4 drinks to survive Dry January
December is one of, if not the, most alcoholic month of the year. For many, this is an incentive to take part in Dry January and avoid alcohol for a month. We have already explained to you what Dry January is and what advantages come with it.
Today we'll show you 4 non-alcoholic drinks with Laori Juniper No 1 that will easily get you through Dry January. The non-alcoholic cocktails are in no way inferior to their alcoholic counterparts and who knows: maybe Dry January will be followed by Zero ABV February!?
1. non-alcoholic Gin & Juice – Laori & Juice
The non-alcoholic Gin & Juice is the perfect drink for all occasions! It's super easy to prepare and tastes incredibly good. It has the perfect balance of full-bodied sweetness and citrusy acidity. The ethereal, crisp spice of the Laori Juniper No 1 enriches and deepens the entrancing sweetness of the juice, in our case grape or pomegranate juice, but also balances it out. This is how a seemingly simple drink turns into a real taste explosion. You can find the recipe here.
2. non-alcoholic Gin & Tonic – Laori & Tonic
The Gin & Tonic is probably the best-known and most popular gin long drink ever. With Laori Juniper No 1 you can enjoy the classic alcohol-free and without a hangover! It is perfect for Dry January because it not only tastes very good, but is also super easy to mix! Maybe that's also a reason why it's the Queen's favorite drink!? Here you can find the recipe to mix yourself.
3. alcohol-free Gin & Cherry Blossom Tonic
Gin & Tonic goes pink! The alcohol-free Gin & Cherry Blossom Tonic impresses with its delicate floral note and berry taste. With the Cherry Blossom Tonic, the classic drink is pimped up and given its wonderful pink color. Mixed quickly, it is perfect for Dry January! So if you want to pimp up your non-alcoholic Gin & Tonic a little, you can find the recipe here!
4. non-alcoholic Tom Collins – Laori Collins
The alcohol-free Tom Collins impresses with a perfect interplay of acidity, sweetness and liveliness! It's a twist on the classic sour, but is easier to mix. This will help you get through Dry January! Tom Collins' recipe can be found here!
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