If your New Year’s resolution included less (or no) alcohol, or you simply need a break from the booze, these Valley mocktails will do the trick.
This beautiful drink derives its bright blue color from the superfood spirulina, which is packed with antioxidants and supports a healthy inflammatory response. It also packs ten times the Vitamin A concentration of carrots for healthy eyesight looking into 2020. The mocktail is mixed with hydrating coconut water and aloe vera with a touch of Stevia for healthy sweetness.
Blue Clover Distillery’s Desert Smash (pictured) refreshing mocktail is crafted with POM Wonderful pomegranate juice, lots of fresh citrus, cranberry and pineapple juice with an orange garnish.
As home to the state’s largest Bloody Mary bar, it only makes sense for brunch favorite Hash Kitchen to offer an alcohol-free version of the beloved Bloody Mary. This build-your-own Bloody Mary might not have any vodka, but you can top your creation with more than 70 topping options — from the classic like celery or bacon to the more outrageous like corn dogs and mozzarella sticks.
This warm, spicy mocktail features Mediterranean fig jam, blood orange juice and a non-alcoholic Seedlip Spice 94 spirit shaken over ice and garnished with pink peppercorn blossoms.
The award-winning cocktail program at modern taqueria CRUjiente Tacos has healthy mocktails for Dry January including Swipe Right. With its playful reference on a dating app, this saucy, vibrant drink uses the botanical flavor of elderflower and the tartness and sweetness comes from tropical passion fruit, muddled antioxidant-rich strawberries and Vitamin C-centric lemon.
Sushi Roku has just unveiled a tasty new mocktail menu of three creations including Zen Garden, a refreshing mix of cucumber, mint, lemon, lime, pineapple juice and Organics by Red Bull; Coco Loco, made with coconut water, coconut syrup, lime and pineapple juice; and Lost In Paradise, made with serrano jalapenos, Orgeat, lemon, pineapple, passion fruit and Organics by Red Bull Ginger.