Sammi’s Favorite Things: Mingle Mocktails

Sammi's Favorite Things: Mingle Mocktails

Sammi’s Favorite Things: Mingle Mocktails

I love to host parties and events for family and friends, especially now that restrictions are slowly but surely being lifted. Every event is different, but one thing remains the same: delicious food and good drinks are a must!

In order to make my guests feel comfortable, I always make sure I have plenty of goodies my guests can enjoy, especially when it comes to food and drink restrictions. Since I have many friends and family members who do not drink alcohol for their own personal reasons, I always like to make sure I have some creative non-spirits on hand so they are not always drinking soda or water.

Enter Mingle Mocktails! These drinks are non-alcoholic versions of popular cocktails in a can. They taste just as good as the spirited version, but are sober friendly, vegan and gluten free.

Check out more information below!

Get ready to mingle your way into Summer with new Mingle Mocktails single serve cans ($22.95 – $57.95), available for purchase now!

Mingle Mocktails is a booze-free and low calorie drink, first introduced as bottles in 2017, by PA native and former software executive, Laura Taylor. The new release includes best-selling flavors like Cranberry Cosmo, Blackberry Hibiscus Bellini, Blood Orange Elderflower Mimosa and Cucumber Melon Mojito.

Taylor aimed to create a healthy and tasty alternative to cocktails and seltzer, and established the assortment of flavorful beverages for those pursing a mindful and sober lifestyle. The vegan and gluten free beverage is made with natural botanicals and only contains 60 calories, making it the go-to drink for health conscious and mocktail enthusiasts alike!

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Mingle Mocktails cans are available for purchase in a single flavor 4-pack and 4-flavor variety pack (pack of 16) on the website, and Taylor has sights to increase distribution in large retailers. The bottles are currently sold on Amazon, in Whole Foods and regional supermarkets throughout the U.S.

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