Ditch the Drink! 6 Alcohol-Free Tipples to Try

The times they are a-changin’ and moderation is no longer a dirty word. Whether you’re the one in charge of the car keys or just fancy an abstemious night out, here’s the answer to what to drink when you’re not drinking. Katie Sayers, Foodmarket manager at Harvey Nichols, reveals the most palatable alcohol-free tipples.

Harvey Nichols alcohol-free Sparkling Chardonnay, £10: Made from the juice of Chardonnay grapes, there are aromas of passion fruit and sweet mango which are complemented on the palate with ripe papaya and guava flavours. It finishes with a crisp, dry note of fresh lime.

Monte Rosso alcohol-free Aperitivo, £2: This bittersweet, crisply refreshing alcohol-free drink is inspired by the classic Italian Aperitivos and crafted using spring water, wild mountain berries, summer fruits, fragrant botanicals and zesty citrus. Serve in a glass filled with ice and a slice of orange.

Borrago 47 Paloma Blend non-alcoholic spirit, £22.50: This sophisticated alcohol-free, gluten-free, allergen-free and vegan-friendly botanical spirit is created using a secret blend of six herbs and spices, each individually steam distilled.

Lucky Saint unfiltered alcohol-free lager, £2.50: Made from the highest quality Pilsner malt, fresh Hallertau hops and Bavarian water, this vegan-friendly beer is carefully distilled to remove the alcohol using a patented vacuum distillation process to ensure its  full and distinctive flavour.

Three Spirit Social Elixir alcohol-free botanical spirit, £27: This small-batch botanical alchemy of plant-based ingredients can be sipped on the rocks, topped with soda or tonic, or mixed into an alcohol-free Sour or Espresso Martini. The perfect drink for a healthy night.

Seedlip Grove 42 alcohol-free spirit, £28.95: The third drink from the brand, Grove 42 is a zest and citrusy blend of oranges, lemon, ginger and lemongrass. It’s crafted in a similar manner to a gin, just without the alcohol – and no added sugar or sweeteners.

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