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These Alcohol Free Drinks Are Perfect For Those Attempting Dry January

If you are trying to banish the booze this January there is now no shortage of delicious alcohol free alternatives for you to enjoy this January that can easily fill the void left by your usual drink of choice.

Whether you are trying to reduce the amount of alcohol you drink, embrace a healthier lifestyle or just want to kick your drinking habit all together, just about everyone is trying to attempt dry January.

Thankfully there are now plenty of alcohol free alternatives to help you through the long January days.

We have found some of the best alternatives to your favourite spirits, wine and beer which we think you will love sipping, even beyond the 1st of February.

Nosecco Alcohol Free

Processo lovers will be struggling during dry January, the bubbly night out kickstarter is a staple tipple for almost everyone. Thankfully there is now a non-alcohol alternative, Nosecco, that tastes exactly like the real thing.

With a similar pale golden colour and light fizz, and it’s usual will slightly sweet, taste, just like prosecco, Nosecco is here for you.

£3, Asda


Ceder’s Classic Non-Alcoholic Gin

Distilled exactly like gin, Ceders non-alcoholic gin focuses on everything gin lovers go crazy for – just without the alcohol.

Focusing on the usual juniper and coriander tasting notes, Ceders classic adds rose-geranium botanicals to create a stunning taste. Served with Mediterranean tonic and dry January will be a breeze.

£19.95, The Whiskey Exchange


SEEDLIP SPICE 94

Grove 42 is the third flavour in the alcohol free range from Seedlip.  One of the UK’s leading purveyors of non-alcoholic spirits, Seedlip has crafted Grove 42 from a blend of Mediterranean juicy oranges, zingy lemon peel, ginger, lemongrass and Sansho peppercorn.

£22.50, House of Malt


Heineken 0.0%

For beer lovers there are plenty of non-alcoholic options but the cream of the crop is Heineken’s latest offering 0.0%.

Created with a recipe defined by refreshing fruity notes and soft malty body, you will never know you are enjoying alcohol free beer.

£3.50 for 4 bottles, Tesco


Torres Natureo Rosé

Everyone loves a Rose, with its sweet and light taste, so dry January can be tough finding an adequate replacement. Enter Torres with Natureo Rose alcohol free.

Made from Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, the Natureo undergoes a similar fermentation and maceration process to alcoholic wine. At the final stage of the winemaking process the alcohol is carefully removed, to preserve its full aroma and flavour.

£5.99, Waitrose


Leitz Eins Zwei Zero Riesling

With its fresh flavours, hints of citrus and yellow stone fruits, riesling lovers will not be able to tell the difference between this Leitz Eins Zwei zero alcohol bottle and their typical vintage.

Leitx Einz Zwei removes the alcohol and retains the natural and fruity Riesling aromas through gentle vacuum distillation.

Well suited to a range of dishes including seafood and fish, as well as being an excellent party wine or apéritif.

£6.99, Waitrose

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