4 Tasty non-alcoholic mocktails to kick off dry January

Four delicious and easy non-alcoholic mocktails you will love.

What is dry January?

Dry January is the practice and commitment to go alcohol-free throughout the month. Going dry in January can have multiple health benefits, including lower blood pressure, reduced diabetes risk, lower cholesterol and can help reduce alcohol-related symptoms like anxiety or low mood.

Taking part in dry January can also help introduce healthier habits; you might even discover a love for alcoholic beverages.

Join in with dry January this month; here are some non-alcoholic mocktail recipes for you to try this January.

Peach sunrise non-alcoholic mocktail

Sparkling Peach Sunrise:

A peachy twist on the classic virgin sunrise, this non-alcoholic Mocktail swaps the typical orange juice for peach juice.

Prep 3 mins Serves 1


  • 120ml Radler Non alco with peach juice
  • 70 – 120ml Lemon-Lime Soda
  • 1 1/2 Tbs grenadine


  1. Pour peach juice over ice into a highball or old-fashioned glass.
  2. Fill with soda.
  3. Slowly pour the grenadine into the drink. It will sink to the bottom and then gradually rise, creating a sunrise effect.
  4. And enjoy!

Sparkling Grapefruit Mocktail:

A non-alcoholic version of the Paloma cocktail.

Prep 5 mins Serves 1 (8-ounce glass)


  • 30ml Strong green tea
  • 150ml Lite non-alcoholic grapefruit drink
  • 30ml Lime juice
  • 15 – 30ml Maple syrup
Sparkling grapefruit non-alcoholic cocktail


  1. Brew green tea, allow it to cool and store for later.
  2. Combine the green tea, grapefruit drink, lime juice and maple syrup in the bottom on an 8 ounce (or desired glass).Taste and add more maple syrup to your liking.
  3. Add in some ice cubes, and then garnish with slices of lime or grapefruit.
  4. Enjoy!

Non-alcoholic Raspberry spritz mocktail:

A refreshing and minty non-alcoholic raspberry spritz.

Prep 5 mins Serves 1


  • 120ml Radler Non-alco with raspberry juice
  • A handful of mint leaves
  • A handful of fresh raspberries
  • 30ml Lime juice


  1. Add the mint and raspberries into your serving glass and slightly muddle (gently mash).
  2. Add a few ice cubes.
  3. Pour lime juice and non-alcoholic raspberry juice to fill the glass.
  4. Garnish with mint leaves or raspberries.
  5. And enjoy!

Shirley Temple Mocktail:

A non-alcoholic version of the classic Paloma cocktail.

Prep 5 mins Serves 1 (8-ounce glass)


  • 140ml Lite non-alcoholic cherry drink
  • 100ml ginger ale
  • 1tbs grenadine
  • 1tbs fresh lime juice
  • Maraschino cherries for garnishing


  1. Add ice to a tall glass and the Lite cherry drink and ginger ale.
  2. Pour in the grenadine and lime juice, then stir.
  3. Top it off with a maraschino cherry to garnish.

Kick of dry January

Head down to a Lituanica store near you, and stock up on all the ingredients you need for these delicious non-alcoholic mocktails.

Looking for more tasty recipes?

Take a look at our cookbook page and find a recipe you love.

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