Top Dry January Cocktails from Seedlip

Top Dry January Cocktails from Seedlip

January 03, 2020

Christmas and New Year can often take their toll on us, as it seems like every day in December is a Friday. So consequently many of us turn to Dry January in the hope of repenting for our festive sins. We teamed up with our favourite Non-Alcoholic spirit, Seedlip, to share with you the top 3 cocktails you should be drinking this month:

1. NOgroni

If your go-to is a Negroni, then naturally this is the non-alcoholic alternative.

In our Diamond Mixing Glass mix 25ml Seedlip Spice 94, 25ml Aecorn Bitter and 25ml Aecorn Aromatic, before pouring into our Diamond Small Decanter for one serving. Fill your stemless wine Glass (we use our Jancis Robinson stemless glass) to the brim with ice, and garnish with an orange peel before serving from your small decanter. We challenge you to taste test the difference with a Negroni!

2. Minosa

Bottomless brunch on the cards and don't want to miss out? Here's the perfect recipe for a non-alcoholic Mimosa.

In your Fluted Coupe, add 50ml of Seedlip Grove, add 25ml of Clementine Juice and top with Cold Soda for the perfect fresh fizz. We like it fancy with an edible flower on top.

3. Garden & Elderflower Tonic

When we're not drinking a G&T we're drinking a G&E. 

Made from handpicked garden peas and homegrown hay from founder Ben Branson's farm, Seedlip Garden 108 is the epitome of the English countryside. Mix it like you would your perfect Gin and Tonic, but make sure your tonic is the Elderflower kind. We personally like Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic. For extra freshness, garnish with a cucumber ribbon. 



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