The tree is up, the mistletoe has been hung, and someone is doing the drinks round.

You might hear someone say: “What is Christmas without a glass of mulled wine here or a boozy hot chocolate there?” but the simple answer is that it is just the same!

You do not need alcohol to get into the festive spirit, and if you are choosing not to drink alcohol for whatever reason, don’t worry about missing out on any of the fun!

There are now plenty of fun and delicious alternatives for those who want a non-alcoholic option, and they can also enjoy the hangover-free morning after.

Non-Alcoholic Christmas Drinks

This article is going to point you in the direction of a yummy drink which will offer plenty of Christmas cheer without the booze.

Mulled Apple Juice

Mulled Apple Juice

For those of you who love a winter warmer but could do without the added headache, mulled apple juice can definitely hit the spot. In place of mulled cider, simply get yourself some good quality apple juice and place it in your saucepan with some classic mulled spices such as cinnamon, orange slices, cloves, and allspice berries! Simmer until hot and enjoy this fruity festive treat with a festive snack such as a mince pie.

Spicy Fruit Tea

Spicy Fruit Tea

In the spirit of keeping you warm and festive, did you know that you can make tea out of pretty much anything? This is worth knowing when all of the best Christmas-inspired herbs and spices hit the shelves! You can either opt for a classic zesty and spiced tea, or you could opt for an iced tea too! For those who want to swap out an ice-cold beer for an alternative that is just as refreshing, iced tea can be an excellent option; especially for those who are throwing a party and want a special option for their alcohol-free guests! Try out B.W Cooper’s Iced Tea for a real treat!

Candy Cane Mocktail

Candy Cane Mocktail

The candy cane mocktail is a drink that can be pulled right out of the bag when you want to impress someone. Martini glasses are essential, along with half and half, candy canes, peppermint oil, simple syrup, and cream soda. Simply mix the cream soda, simple syrup, a couple of drops of peppermint oil, and half and half. Crush up some candy canes and line the rim of your martini glass with some simple syrup and place the candy cane pieces like a sugar rim. If you want to get truly fancy, don’t be shy, put a mini candy cane in the drink, too.

Gingerbread Hot Chocolate

Gingerbread Hot Chocolate

Hot chocolate is delicious at any time of the year, but when Christmas is calling, you know it is time to break out the festive syrups and create magical treats. Gingerbread is one of those flavors that gets shoehorned in everywhere—and for good reason! It only makes sense that it can elevate a hot chocolate to the next level. Just add some gingerbread syrup or some crystallized ginger—and don’t forget a gingerbread biscuit too!

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