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Drink Mindfully With

No- and Low-Alcohol Cocktails

Welcome, mindful drinkers! Here is a selection of carefully crafted non-alcoholic cocktail recipes (each with instructions for making them low alcohol). Use the filters below to narrow your search, or the magnifying glass button above to find something specific.

Note: we do not receive commissions and are not affiliated with any of the brands mentioned in these recipes. We just love tasty drinks.

Recipes

Hemingway Daiquiri
Tart, bitter flavors are supported by the oak and sugar cane kiss of non-alc white rum in this classic.
Southside
This refreshing, classic cocktail features gin, lemon, mint, and our Orange bitters.
Sazerac
Make it a Mardi Gras to remember with this classic non-alcoholic Sazerac.
Hibiscus Sour
Hibiscus tea, grapefruit juice, lime, and New Orleans bitters take sour to the next level.
Champagne Cocktail
Simplicity itself—bitters, sugar, and sparkling wine define this festive classic cocktail.
Maple Old Fashioned
The grandaddy of classic, mindful cocktails. Maple syrup and Aromatic bitters for the win.
House Red
This cocktail made with black tea and red verjus is a satisfying alternative to red wine.
Bitters and Beer
We use bitters to season cocktails, so why not beer, too?! Trust us, it's shockingly good.
Bitters and Soda
Feels fancy but is so refreshing and easy to make. The quintessential bitters drink!
Apple Cidecar
This reimagining of the classic Sidecar features unfiltered apple juice and vinegar.
Ghiagroni
Juicy, fresh, and bitter, this Negroni variation features the Mediterranean-inspired Ghia Aperitivo.
Old Cuban
The Old Cuban combines dark rum, mint, and sparkling wine for a delightful mojito variation.
Planter's Punch
This strong, yet refreshing, non-alcoholic rum punch is perfect for sipping outdoors on a warm day.
Arsenic & Old Lace
Basically a fancy martini, A&OL is a wonderfully crisp, floral, and botanical cocktail.
Death in the Afternoon
This classic absinthe cocktail, invented by Ernest Hemingway, features sparkling wine.
Garden Negroni
Lighter than a standard Negroni, this non-alcoholic variation employs Seedlip Garden.
Cornish Negroni
This booze-free Negroni variation is herbal, bittersweet, tangy, briny, and deeply savory.
Garden Mojito
This grassy, herbal spin on a Mojito will leave you feeling like spring has sprung.
Penicillin
A popular scotch sour, we use lapsang souchong tea to recreate the modern Penicillin.
Caipirinha
Closely related to the Daiquiri, the Caipirinha is Brazil's national cocktail.
Paper Plane
We use Ghia to recreate the modern Paper Plane cocktail, and the result is fantastic.