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Zero Proof: Rosewater and Lychee Mocktail

Serious Eats Christianne Winthrop 2 comments

In small amounts, rosewater lends a subtle floral note to beverages. Rose goes particularly well with fruit, which is why we've paired it with lychee in this alcohol-free tipple. The lychee syrup is sweet, the lemon tart, and the rosewater fragrant, making for a drink that's both exotic and strangely familiar. More

Zero Proof: Cucumber Basil 'Gimlet'

Serious Eats Christianne Winthrop 4 comments

Rather than find new, single friends and endure another rash of weddings, I decided it best to develop a drink for us all. This faux gimlet's cucumber and basil flavor is refreshing and unexpected. Make the base in a pitcher for brunch. More

Zero Proof: Mulled Pomegranate 'Wine'

Serious Eats Christianne Winthrop 2 comments

There are still weeks of chilly temperatures and rain in the forecast, and a warm drink would sure hit the spot. This alcohol-free concoction has all the soothing spicy flavor without the fuzzy morning after, making it a perfect drink for weeknight sipping by the fire. More

Cocktail Party Tips: Non-Alcoholic Drinks

Drinks Michael Dietsch 7 comments

Not everyone at your party will be drinking alcohol, even if it's a kids-free event. Providing booze-free drinks for your guests is just good hosting. One fun way to impress your guests is with house-made sodas. More

Homemade Ginger-Cardamom Soda With Lime

Serious Eats Michael Dietsch 1 comment

Although this recipe for Ginger Soda makes a fine quaff, I'd like to urge you to think of it as a template for creating other non-alcoholic drinks for party guests. The basic idea is simple: you create a flavored syrup,... More

Serious Cocktails: Drinking Without Drinking

Drinks Paul Clarke 9 comments

And when preparing a drink menu for parties, I'd feel like a schmuck if I overlooked the non-drinkers or the designated drivers in the crowd, assuming they'd be fine with a glass of soda while I'm working up a sweat making harder drinks for everyone else. These books should provide a lot of fresh fodder for alcohol-free drinks; so can you. More

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