At the Table

6 Nonalcoholic Cocktails for Dry January

As we recover from the boozy libations consumed in celebration of the end of 2020, it’s time to embrace your healthful resolutions and take on the Dry January challenge once again. We’ve collected nonalcoholic cocktail recipes, ranging from fruity to nutty in flavor, to give you a taste of what you’re missing without the morning regret. Whether you last a week or the whole month, these mocktails are a delicious way to kick off 2021.

Our Favorites for Drinking Dry

Blackberry Beret

From Jackson Gilstrap of Jasper’s, Nashville, Tennessee

Chuck Tay lor

From Manu Lauzon of Easy Bistro & Bar, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Amaro for All

By Abbey Sanders of Southbound, Chamblee, Georgia

This is a great alternative to a traditional Amaro cocktail, as the nonalcoholic Amaro has a great bitter flavor profile that is typically hard to replicate in a mocktail.

Green Grove

From Zach McCabe, Edgar’s Above Broad, Augusta, Georgia

The inspiration behind Green Grove was to make a zero-proof drink that wouldn’t leave you stranded between a glass of water and something so sweet it makes your teeth hurt. This mocktails is more than just a mix of sweet syrups and juices taking teetotaling to the next level.

New Fashioned

Recipe by Spiritless

With Kentucky 74, consumers can enjoy their favorite cocktail completely Spiritless, or with a lower ABV by going halfsies with bourbon.

Shop Spiritless on The Local Palate Marketplace here.

Piña Con Nada

From Manu Lauzon of Easy Bistro & Bar, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Persephone’s Lemonade

From Alexa Delgado and Anna McElroy, Knife & Spoon at The Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Grande Lakes, Florida

trending content

More From At the Table

Leave a Reply

Be the first to comment.