Non-alcoholic drinks to savour all weekend
Just as the inviting days of summer slowly fades and the cool winter months close in, we come together with family and friends to celebrate Easter. And as that special holiday choc-full of food and festivities nears, you might want to start thinking about what’s on your Easter drinks menu.
Whether you’re hosting the celebrations with brunch or a barbecue and an egg hunt, or you’re taking something to share at a family gathering, you’ll want something tasty, fun and non-alcoholic to sip on. With so many delicious and creative options available, there’s no need to worry about finding a drink that meets your unique palate and ingredient standards.
Below we’ve put together our top suggestions for non-alcoholic Easter drinks to keep you in good spirits all weekend.
Day 1: Good Friday
Kick off the Easter weekend with a refreshing non-alcoholic cocktail,
Try Seedlip Garden 108, a non-alcoholic spirit that celebrates the beauty of the English countryside. This exquisite blend features a delicate floral infusion of fresh peas and hay, perfectly balanced with traditional garden herb distillates.
Mix it with cucumber, mint and herbs in a savoury style cocktail that offers a rich and complex flavour.
Or for something a little more exotic Ovant Royal which synchronizes the sweet notes of rum with the smoky kick of whisky,this rum-alternative subverts the traditional dark spirit with a surprising brightness and aroma. Enjoy on its own or with cinnamon and bitters for a cocktail full of depth and complexity.
Looking to make something a little more simpler? Opt for the Four Pillars
Bandwagon Dry Perfect for those who love something fresh and citrusy, this alcohol-free, dry gin boasts just the right amount of zest and tang to tickle your tastebuds. Excellent mixed with ETCH sparkling drinks which are delicately infused Australian botanicals and herbs. ETCH mixers not only taste sublime, but they’re a versatile ingredient – great to have on hand to elevate cocktail recipes and for kids to enjoy, too.
Day 2: Holy Saturday
For the second day of the Easter weekend, why not indulge in a creamy and
decadent espresso martini? Make with Lyre's Coffee Originale and Seedlip Spice 94. This rich and flavorful drink is perfect for cozying up with a good book or a movie (and sneak in a hot cross bun), and it's especially satisfying after a day of preparation for the big Easter Sunday feast.
If sharing with family and friends, sip and savor the exquisite Lyre's Highland Malt. This non-alcoholic spirit boasts a complex and nuanced flavor profile, with notes of honey malt, earthiness, and cereal grains. Light smoke and a touch of salinity add depth and character, while sweet bright fruit and spiced oak bring balance and sophistication.
Day 3: Easter Sunday
On Easter Sunday, celebrate with a special non-alcoholic drink that's sure to impress.
Bubbles always adds a festive touch to any occassion, and we have some delicious non-alcoholic prosecco options for you.
Tread Softly Everything except Prosecco is crisp, fresh and distinguished by citrus flavours. ; you won’t believe this best seller of ours doesn’t contain alcohol. Brown Brothers Ultra Low Prosecco boasts classic pear and apple Prosecco flavours, which pair well with fruit platters, pastries and quiches, especially after lunch.
For a drink you’ll crave beyond the first glass, look to DAYSE. With depth and flavour fit for Easter celebrations, this delightful spritz offers well balanced sweetness with a dry finish. We love the addition of adaptogens and nootropics to boost this refreshing drink by easing anxiety symptoms, promoting relaxation and stimulating cognitive function.
Day 4: Easter Monday
For the final day of the Easter weekend, you want something easy and fresh. Our selection of non-alcoholic beers will hit the mark; fresh and refreshing, no mixing involved.
Gweilo, and Beneficial Beer Stone Cold Lager are some of our favourites. There are too many good beers to list them all here - but you can find them all on our website. Or try the mixed pack for Easter.
From complex and savoury mocktails to full-flavoured functional drinks and sophisticated wine, there’s non-alcoholic Easter drinks for all to enjoy. We hope this list inspires you to try a non-alcoholic Easter drink recipe or create a signature beverage of your own.
Raise a glass (of non-alcoholic drink, of course) and let us know which one was your favorite in the comments!