After all those End of Year celebrations and New Year drinks, we feel it’s time to reboot!
February, luckily the shortest month of the year, is meanwhile known as the month to pause our drinking habits. At Quatre Mains we support giving our bodies a little rest.
But whatever we do, we do it in style. Finding good non-alcoholic alternatives besides water is becoming more and more common, but can still be a little struggle. Inspired by the Tournée Minérale campaign image & following the ‘From Zero to Hero’ trend in drinks, our inhouse flavour master Els took the opportunity to mix & match some of our own clients products to create funky QM Style mocktails.
Every week in February we launch a new Mocktail recipe on our socials, to help & support you through your alcohol-free month.
No limits in drinking these ones! Cheers!
Week 1 - Black Tonic
Spa sparkling water & Belgian Blenders Coffee - It’s a match!
Don’t slack, here’s a punch for your first alcohol free days!
In a glass half filled with crushed ice, add Spa sparkling water, lemon juice, cane sugar and espresso made from Belgian Blenders Coffee. Garnish the drink with some extra ice and lemon zest. Cheers!
Week 2 – Coco Mary
Stoffel tomatoes & Dream Coconut drink – It’s a match!
Spice up your Valentine’s Day with this lovely hottie!
Mix all the ingredients together and garnish with cherry tomatoes, a slice of lime and a celery stick. Bottoms up!
Week 3 – Icy Mint
Lima Green Tea Sencha Mint & Delhaize Cane Sugar – It’s a match!
Aren’t feeling reborn and fresh yet? This one might help!
Add a handful of fresh mint, a tablespoon of Delhaize Cane Sugar Syrup and juice of half a lime in a wide glass. Pour in cooled Green Tea Sencha Mint. Garnish with pieces of lime and a handful of crushed ice. Chin Chin!
Week 4 – Sticky Ginger
Oxfam Apple Ginger & Callas Apricot Orange Blossom Jam – It’s a match!
Sweet! You've reached your last detox week!
Take a teaspoon of Callas Apricot Orange Blossom Jam and poor on ice cold Oxfam Apple Ginger. Garnish with 2 slices of dried orange and 3 cloves. Proost!