Hand holding a cocktail.

New Year’s Eve Mocktails with Cure

Ring in 2021 extra hydrated.

Ring in 2021 extra hydrated.

Whether you’re participating in Dry January or just feeling like having a more lowkey celebration this New Year’s Eve, the importance of an excellent mocktail cannot be overstated. Don’t get us wrong, we love a good cocktail, but sometimes we don’t feel like a drink drink, yet still want to drink something festive and special. 

If you’ve ever had a mocktail at a bar, you know that they are usually comprised of a gazillion gallons of sugar and a few drops of fruit juice. Here at Cure, refined sugar is basically enemy #1 of the people, so we curated three pairings of non-alcoholic and non-sugary beverages with Cure flavors. The result? Three delicious mocktails to ring in the New Year and start 2021 feeling clear, hydrated, and refreshed. Santé!

1. Cure Main Squeeze x Tart Vinegar

Salty Lemon and Lavender Lemonade

We’re big fans of Tart’s innovative assortment of vinegars, like rose hibiscus and lavender. They also share our love of salty and sweet drinks, and designed a fabulous Salty Lemon and Lavender Lemonade. 

Pair with: Cure Main Squeeze. It takes a little bit of the acidic edge off and infuses a light citrus. Add a splash of sparkling water for fizz.


  • Ice
  • 1 tablespoon of lemon paste
  • 3 tablespoons of Tart vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon of maple syrup

Mix in one stick of Cure per serving.

    2. Cure Golden Hour
    x Kin Euphorics

    Ginger Turmeric Kin Spritz

    Kin Euphorics makes single serving non-alcoholic drinks that delight the senses — both taste and sight. Their Kin Spritz is mixed with citrus, warm spice, hibiscus, and ginger, perfect for the holiday season.

    Pair with: Cure Golden Hour. The ginger and turmeric in Golden Hour makes for an excellent complement to the spice and ginger of the Kin Spritz.

    Mix in one stick of Cure per can.

    3. Cure Wild Thing x Ghia

    Ghia is a non-alcoholic aperitif that gives you the bitterness of a traditional cocktail without the booze. Note: one bottle of Ghia has 12 servings and should be consumed within a few weeks of opening, so this is a better option for mocktail-ing with friends. 

    Pair with: Cure Wild Thing. The salty sweetness of Wild Thing adds a softness to Ghia’s bitter kick, and a fruity blast to the elderflower and rosemary.

    Mix in one stick of Cure per serving.