The mocktail revolution has sparked an increased demand for non alcoholic spirit options such as Seedlip and Lyre's. Led by Ben Branson, Seedlip became a pioneer in the new space of non alcoholic spirits. Lyre's and Mark Livings quickly followed suit and are now some of the most well-known products among those looking for complex, clean flavors that can replace their alcohol-filled favorites without cutting flavor corners.
Mocktails have been around for centuries, with their origins tracing back to the 19th century. In response to the temperance movement, which was gaining steam in mainly anglo-saxon countries, talented bartenders began crafting sophisticated and flavorful mocktails resembling popular cocktails - minus the alcohol.
Mocktails, or non-alcoholic mixed drinks, have been around for a long time, but in recent years, they've seen a surge in popularity. From trendy bars and restaurants to social media, mocktails are suddenly everywhere. But why are mocktails suddenly so hip?
A new report released by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) available here has provoked intense debate over alcohol consumption. While non alcoholic spirits are quickly becoming the beverages of choice for the mocktail market, offering those who are mindful drinking, sober or sober curious.
Healthy cocktails provide an innovative alternative to traditional, sugary drinks when it comes to mixology. Mixers like Sobreo, an infusion of organic botanicals and adaptogens, pair with spirits like tequila, rum, whiskey, vodka and gin in a way that significantly decreases the amount of sugar and alcohol content compared to classic cocktail recipes.