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8 Classic Cocktails You Can Make With Cold Pressed Juice

8 Classic Cocktails You Can Make With Cold Pressed Juice

Whether it be a (virtual) happy hour with friends or enjoying your favorite drink while soaking up some sun, a fun cocktail can be a nice end-of-the-week treat. Cocktails are delicious—but they are often chock-full of sodium, sugar, preservatives, and other highly processed ingredients. Put a fun twist on your favorite drinks by swapping in raw, organic cold pressed juice for some delicious flavor, along with no refined sugars and an extra dose of nutrients. We’ve taken the guesswork out and made some great swap suggestions for some of the most popular cocktails. Not an alcohol fan or trying to eliminate it from your diet? Skip the alcohol and try the virgin version (they’re just as delicious)!

Check out these easy cold pressed juice cocktails you can make to enjoy a day outside, a special occasion, or a weekend treat!

8 Cold Pressed Juice Cocktails You Can Make At Home

1. Bloody Mary

Subbing in one part cold pressed vegetable juice can reduce the high sodium content from processed tomato juice. Our Envy juice is a vegetable-rich juice that provides good-for-you ingredients like cucumber and spirulina, so you can sneak in extra nutrients and lower the sodium concentration without sacrificing the classic Bloody Mary taste. What You’ll Need:
  • Tomato juice
  • Cold pressed vegetable juice (we recommend Envy)
  • Worcestershire sauce
  • Celery
  • Hot sauce (optional)
  • Vodka (optional)
How To Make It: Add equal parts tomato juice and cold pressed vegetable juice to a glass with a shot of vodka (optional). Add in hot sauce and worcestershire sauce to taste and garnish with celery. Don’t forget to salt that rim!

2. Strawberry Daiquiri

Instead of blending a sugary strawberry daiquiri drink mix, swap in a lighter, low-sugar cold pressed strawberry juice like Very Berry. Save on calories without sacrificing the classic strawberry taste! What You’ll Need:
  • Cold pressed juice made with strawberries (Very Berry is our pick!)
  • Ice
  • Lime juice
  • Rum (optional)
How To Make It: Combine all ingredients in a blender and mix until slushy.

3. Tom Collins

Traditionally made with gin and sweet lemonade or a combination of lemon juice and syrup, a Tom Collins can contain a surprisingly high amount of processed sugar. Swap in a lemon-based cold pressed juice (like Spicy Lemon or Zinger) for a light, refreshing drink with a surprising kick. What You’ll Need
  • Cold pressed juice made with lemons (Spicy Lemon or Zinger)
  • Gin (optional)
  • Soda water
  • Lemon

How To Make It: Pour equal parts cold pressed juice and soda water into a glass with a shot of gin (skip the gin if you’re making it virgin). Garnish with a slice of lemon and enjoy!

4. Moscow Mule

This delicious drink is a vodka-based cocktail that is rich with ginger and lime flavors. Boost the benefits of this drink and use a Spicy Lemon and Ginger Elixir!

What You’ll Need:

  • Cold pressed juice made with lemons - Spicy Lemon is best!
  • Vodka (optional)
  • Ginger Elixir
  • Soda Water
  • Limes

How To Make It:

Add equal parts to a cocktail shaker with lots of ice. Shake well and serve in a copper mug with a garnish of lime. 

Pro Mixing Tip: Copper cups are ideal for serving cocktails because they conduct temperature and take on the temperature of the drink. It keeps your drink extra cold and delicious. 


5. Cosmopolitan

Instead of sugary cranberry juice, swap in a lighter, cold pressed fruit juice. Our probiotic Very Berry is infused with a white tea base to make it light and refreshing but is still loaded with nutrients and gut-healthy probiotics. What You’ll Need:
  • Cold pressed fruit juice (Lemon Sherbet for lemon lovers; Very Berry if good ol’ fashion mixed berry is your flavor of preference)
  • Lime juice
  • Triple sec (optional)
  • Vodka (optional)
  • Ice
How To Make It: Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously. Pour into a martini glass and garnish with a slice of orange.

6. Pina Colada

Pre-made pina colada mixes are laden with sugar and other processed ingredients. If you’re looking for a simple swap, try mixing rum (optional) with a cold blended smoothie that contains natural tropical ingredients like pineapple and coconut milk to give you a little taste of paradise. Monsoon is a great option to try! What You’ll Need:
  • Cold blended pineapple smoothie (pick Monsoon for that tropical taste!)
  • Rum (optional)
  • Ice
How To Make It: Combine all ingredients in a blender and mix until slushy.

7. Sangria

Whether you’re making red sangria or white sangria, there are tons of opportunities to change up the ingredients and swap in your favorite cold pressed juices instead. If you’re making red sangria, look for juices that contain beets, berries, and other dark red or purple ingredients to match the richness of the red wine flavor and the dark color of your punch. We suggest Rinse & Rebeet or Red Monster. If you’re making white sangria, look for juices that are light in color with refreshing ingredients like watermelon, pineapple, lime, and lemon. Green Glow and Quench are our top picks! What You’ll Need:
  • Red or white wine (non-alcoholic if preferred)
  • Fresh fruit (oranges, apples, strawberries, lime, lemon, or similar)
  • Soda water
  • Cold pressed fruit juice (Rinse & Rebeet/Red Monster or Green Glow/Quench)
  • Brandy (optional)
How To Make It: Add all ingredients to a large pitcher and stir to combine. Serve with ice.

8. Mimosa

Nothing says “brunch” like mimosas! Although orange juice can contain a high amount of vitamin C, it can also contain a high amount of unnecessary sugar. Swap the OJ for a juice that contains other healthy ingredients to boost the nutrient intake, like Spicy Lemon. What You’ll Need:
    • Cold pressed fruit juice (Beta Blaster gets our pick)
    • Sparkling wine (non-alcoholic, if preferred)
How To Make It: Combine equal parts fruit juice and sparkling wine (or sparkling water) in a champagne glass.

Make Your Favorite Drinks A Little Bit Healthier

While it’s important to make sure you don’t overdo it with the hard drinks, it’s totally fine to indulge in a drink or two every once in a while. When you do, swap in an alternative to standard drink mixes like cold pressed juice—you don’t have to sacrifice taste to make your favorite drinks a little bit healthier! Looking for other ways to improve your diet? Check out these healthy alternatives to junk food so you can get your snack on guilt-free!
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