Best non-alcoholic spirits: zero alcohol gin, rum and vodka for delicious Dry January drinks, and how to serve

Non-alcoholic spirits you can use to make delicious drinks during Dry JanuaryNon-alcoholic spirits you can use to make delicious drinks during Dry January
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There are now plenty of fantastic non-alcoholic spirits available - including non-alcoholic gin, rum and vodka

Whether you are taking part in Dry January and want to cut out alcohol entirely, want to decrease your alcohol intake following an indulgent Christmas, or don’t drink and want something other than Coke to drink, there are some brilliant choices out there.

Many fantastic non-alcoholic options have emerged in the last few years, with many distilleries have taken to creating their own versions of some of of favourite tipples with all of the flavour and non of the alcohol.

We’ve rounded up six of the best non-alcoholic spirits out there, which be drank on their own, added to a simple mixer or used as the base of a more complex cocktail.

Alongside each of the bottles below you’ll also find a handy serving suggestion - so you can quickly be enjoying a tasty drink; one that’s so good you won’t even notice there’s no alcohol.

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Tesco

A tasty alternative to gin, this non-alcoholic spirit contains crisp juniper, balanced with botanicals.

It’s lovely when mixed with tonic, lemon and mint - providing a freshing alternative to a classic gin and tonic.

Morrisons

This is a non-alcoholic take on spiced Caribbean rum. It features warming spice, golden caramel and cayenne pepper.

To make a flavour-filled rum punch with none of the alcoholic - and less calories - add orange juice, lime juice, sugar syrup, grenadine syrup, Angostura bitters and nutmeg.

Ocado

Made to mimic the classic taste of vodka, this drink combines the warming spice of capsicum with the cooling notes of cucumber and menthol.

Add to any mixer of your choice, be it lemonade, cranberry juice, pineapple juice or coke.

The Whisky Exchange

This pretty pink non-alcoholic spirit from is made with natural botanicals including juniper, rose and hibiscus, creating a delicate, floral palate that makes for a beautiful fragrant drink.

Pair with a plain soda for a classic drink, or for an rich and fruity flavour to cut through the floral flavours you can also try an Italian blood orange soda.

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Master of Malt

This is a nutty, bitter which has the tangy profile of the classic liqueur, but with none of the alcoholic content.

You can enjoy it neat, or as part of an amaretto sour, which simply requires the addition of lemons, egg white and small jar of cherries in syrup.

The Bottle Club

This premium non-alcoholic spirit combines a range of spices, zests and flowers make sure this spice and citrus based drink packs a real punch even though there’s no alcohol.

To make a great tasting mocktail with this, simply add some lemon juice, alcohol free wine, and a sweet syrup.

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