Have you given up on Dry January yet?
Dry January might not be for everyone and if you're partaking in nightly red wine with dinner, more power to you.
But more recently it has traditionally become a time when individuals with various drinking habits experiment with the process of not ingesting alcohol and allowing their bodies to be alcohol-free for a period of time
Dry January started in 2014, after it was created by the charity Alcohol Change UK. They reported that it began with only 4,000 participants, but that expanded to four million by 2018. So chances are you've either done it yourself, or know someone who has.
So for those still attempting a hangover-free month, who still require the taste of an adult-drink on their tongues, here are 4 suggestions that abstinence doesn’t have to equal a sparkling water with lime and just because you’re going sober - either permanently or temporarily - you shouldn't have to deny yourself. Instead, embrace the latest swathe of alcohol-free spirits that are lining supermarket shelves and cocktail cabinets and enjoy a clear head in the morning.
Seedlip Spice: 50ml
Ginger Ale: 125ml
Glass and Garnish
Garnish w/ Orange Full Moon
Build over ice