We commend everyone going through dry January right now. And we’re here to help. But our version is more on the Cali sober side. You don’t expect us to give up cannabis for a whole month, do you? Below we’ve come up with some mocktails that are meant to make going alcohol-free feel easy.
Mocktails these days are getting more and more intricate. That’s great for those seeking flavor during sobriety. The drawback, however, is that many of these multifaceted mocktails now draw on ingredients like “zero-proof spirits.” Unless you plan on going Cali sober for good (amazing!), you probably don’t want to invest in too many bottles of alcohol-free alcohol. So let’s keep things simple, shall we? Below are two delicious mocktails that utilize infusions we already have in our fridge from our chronic cocktails.
Cucumber and Chronic Mule
- 4-5 slices of cucumber
- 1 oz canna honey
- 1 oz lime juice
- Ginger beer, to top
- Garnish: lime wedge
- Muddle the cucumber and honey together in a cocktail shaker.
- Add in the lime juice and top with ice.
- Shake vigorously. Strain into a copper mug.
- Top with ginger beer and garnish with a lime wedge.
Mary Jane Mojito
- 6-8 sprigs of fresh mint
- 2 oz cannabis simple syrup
- 1 ½ oz lime juice
- Club sloda, to top
- Garnish: lime wedge, sprig of mint
- Add the mint and cannabis simple syrup to a Collins glass. Gently muddle them together.
- Add the lime juice and stir to incorporate.
- Add ice and top with club soda.
- Garnish with a mint sprig and a wedge of lime.
Low Proof, High Spirits
While you will technically be muddling your way through dry January, these fresh mocktails will make you feel invigorated and the fusions will keep your spirits high, literally. And, if you don’t mind a whisper of alcohol during your Cali sober period, our GMO tincture and cannabitters open up a whole new world of mocktail possibilities. The world is your mixing glass.
Image via The Manual.
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