Discover the three mocktail brands we’re low-key obsessed with right now.
– KEYS SOULCARE
If you’re looking for a guilt-free way to celebrate the start of a new year, Zoom-hosted happy hours, or any kind of celebration, we’re sharing our favorite mocktail brands here. We’ve rounded up some delicious options that are not only cheers-worthy, but also bring some pretty brilliant benefits to our moments of celebration. We’ll drink to that!
Thanks to the UK-based Seedlip, the novice bartender can turn into a pro with just one stir. Inspired by the process physicians use to create herbal remedies as well as his family’s farming roots, founder Ben Branson created a bespoke distillation process to let each of Seedlip’s ingredients shine through. The result is a stand-out sipping experience. Drinkers have three signature flavors to choose from: a citrus-forward Grove 42, an earthy blend Garden 108, and Spice 94, which features grapefruit, lemon, and a bitter finish. Simply add tonic or venture into craft cocktail territory with one of their own cleverly named recipes, like the “Minosa” or “Nogroni.”
2. Ritual Zero Proof
Want to get into the mocktail game, but really like the taste of alcohol? That’s where Ritual Zero Proof comes in, which was designed to mimic the taste of your favorite alcohol — minus the nasty hangover afterward. The Chicago-based brand obsessively tested and manipulated key ingredients like agave, vanilla, and pine to add another cheers-worthy alternative to your bar cart. The result? Alcohol-free gin, whiskey, and tequila that taste just like the real deal.
3. Kin Euphorics
Looking for the perfect beverage for your next Zoom call? Keep the party vibes alive with Kin Euphorics, which was inspired by the ritual of gathering and community. Not only are these mocktails incredibly tasty, but they’re also packed with adaptogens and nootropics, which can decrease stress, improve memory, and bolster creativity. You can get fully festive with flavors like the Kin Spritz, a best-selling blend with hints of citrus and ginger, and the floral-forward High Rhode without ever having to worry about being overserved.
Which mocktail will you be serving this season?