Little Saints is a plant-based mocktail brand that’s also sugar-free and comes in various flavors: Ginger Mule, Spicy Margarita, Paloma, and Mimosa. They also just launched a Negroni Spritz with hemp-derived CBD and reishi, which will help you relax and focus.
If you’re craving a cosmo, mojito, or Moscow mule, among other traditional drinks — but without the alcohol — check out Mingle Mocktails. They’re available in both cans and “wine” bottles, and if you can’t choose, you can start with the Variety Pack.
Founder Lorin Winata was inspired to create Melati, a botanical apéritif, after visiting her ancestral farmland in Bali. The Melati Classic is fruity, floral, and spicy, with a bit of bitterness, yet also a touch of sweetness.
Apothékary just launched a white wine alternative tincture, Take the Edge Off, its new (and first) herbal tincture. It’s alcohol- and sugar-free — and full of potent botanicals that help alleviate stress and tension, and help support sleep. So if you’re craving a “drink,” look no further.
The Zero Proof sells a great variety of, yep, zero-proof beverages, from “wine” to “spirits” to “gin.” Its Holiday Spirit Collection is a great starter kit to try out a few of the brand’s seasonal, non-alcoholic spirits, which includes RumISH and a cinnamon, non-alcoholic Bourbon.
Whether you’re craving Botanical Bubbly, Bitters, or Soda, the elevated non-alcoholic drinks from DRY Soda Co. are sure to quench your thirst. Plus, they are made with all-natural ingredients and contain very little sugar. The DRY Botanical Bubbly Can Variety Pack is a great place to begin.
If you’re looking for a non-alcoholic apéritif to drink before dinner, try out De Soi. Fun fact: Katy Perry is a co-founder. She and the brand’s second founder, Morgan McLachlan, were both pregnant and looking for an alcohol alternative — so they created one!
These beautifully bottled botanical spirits by OPTIMIST Botanicals are ideal for making mixed “drinks” and zero-proof cocktails. Aside from no alcohol, they also don’t have any additives or sugar. The 3-pack gives you a good sampling, and you can always gift one or two bottles to a friend!
Another non-alcoholic apéritif comes from Ghia, a company that makes both Le Spritz (in can form), as well as OG Bitter in a classy-looking bottle. The First Sip Kit is great if you’re a first-timer to the brand.