Better for our heads, our hangxiety and our purse? The rise of low and non-alcoholic drinks
With more people opting for a healthy lifestyle, the trend for low alcohol drinks is increasing year-on-year. Whether you're being healthy or trying to avoid having one too many, we've got your back.
By Charlotte Cooper
Christmas is naturally a time of the year where we overload our bodies with luxurious, rich food and drink and by New Year’s Eve, we are so over-indulged that we can’t bear to look at another glass of prosecco.
As the year of 2020 creeps closer, a shift in alcohol trends appears to be favouring low or alcohol-free drinks, with the incentive being a more mindful lifestyle.
Now if you think that the festive period wouldn’t be the same without a glass or two of your favourite chardonnay, then we recommend giving a naturally low-level alcoholic drink a try first. Or if you really can’t face the morning after hangover anymore, we’ve rounded up some alcohol-free options too.