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Be prepared for some shocking news Muddies – 22% of people in the UK do not drink alcohol. I know! But here’s where you can serve your teetotaller guests more than a can of pop or fruit juice this Christmas. Just simply freeze, squeeze and serve for refreshing frozen cocktails or simply pour straight over ice.

Chris and Katie (that’s them below) are incredibly passionate about all things food, drink and mixology.  Katie’s background in fashion at the helm of the British Fashion Council, blends perfectly with Chris’ experience as a restaurateur, owner of the Oyster Shack over the Tamar in Devon.

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So they started experimenting with loads of botanical ingredients and fresh fruits to see if they could create a botanical, alcohol free cocktail with a difference. After months of experimenting and initially taking creations to serve at festivals and events as well as serving in their restaurant – Rocktails was born. And they’re so good, even Harrods and Selfridges are stocking them!

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Each of the four blends are based on well known cocktails, but are alcohol free, brimming with natural, botanical ingredients and less than 90 calories per pouch,  offering a world of possibility to create fuss free, bar quality cocktails at home. And don’t worry if you’re not one of the 22% – each one comes with a recipe card, simply add your own alcohol.

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This Christmas they are launching four fabulous beautifully presented gift sets containing two pouches and a coupe glass. Chose from the Thyme Collins, Mockito, Coco Colada, or the Sunset Sling.

Buy yours online or from: Boscastle Farm Shop, Ellis Wharton Wines, The Pantry, Trevaskis Farm, or Wadebridge Wines.

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