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Maple Beet Shrub


The beautiful thing about shrubs is that there are only two rules: something sweet and something acidic. And although the beets maybe seem like an odd or unnecessary addition, they actually keep the sweetness in check with a welcome earthiness.

Suey’s Sangrita

Non alcoholic , Non-Alcoholic

Julie Reiner sees the value in drinking tequila straight. If you want to have your cake and eat it too, pair your bottle with her recipe for Sangrita, a tomato-based citrus concoction that can be enjoyed on the side.

The Waiting Room


For the cocktail lover on hiatus, The Waiting Room offers a sophisticated mocktail inspired by the soda fountain. Pineapple gomme syrup delivers a silky mouthfeel similar to that of booze, and acid phosphate provides all the acidic punch of citrus with none of the sugar.

Brillig Rosemary-Pomegranate Soda

Non alcoholic , Non-Alcoholic

Swap that tired vodka-cranberry combo for a refreshing glass of this fizzy pomegranate mocktail instead.

Black Magic

Non alcoholic , Non-Alcoholic

The hangover-smashing Black Magic cocktail combines beet juice with activated charcoal—the latest detox trend that claims to help dispel unwanted toxins. Don't be turned off by the jet-black hue, the charcoal itself is tasteless.

Gin-Free & Tonic

Non alcoholic , Non-Alcoholic

Swearing off the sauce for a while? This surprising mocktail mimics the herbal quality of a Gin & Tonic minus the booze, with help from a simple syrup made with juniper berries, lemon peel and loose black tea.

Simple Syrup


Learn how to make this easy syrup for all your cocktailing needs.

Peppermint Tea Syrup


This easy-to-make peppermint syrup is a versatile base for spring entertaining.

Shirley Temple

Classics Non-Alcoholic

Kids and teetotalers alike love the non-alcoholic Shirley Temple cocktail. Believe to have been originated in 1930s Hollywood, the name comes from the iconic former child star. These days, it's a staple cocktails for children. Not into the sober life? Just add vodka or rum to booze up this classic.

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