The dry January challenge begins with these alcohol-free cocktails
Do you know the Dry January challenge? Dry January is a tradition that was born in England and challenges people to start the year without drinking alcohol.
The Dry January tradition began in England and is gradually spreading around the world. The United States has been applying it for some time now. But other countries, such as France, are only beginning to apply the tradition in 2020.
As of January 1st, people who wish to clean up after the holidays, will spend the entire month without drinking alcohol. To better apply this challenge, bar collaborate by offering exclusive menus of non-alcoholic drinks. Non-alcoholic cocktails have in fact become a trend that seduces more people. Therefore, Dry January tends to be more successful as non-alcoholic cocktails become more important in bars.
To get you off to a good start this year, we bring you these alcohol-free cocktails so that you can apply your Dry January routine without necessarily getting bored. After all, what counts is tasting and not getting drunk!
3 Non-Alcoholic Cocktail Recipes
500ml of lemonade
500ml apple juice
2 spoons of peach juice
2 trays of raspberries
In a salad bowl, add the pitted and chopped peaches, lemon juice, raspberries, peach syrup and apple juice. Keep it in the fridge for one hour. Then, when you serve, add the lemonade and some ice. Taste it without moderation!
Alcohol-free Moscow Mule
125 ml of ginger beer
40 ml fresh lime juice
40 ml of Canada Dry or Schweppes
Mix the ingredients in a cup of copper, with ice in 3/4 of the glass. Stir and decorate with a slice of lime.
Ingredients (2 glasses)
Chopped ice cream
120 ml fresh orange juice
500 ml of carbonated water
1 piece of ginger (5 cm) cut into pieces
1 clementine, peeled and cut into wedges
Mix the ice and orange juice. Add sparkling water and decorate with fresh ginger, rosemary and clementine wedges.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.
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