What to Drink When You’re not Drinking: 10 of the Best Non-Alcoholic Beverages

non-alcoholic beverages

Non-alcoholic beverages that won’t look out of place on the dinner table or at the bar

Words Helen Brown

Whether you’re thinking about cutting the calories to feel better in your bikini this summer or are fed up of feeling hungover, going booze-free has never been less boring. Now there is a rainbow of brands offering alcohol-free beverages. They are more creative in flavour than the Friday night Pinot and come pretty much guilt-free. These are our favourite soft drinks for grownups; they really won’t look out of place at the bar.

Seedlip Non-Alcoholic Spirits

non alcoholic beverages

Not only are these spirits alcohol free, they also have minimal calories and zero sugar. They come in two tasty flavours and should be served with tonic.
£27.99; seedlipdrinks.com

Peter Spanton Mixers

non alcoholic beverages

Former restaurateur, Peter Spanton has created a range of mixers that are authentic and unique. The range is create and include flavours such as chocolate, lemongrass and cardamom.
£1.20; theginparlour.com

Ebony Vale Alcohol-Free Chardonnay

non alcoholic beverages

You won’t miss your weekend wine with this alcohol free variety. It’s been made from a de-alcoholised Chardonnay-based wine, where the flavours of fresh fruit are still very much present.
£2.99; waitrosecellar.com

Fever Tree Soft Drinks

non alcoholic beverages

If you’re after a refreshing drink, Fever-Tree has a good range of grown-up pop. Varieties include lemonades, bitter lemons and tonics. Fever Tree’s ginger ale is a particular favourite.
£1.69; ocado.com

Cawston Press Soft Drinks

non alcoholic beverages

Cawston Press soft drinks are inspired by the kitchen garden. They use the freshest ingredients and are only ever pressed, never from concentrate.
£0.99; waitrose.com

Mr. Fitzpatrick’s Vintage Cordial

non alcoholic beverages

Mr Fitzpatrick’s began life in Dublin, 1983 from Julia Fitzpatrick’s kitchen table. They are now stocked nation-wide with old-school favourites like dandelion and burdock and cream soda.
£3.99; mrfitzpatricks.com


non alcoholic beverages

Fentimans use the time-honoured botanical brewing technique to create their selection of quality non-alcoholic beverages and soft drinks. £4.29 for four; tesco.com

Luscombe Elderflower Bubbly

non alcoholic beverages

This wild ElderfLower bubbly is the perfect guilt-free celebration tipple. The delicate notes of elderflower are balanced against Sicilian lemon.
£3.35; riverford.co.uk

Bittermilk Mixers

non alcoholic beverages

Bittermilk cocktail mixers are designed for the modern day cocktail enthusiast, to help mix up unique, quality cocktails.
Available in select Marks & Spencer stores; bittermilk.com

Norfolk Cordial non alcoholic beverages

Lovingly made in Norfolk, this redcurrant and grapefruit cordial packs a flavour punch. It’s smooth on the palate; heavy with the richness of red berries and a pleasing fusion with grapefruit.
£4.50; goodlifehomebrew.com

Shloer Celebration Pink Fizz

non alcoholic beverages

This is a fresh and fruity fizz combining the vibrant flavours of red and white grape juices. It’s an extra sparkling soft drink that is perfect for any celebration.
£3.00; tesco.com

Belvoir Organic Elderflower Presse

non alcoholic beverages

This is made with freshly picked organic elderflowers from Belvoir’s orchards, fresh organic lemon juice and water. It tastes delicate, scented and is very refreshing.
£2.79; ocado.com

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