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Discover delicious January drink ideas

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Come the start of the year, many of us are feeling the effects of overindulging during the festive period. And lots of us actively choose to reduce our alcohol intake – or avoid it completely – at the start of the year. This might be a life-style choice or maybe taking part in charity a event such a Dry January.

Make it with milk | mouthwatering mocktails | energising juices

If you find yourself reaching for non-alcoholic options, we’ve got some great ideas that’ll be sure to tickle your tastebuds. Surprisingly – or unsurprisingly - 9 out of 10 people don’t make it to the end of Dry January. If you’re taking part, here are some fresh ways to keep you on the dry wagon until the end of the month…all while backing British farming at the same time!

AnchorMake it with milk!

Hot chocolate is a great comforting option for a cosy night in, guaranteed to put a smile on anyone’s face. Make yours with delicious British milk topped with a squirt of British cream for an indulgent warming winter drink.

AnchorMouthwatering mocktails

Lots of bars and restaurants are making an effort to offer exciting soft drinks. Why not check out whether your local pub does a tasty mocktail that you can try instead of your normal tipple?

Delicious British apple juice is a great foundation for lots of mocktail recipes. Why not try making this refreshing apple, elderflower and mint mocktail at home?

AnchorEnergising juices

Vegetable juices don’t need to be boring. This revitalising carrot, apple and ginger juice recipe can be ready in less than 10 mins and is packed full of vitamins and nutrients (and it might even help you see in the dark!)

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