How to tackle Dry January like a boss


How to tackle Dry January like a boss

Our top tips to stay on track this Dry January

How to tackle Dry January like a boss
Written by: Alicia Hatcher | Posted: 02 January 2019 | Modified: 02 January 2019

F.I.Z.Z.

RRP: £6.00

Where to shop: head over to our catalog to shop our cocktail confections

  

Our latest product; F.I.Z.Z., will have you amazed. Only 3 steps needed to watch your average glass of fizz transform into a flavour explosion in seconds: DROP, FIZZ, DRINK. F.I.Z.Z. is a revolutionary effervescent tablet that will dissolve completely into your drink to create a flavoured cocktail, or non-alcoholic cocktail! The beauty of this product is that it is perfect to bring to dinner party with drinkers & non-drinkers this January. One can enjoy with a glass of non-alcoholic Prosecco, and equally enjoy with a glass of soda!

 

Seedlip

 

RRP: £27.99

Where to shop: shop Seedlip's non-alcoholic beverages here.  

Seedlip, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit provides the perfect solution to ‘what to drink when you’re not drinking’. Seedlip have a lot going on this Dry January in London, e.g. they are transforming the 5th floor terrace at Harvey Nichols into a haven that celebrates nature. There will be an intimate tasting room, cocktail masterclasses, afternoon tea sessions and terrarium-building workshops. They have also partnered with Launceston Place restaurant whose 5 course tasting menu will be paired with Seedlip non-alcoholic cocktails such as Seedlip Hot Toddies, Spice Sodas and Warming Winter Martinis. Who said January was dry?

 

Aecorn

 

RRP: TBA

Where to shop: TBA

 

Seedlip will launch a new aperitif brand in January 2019 which is thought to be the world’s first non-alcoholic apéritif range. Aecorn will have 3 new expressions and is inspired by the ‘European aperitif tradition’ and English herbal remedies from the 17th century. Each expression will be produced from English grapes and aromatised with herbs, roots and bitter botanicals. The range is to provide ‘adult, complex options to enjoy with food’, and will be perfect for Dry January!

 

Exercise your way through Dry January

 

A 2015 study showed that half of all people who attempt Dry January have fallen off the wagon by mid-Jan. There are small but proactive things to do to combat Dry January, such as aerobic exercise. This not only helps your brain to recover from heavy drinking, and just ten minutes can kibosh a wine craving.

 

Apparently crying, (yes, a toddler style bawl) will release chemicals that product cortisol, the stress hormone - literally lowering stress. This won’t be a problem when you're one week in and your friend brings round a box of Alcoholic Cocktail Gummies to share - oops. Listening to podcasts and reading are also great motivational techniques.