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3 Must Mix Cocktails for Dry January from Liquor Lab

Liquor Lab, a renowned event space offering interactive cocktail-making classes with locations in Nashville and Louisville, offers a selection of sophisticated and refreshing non-alcoholic recipes crafted by founder, Freddie Sarkis, himself.

These recipes showcase the same level of creativity and expertise that Freddie brings to his cocktail classes, ensuring that those participating in Dry January can still enjoy a memorable and elevated beverage experience.

Chamomile Marg


2 oz chamomile tea
1/2 oz lime juice
1/2 oz agave nectar
Coupe, up, edible flowers (for garnish)


Fill the serving glass with ice.
In a cocktail shaker, add chamomile tea, lime juice, and agave syrup.
Shake for 10-15 seconds and pour into the serving glass.
Garnish with edible flowers.

Apple Mojito


2 oz apple juice
1/4 oz lime juice
1/2 oz simple syrup
5 mint leaves
Collins glass, crushed ice, mint spring, and dehydrated apples (for garnish)


Place mint leaves, lime juice, and simple syrup into a sturdy glass and use a muddler to crush.
Fill the serving glass with ice.
Pour in apple juice and stir.
Garnish with an additional mint spring and dehydrated apples.

Orange-spiced Old Fashioned


2 oz Spiced Orange tea
1/4 oz Demerara syrup
2 dashes of Peychaud bitters
Grapefruit peel (for garnish)


Add Spiced Orange tea, Demerara syrup, and Peychaud Bitters into a mixing glass and stir until combined.
Fill the mixing glass with ice and stir until well-chilled.
Express the oil of a grapefruit peel over the glass, then drop it in to garnish.

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