Ritual Zero Proof: Heat Wave (tequila) & Darn the Weather (gin)

April 09, 2021

Just because it doesn't have alcohol, doesn't mean it can't be delicious. These "mocktails" could fool anyone - you get the flavor of liquor without the calories, hangover, or other negative effects. If you're trying to be healthier but don't want to give up your cocktails, give these drinks made with Ritual Zero Proof a shot!

(PS. Still want your booze? Sub in your liquor of choice, no shame)

DARN THE WEATHER (GIN)

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

• 2 / 12 oz Ritual Gin Alternative
• 1 / 6 oz Sweet vermouth
• 1 / 6 oz  Orange juice
• 3 / 18 Dashes triple sec
• Orange twists for garnish

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake well and strain into your Firelight 350 or 750Garnish with an orange twist.

 

HEAT WAVE SPICY MARG (TEQUILA)

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

• 2 / 12 oz Ritual Tequila Alternative
• 1 / 6 oz Fresh lime juice
• 1 / 6 oz  Triple Sec
• 0.5 / 3 oz Agave nectar
• 0.5 / 3 Jalapeño pepper
• Basil leaves
• Tajin or Valentina Seasoning (for rim)

Instructions

Pour Ritual Tequila Alternative over jalapeño and basil, sliced lengthwise, in a cocktail shaker. Let sit at room temperature for at least 15 minutes. The longer, the spicier. Add lime, triple sec, agave and ice. Shake shake shake. Pour over ice into your Firelight 350 or 750. Garnish with jalapeño slices and basil leaf.


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