Posts Tagged "mocktail"


Holy Mocktail Week: The Zinger Negroni Mocktail The world felt dire enough that Lent seemed to call for the extreme. Fasting from alcohol. It’s the worst, and I don’t recommend it. But it’s good to know I can in fact go without. And now it’s Holy Week. So we’re celebrating the end now in sight by sharing some of our favorite mocktails, in case you too have practiced the terror of temperance. We learned...

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Holy Mocktail Week: The Double Coconut Virgin Pina Colada¬† The world felt dire enough that Lent seemed to call for the extreme. Fasting from alcohol. It’s the worst, and I don’t recommend it. But it’s good to know I can in fact go without. And now it’s Holy Week. So we’re celebrating the end now in sight by sharing some of our favorite mocktails, in case you too have practiced the terror of temperance. We...

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Holy Mocktail Week: Blueberry Mint Agua Fresca The world felt dire enough that Lent seemed to call for the extreme. Fasting from alcohol. It’s the worst, and I don’t recommend it. But it’s good to know I can in fact go without. And now it’s Holy Week. So we’re celebrating the end now in sight by sharing some of our favorite mocktails, in case you too have practiced the terror of temperance. We learned...

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Holy Mocktail Week: ‘Beer’ Old Fashioned Mocktail The world felt dire enough that Lent seemed to call for the extreme. Fasting from alcohol. It’s the worst, and I don’t recommend it. But it’s good to know I can in fact go without. And now it’s Holy Week. So we’re celebrating the end now in sight by sharing some of our favorite mocktails, in case you too have practiced the terror of temperance....

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Holy Mocktail Week: Laura’s Drink March. I always find it one of the roughest. It lacks federal holidays and seems to have sooo many more days than February. It’s the epitome of in-between. With temperatures getting warmer, but that sharp-winter chill still hanging on with everything it has. This March was even more dire because it was proceeded by an unseasonably sad January and February, at least for those who lean left...

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