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Mouthwatering mocktails to take pleasure in in Leicester bars throughout dry January

Mouthwatering mocktails to enjoy in Leicester bars during dry January

The primary few weeks of the yr typically sees many individuals participating in Dry January – a month freed from alcohol.

That does not imply you must miss out on having a scrumptious drink, although. There’s loads of locations providing glorious alcohol-free drinks, together with some fancy mocktails!

And, given the robust time hospitality companies have had of late, we wish to proceed to assist them.

So, when you’re heading into city, why not give one among these mouthwatering mocktails a attempt….

No-jito, 33 Cank Avenue, St Martin’s Sq.



The No-jito at 33 Cank Avenue

In case you’re a fan of the basic Mojito, then deal with your self to this beautiful little quantity at 33 Cank Avenue.

Considered one of 4 non-alcoholic cocktails on the menu, the No-jito (£7) is made with Lyre’s white cane alcohol-free ‘rum’, lime, mint and sugar.

Amarett-No Bitter – Brick and Beam, Queen Avenue



Amarett-No Sour at Brick and Beam
Amarett-No Bitter at Brick and Beam

Take pleasure in this non-alcoholic twist on a 70’s basic with flavours which can be distinct and up to date.

Amaretto-No Bitter (£6.50) contains nutty amaretto (non-alcoholic) liqueur with lemon, gomme syrup and a cherry on high.

Elderflower Bramble – Knight and Garter, Resort Avenue



Mocktails at Knight and Garter, including the elderflower bramble, front
Mocktails at Knight and Garter, together with the elderflower bramble, entrance

Among the many collection of mocktails on the Knight and Garter is the Elderflower Bramble (£4.95) – on the entrance of the image.

It is made with Lyres London Dry 0% Spirit, elderflower, pressed apple, contemporary lemon and grenadine.

Different selections, which you’ll be able to see within the image, embody gin and ginger, apple and pear martini, pink grapefruit fizz.

Apple and Chamomile – Audrey, St Nicholas Place



Apple and chamomile mocktail at Audrey
Apple and chamomile mocktail at Audrey

Made with selfmade apple and chamomile syrup plus citrus and pink lemonade, this drink (£5) is described as being splendidly gentle with the soothing qualities of chamomile and only a contact of tanginess.

Mango and Ardour Fruit Dawn – &KITH, Granby Avenue



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&KITH has a dry bar, serving a variety of non-alcoholic drinks equivalent to Mango and Ardour Fruit Dawn, within the centre of the picture (£6.50).

Additionally pictured are the watermelon mojito and and blue Hawaiian.

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