Dry January? Check out these delicious non-alcoholic drink options from East Lothian.
1. Coffee from Steampunk Coffee.
Steampunk Coffee roast fully traceable and responsible coffees in North Berwick. Their freshly roasted coffees are available to order online or to buy in store. Steampunk also have fantastic coffee subscriptions that allow coffee lovers to explore lots of different coffees. Open until 5pm every day, Steampunk is the perfect place to stop for a hot cup of coffee and a cake.
2. Summer Fizz Mix by By Julia
Based in Gullane, By Julia produces a range of mixers including a Summer Fizz Mix. The mix can be enjoyed in wines and alcoholic fizzes but can also be added to sparkling water to create delicious fruity drink. By Julia’s Summer Fizz Mix currently has 25% off – perfect for Dry January!
3. Tea by Brodies Melrose Drysdale & Co.
Based in Musselburgh, Brodies produce a wide range of teas. From traditional Earl Grey to fruity raspberry and peach tea, there is something for everyone! If you can’t decide which tea you would like to try, why not buy a Brodies Fine Tea Selection gift tin? Each tin contains 6 varieties of tea, including camomile, green, breakfast, earl grey, afternoon and Darjeeling tea.
4. S Luca Classic Milkshakes from S Luca of Musselburgh
We are huge fans of S Luca Classic Milkshakes.
You can order a smooth shake (milkshake blended with one scoop of ice cream and served with another), a thick shake (a thick traditional milkshake) or a Kid’s Shake (milkshake served in traditional mini milk bottle). All the milkshakes are available in strawberry, chocolate, vanilla and banana.
Milkshakes not your thing? S Luca’s cafés have lots of delicious drinks that feature their ice cream. Everything from ice cream floats, through to affogatos and hot chocolate, there is something for everyone! You can download their cafe menus on their website.