Looking for mocktails for Dry January? With Christmas and NYE over for another year, some of us have jumped on the wagon with both feet! But what if you’re fed up of squash? Bored of water?

These mocktails for Dry January will ensure you stay on the wagon until February. Or maybe even longer…!

Doing Dry January? You Need These Mocktails in Your Life!

We love these fruity concoctions.

Not only are they alcohol free — so perfect mocktails for Dry January — but they’re also packed with fruity goodness, so go towards your 5 a day!

Fruity Mocktails

Raspberry Toast

Serves 1


8 raspberries

30ml white peach puree

20ml raspberry syrup

60ml pressed apple juice

Ginger Beer

Lime to garnish

To Make:

Build over crushed ice in a sling glass, stir, top with ginger beer.

Garnish with a lime wedge and a raspberry.

Summer Berry Sling

Serves 1


4-6 strawberries

10ml ginger syrup

10ml fresh lemon juice

60ml cranberry juice

60ml pressed apple juice

Lemon to garnish

To Make:
Muddle the strawberries in a shaker, then add the elderflower cordial, ginger syrup, fresh lemon juice, cranberry juice
and pressed apple juice.

Shake hard and strain
over cubed ice in a hi-ball glass.

Garnish with a sliced lemon and strawberry.

Blackberry and Apple Fizz

Serves 1


6 blackberries 

6-8 mint leaves 

80ml pressed apple juice 

10ml lime juice 

12.5ml sugar syrup 

Dash elderflower cordial 

Mint leaves to garnish 

To Make:

Shake all of the ingredients in a cocktail shaker then double strain over crushed ice into a sling glass. 

Garnish with a mint sprig.

Shirley Temple

Serves 1


1 handful premium ice

1/4 measure grenadine

1/4 measure lemon juice

Ginger ale to top up

To Make:

Fill a glass with ice and
pour in the grenadine and lemon juice.

Top up with ginger ale and serve!

Blackberry Limeade

Serves 6


6 handfuls party ice

6 cups of still water

4 handfuls blackberries

3/4 measure sugar syrup

1 measure lime juice

Lime to garnish

To Make:

Add 1 cup of water and all the blackberries to a blend and blend for 30 seconds.

Once smooth, sieve into a large pitcher discarding the seeds.

Add the remaining water, party ice, lime juice and sugar syrup to a pitcher and stir.

Once the sugar syrup has dissolved, add a lime slice to each glass and serve!

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