How to Make Non Alcoholic Cocktails
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Some people won't, don't or can't drink alcohol. Whether they are the designated driver or the mom to be, many patrons of your bar or restaurant are tired of Shirley Temples or soda and want to feel like they are part of the party. Why not create customer loyalty and good vibes by including non or low alcohol cocktails in your repertoire behind the bar? The unique line of Fre alcohol removed wines offer a broad palette that can be used in myriad combinations to enliven any concoction.


Every bar and restaurant wants to provide a complete experience for their guest. But many forget to include interesting alcohol free drinks. I mean, how many Shirley Temples can a mom to be your designated driver take. I want to show you some interesting non-alcoholic cocktails that are so tasty and easy to make, they will be coming back for more. Hi, I'm Natalie, also known as the Liquid Muse. As a cocktail book author, blogger and mixologist. I'm always looking for new inspiration. Welcome to Inspired Sips with the Liquid Muse. Whether popping a cork of the bubbly of sipping a glass of merlot, Fre alcohol removed wine is a great option for people who want to avoid alcohol, but don’t want to feel like they're missing something. I really like this line because it actually started as real wine and they had the alcohol removed. Which means that it still retains some of the characteristics of the variety. A chilled glass of Fre chardonnay is wonderful in a warm evening. And a bottle of white wine will usually stay good for about 2-3 days after it’s opened. So a great way to use the rest of the bottle is mixing my sin free sangria. In addition to the Fre chardonnay, I'm going to add about a cup of orange juice. And about half a cup of cranberry juice. We’ll add a little of sprits from the soda gun. And then I'm going to add a whole sliced orange, a whole slice lemon, and a whole slice lime. Give this a little stir. And serve it over ice. It’s colorful, delicious, and something everyone in your restaurant can enjoy. Next I want to show you how to make a non-alcoholic sparkling cocktail. Everybody loves a little bubbly when celebrating a special occasion. So keeping the Fre sparkling wine on hand is a very thoughtful way to indulge anyone visiting your establishment. This sparkling cocktail called the Sparkling Pomegranate Snowflake. I'm rimming the glass with a little bit of sugar and then setting it aside, while I grab the pomegranate juice and pour about 3 ounces into my mixing glass. Next, we’ll add about half an ounce of simple syrup and we’ll squeeze half a lemon into the drink. Now half a lemon is approximately half to three quarters of an ounce. Now give this a little shake. We’re shaking the drink really just to cool it and mix it up a little. So you don’t have to shake it for a long time. Strain it into the champagne flute. And top it with Fre alcohol remove sparkling fruit. So let’s toast to including everyone in the fun. Being a thoughtful bartender not only makes you more money, it fosters customer loyalty and giving everyone a great time, but hospitality is all about.