Mindful Drinking

What is mindful drinking?

Mindful Drinking is a change in mindset, and about breaking habits.

Changing the way you think about and approach alcohol. Drinking mindfully doesn’t necessarily mean no alcohol, it means listening to your body and mind, and moderating the amount you consume. It might be a lower ABV drink, non alcoholic alternatives, or just drinking a bit less than usual. It could also involve drinks with potential health benefits, whether herbs and spices in a hot drink, or CBD in a cocktail.

Mindful drinking means a lot to me personally, as witnessing struggles won and lost with mental health have had a huge impact on my life.


No and Lo - you might have heard this term. The umbrella term for non alcoholic and low alcohol drinks. Over the last few years there has been a huge lean towards people wanting lower and zero alcoholic drinks. Forget sugary mocktails, these are serious alternatives to alcohol. Why are people drinking less alcohol? Mental health, fitness, calorie intake, and not having to deal with 4 year olds with a hangover!

Mindful Drinking Recipes

Mother Root Paloma

A punchy non alcoholic version of the famous Paloma cocktail. Replacing tequila with Mother Root, a wonderfully sharp, spicy & perfectly balanced ginger switchel.

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The Social Swizzle

A wonderfully complex and refreshing mindful cocktail, full of fruity, bittersweet & botanical flavours

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Tropical Sour

A serious alternative to a gin sour, silky smooth with a citrus kick and the tropical flavours of Caleno light & zesty.

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Banana Cacao Espresso Martini

A delicious mindful alternative to the famous pick me up cocktail, using Seedlip Spice 94 and Solo coffee concentrate.

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Flavour Guaran-Tea-d

The Caleno works perfectly with the sour, fruity flavours, and the black tea mixer adds an interesting dimension to the drink. Absolutely delicious and so simple to make.

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Tall Dark & Spicy

Coffee and tonic water is a huge favourite of mine - for this drink I twisted with another new favourite of mine, solo coffee concentrate, and the addition of orange syrup and tonic water. Super simple, complex, delicious and a refreshing alternative way to get your coffee kick!

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