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10 non-alcoholic drinks that will get you through Dry July

Just because you're saying no to alcohol this month doesn't mean you have to miss out on the delight of cocktail-making and drinking! Try one of our favourite mocktail recipes and enjoy a night of non-alcoholic goodness.

By Harriet Keown
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    Mulled “wine” mocktail

    Indulge alcohol-free with the delicious taste of this mulled “wine” mocktail.

    Australian Women's Weekly|

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    Faux-jito

    If you’re a fan of mojito cocktails (who isn’t?), then you’re sure to enjoy this alcohol-free version. You may find you don’t miss the rum after all!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|

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    Ginger zinger

    Ginger and mint are a classic combo. Pair them with honey and soda water for a sensational drink.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|

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    Garden booch

    If you like kombucha, you will love this tasty non-alcoholic concoction.

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    Orchard cooler

    The orange marmalade adds a burst of bitter-sweetness in this fruity beverage that can be enjoyed with friends at any time of the day!

    New Zealand Taste|

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    Spiced apple syrup sipper

    For those feeling adventurous, here’s a mocktail recipe that will fill your family home with the traditional Christmas smell of cinnamon.

    New Zealand Taste|

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    El diablo

    This delightful mocktail can be enjoyed as a punch for dinner parties, or at a family BBQ on the beach – simply increase the quantities and taste before serving.

    New Zealand Taste|

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    Ruby red grapefruit mocktail

    Sip on a glass of non-alcoholic goodness thanks to this refreshing mocktail recipe, which is a tasty combination of grenadine, grapefruit juice, lime juice and soda water.

    Real Living|

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    Lucky Taco hibiscus cooler

    The Lucky Taco shares the recipe for their refreshing hibiscus cooler. It’s tangy, sweet and sour and tastes somewhere between pomegranate and cranberry juice. It’s a perfect complement to a spicy, hot taco

    New Zealand Taste|