This month, we're playing matchmaker with AVEC. Their premium mixers are made with real juice and natural botanicals, containing low or no sugar. They're perfect for making spirits sing—alcoholic or not. When it comes to creating a classic serve, these nonalcoholic spirits and AVEC flavors were destined for each other.
Plus, for the month of February, get 10% off when you purchase any AVEC product plus one of the spirits below with code AVEC10.
Ginger Whisked Me Away
Ginger beer is the ultimate mixer but usually packed with sugar. Ginger by AVEC uses Jamaican ginger beer as its inspiration, with lots of fresh ginger flavor mixed with all-spice and pineapple flavor. Paired with Spiritless Kentucky 74, a nonalcoholic spirit that delivers a bourbon whiskey finish and taste, this "whiskey ginger" will take you away somewhere warm and tropical.
Margarita's Bloody Valentine
Spicy and tart with a touch of natural sweetness, AVEC Jalapeño & Blood Orange combines the pepper's classic heat with zesty citrus notes. If you're looking for a spicy romance, pair it with a nonalcoholic tequila like Lyre's Agave Blanco, Sobrii 0 Tequila, or Free Spirits Spirit of Tequila.
Paloma Makes Me Feel Alive
Livener from Three Spirits—an adaptogenic elixir meant to get the party started—pairs SO well with the lightness of AVEC Grapefruit & Pomelo. The latter is blended with hints of black pepper and vanilla. This updated, low sugar Paloma will have you dancing.
I Will Always Love Yuzu
Asian flavors of yuzu and lemongrass meet the indispensable lime for AVEC Yuzu & Lime. Blend with Seedlip Garden 108, a floral and herbal distilled spirit inspired by the English countryside for a unique take on a G&T worthy of star-crossed lovers at a garden cocktail party of another era.
Pretty Pink Punch
AVEC Hibiscus & Pomegranate gives cranberry juice a run for its money, a wonderfully sweet, slightly sour and deep pink drink. Coupled with Bonbuz, a stimulating adaptogenic spirit with cola, citrus, and earthy flavors, you'll be punch-drunk on love not booze.
To make any of the above, follow this simple recipe: