanting to step back from the alcohol a bit after all the parties and festivities. Dry January, or Drynuary as it's often referred to, is exactly what it sounds like: quitting booze for the entire month. For many, it's a way to reset and practice a little self-care after a busy past couple of months. It doesn't mean you have to subject yourself to just water for 31 days, though. These 10 mocktail recipes prove Dry January can be a whole lot of fun.
Pomegranate molasses adds a touch of deep, caramelized flavor to this rosy pink, honey-sweetened mocktail.
If you love the refreshing mintiness of a classic mojito, you'll quickly fall for this mocktail version that's a simple mix of limeade, sparkling water, and fresh mint.
Chamomile tea might not be the first ingredient you think of when making a mocktail, but it lends a delicately floral and refreshing touch to this fizzy drink.
Opt for non-alcoholic bitters to keep this unique cranberry juice-based mocktail completely booze-free.
Put down the hot toddy and let this sweet and spicy tonic keep you warm instead. It's also just the thing to sip if you feel a winter cold coming on.
You'll get the freshest, brightest flavor if you squeeze grapefruits for this drink, but it's still very tasty if you opt for the convenience of store-bought juice instead.
Ginger beer's spicy kick is the perfect counterpart to sweet mango juice in this fruity mocktail.
If you're not familiar with a switchel, you should be. The tangy vinegar-based drink is both refreshing and energizing.
This jewel-toned mocktail, made with hibiscus tea, is sweetened with honey and topped with tonic water to ensure it's bubbly.
While this floral mocktail calls for golden syrup, if you don't have it on hand, honey is a great substitute.