5 Festive Alcohol-Free Drinks For All Your Holiday Parties

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Who says mocktails can’t bring holiday cheer?

Wrap your hands around these non-alcoholic beauties filled with cider, ginger and cranberries and you won’t look back. Did we mention there’s Butterbeer involved?

1. Cranberry-Apple Cider Punch

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Roll out the red carpet for this fizzy, festive glass of apple cider, cranberry juice and ginger ale, garnished with an apple slice and sprig of rosemary. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better looking mocktail this season. Get the recipe.

2. Cold Cure Mocktail

Make your mocktail do double duty. This boozeless dreamboat is both refreshing and restorative, thanks to a homemade honey-ginger syrup. Stir that syrup into ginger ale with a bit of lemon juice and bitters, and toast to your good health. Get the recipe.

3. Sparkling Asian Pear and Mint Iced Tea

Think black tea, Asian pears and fresh mint makes for an unlikely trio? This tall amber draught would like to disagree. Black tea adds body to a blend of Asian pear puree, simple syrup and muddled mint, while sparkling water delivers a welcome infusion of bubbles. Get the recipe.

4. Emerald Palmers

Are you swept up in matcha mania? Stay on trend throughout the holidays by swirling the magical green tea powder into colorful mocktails. Keep the emerald thread going by tossing cucumbers and mint leaves into the mix, along with fresh lemon juice to balance the tartness. Get the recipe.

5. Butterbeer  

Harry Potter fans will flip for this real-life version of the wizarding world’s famous beverage. Best of all? It’s blissfully booze-free—yet completely decadent. Brown sugar, butter, cream soda and heavy cream create magic indeed. Get the recipe.

 

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