If you’re one of the thousands of people who have decided to go dry in January, whether for health or charity reasons, you may already be fed up of drinking sparkling water or fizzy pop.
Here are a few ideas for grown-up soft drinks which won’t leave you reaching guiltily for the wine bottle.
Appletiser and Pomegranate 750ml | Appletiser with a twist. You can count 150ml of this sparkling fruit juice as one of your fruit and veg five-a-day.
Feelgood Non Alcoholic Cocktail, Mojito 750ml | Ideal for parties. No added sugar and all natural ingredients – you could almost call it a health drink!
Tesco Finest Orange, Mango and Mandarin Spritz 750ml | Lightly sparkling spring water flavoured with fruit juices. A refreshing tipple.
Schloer Celebration Pink Fizz 750ml | Who needs a Champagne-induced hangover when you can celebrate in style with this sparkling rose-pink grape juice fizz!
Bundaberg Ginger Beer 4x340ml | For those who want more of a hit than the delicate flavours offered by sparkling fruit juice drinks. You can always cross out the word “ginger” on the label.
Lorina Sicilian Lemonade 750ml | Despite the name, this posh lemon juice drink is made in France, although it does claim to be made with 12% Sicilian lemon juice.
Belvoir Elderflower Cordial 500ml | A delicately floral flavoured cordial with no preservatives or artificial flavourings. Next month try some mixed with white wine or gin and tonic.
Vita Coco Natural Coconut Water 1L | Coconut water is one of the drinks of the moment. Natural, healthy and delicious.