7 Delicious Non-Alcoholic Drinks to get you through Dry January

January 9, 2016 | By | Comments (0)

If you’re among the many who’ve opted out of alcohol this month in pursuit of a healthier lifestyle, congratulations on making it through your first week! We salute you (from the bar with an extra-large margarita in hand). Are all the mugs of hot green tea and endless cans of flavored sparkling water beginning to wear on you yet? These booze-free concoctions are here to make your Dry January a little easier.


Mojito Water

Cucumber Mojito Water
There’s nothing like getting hydrated while tricking your mind into thinking you’re boozing on the beach.


Photo: Jennifer Davick

Photo: Jennifer Davick

Raspberry Lemonade Spritzer
Serve it in a champagne glass and you’ll barely know the difference.


Photo: Christopher Baker

Photo: Christopher Baker

Mint-Chocolate Chip Shake
If you can’t have a cocktail, drink your ice cream instead.


Photo: Jennifer Davick

Photo: Jennifer Davick

Hot Cider Nog
The quintessential sipper that will transport you back to the hazy mindset you maintained all holiday season.


Photo: Tina Cornett

Photo: Tina Cornett

Watermelon Aqua Fresca
So refreshing, and so tasty.



Florida Spritzer
Grapefruit + Cinnamon + Ginger Ale? YUM!



Hibiscus Tea Punch
With its elevated floral flavors and hint of sparkle, this will be your new go-to brunch drink.


Are you participating in Dry January? What are your favorite cocktail substitutes?

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