Adult gatherings, parties and reunions usually involve alcoholic drinks. Hence, birthdays spent after the age of eighteen are not surprisingly alcoholic. Alcohol makes you loosen up, and more vulnerable to interact with other people. It makes the party lively as it allows you to do wild and fun antics. However, once you have consumed so much alcohol, the gathering may end badly. It can end with damaged furniture, vomit all around, and regrets after reminiscing bad choices. To prevent this in your upcoming birthday bash, serving non alcoholic drinks is the way to go. Apart from being healthier, they can be more delicious than the usual bitter-tasting alcohol. Here then are non-alcoholic drinks that you can serve for your party.
Caffeine in coffee makes everyone more energetic and more pumped up to do activities. So even without alcohol, you can still expect active participation from your crowd when it comes to parlour games, singing, and dancing. Most adults also prefer coffee over alcohol, typically buying it before work so you can anticipate more people refreshed by this delicious drink you will serve.
Iced tea, if served with sugar, can energise your guests. The cooling sensation given off by the ice and the sweetness the tea and sugar combination has will surely make your guests want more of this non-alcoholic drink. Moreover, tea is found to offer numerous health benefits, ranging from helping in weight loss to protecting your bones. Iced tea is a drink to serve!
Fruit shakes, made by blending fruits and other ingredients like yoghurt and ice, are a delicious drink you can efficiently serve for your guests. You can even have your guests customise their shakes by allowing them to choose fruits in an array on the table and to use the blender. Shakes can improve one’s digestion and increase your nutrient absorption, so there’s no reason for you not to serve these.
You and your guests can go and grab root beers. Root beers are soft drinks made out of the bark of the sassafras tree and are typically non-alcoholic. The beer may be sweet, and not taste like beer at all; it can give you the illusion that what you are drinking is a real beer as they both have the same colour and texture. Surprisingly, a root beer can even protect your liver and prevent inflammation of your joints.
As you can see, you can now start to believe that a party without alcoholic drinks is possible. Non-alcoholic beverages may even be more fun to serve and drink than the alcoholic ones as they still give energy to you and your guests. They can also keep you healthier and mentally stable during a party. The recipes for these are even found online and in books. So, for your next birthday party, why not serve non-alcoholic drinks for a change?
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