Staying Sober this Dry January with Fentimans

We're midway through January and for those taking part in Dry January, they are fast approaching the finish line. Dry January started in 2014 after an advertising campaign highlighted the dangers of drinking too much booze and four years later, it is a roaring success and a household date for many calendars. Over 3.1 million people have said to be taking part in Dry January this year in a bid to save money, lose weight and better their overall health. According to research by Deliveroo, 17th January is the date where most people are likely to break their Dry January promises, so today I've teamed up with Fentimans to help get you through the final hurdle by introducing you to their range of non-alcoholic drinks.

When it comes to non-alocholic drinks currently on the market, a large proportion of them are tailored towards younger people and many of them lack the flavour and sophistication that most adults desire when opting for a soft drink over an alcoholic beverage. Botantically brewed to get the best infusions of their natural ingrediants, Fentimans is a non-alcoholic drink that really packs a punch in the flavour department and with their retro inspired bottles and quirky names, they are loved by people of all ages. Those who are long time fans of Fentimans will remember that the smaller 125ml mixer bottles used to be green, but Fentimans has undergone a slight rebrand to give the bottles a linear design across the collection.

Fentimans pride themselves on being a premium brand that offers a twist on classic soft beverages such as the Victorian lemonade and their Curiosity Cola. There's also more unique flavours such as the  Madarin and Seville Orange Jigger and Sparkling Lime and Jasmin. 

Fentimans drinks are not only great for drinking on their own but making mocktails (and even cocktails if you prefer) too. Simply add 275ml Rose Lemonade, 20ml Hob Elderflower syrup, garnished with a sprig of mint for a refreshing afternoon drink or make yourself a non-alcoholic Ginger Beer mule by mixing sugar syrup, concentrated apple juice, Ginger Beer and fresh mint if you're looking for something fierier.

Have you tried Fentimans drinks before?

*Contains PR Samples



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