Best Non Alc Spritz for the Summer

Best Non Alc Spritz for the Summer

The most popular non-alcoholic drink to order at a bar is a soda, but there are so many variations on alcohol-free options from there.
Keep it simple with a garnish, add a Non Alcoholic Spirit Base,  Ask your bartender to get creative or make it yourself. 

At Sip & Enjoy we have been searching for the finest quality Non Alc Spritz, Vermouth Style. 
Time to pour yourself a glass with no regrets.
Finally we can gather a handful of them. 
Checkout the recipe page for inspiration in making your next No-cktail/Mocktail. 


1. Sunny Arvo - No Aperitivo $20.00
Available Online & In store

Organic. ACO Certified. Made Locally in Melbourne.
Meet Australia's First Non Alcoholic Aperitivo, dynamic, crisp and sophisticated. A vermouth styled aperitivo including Rosella and Clove. Layered with Refreshing Grapefruit, blood Orange and finished with an addictive Bitter Kick. 

 Sunny Arvo No Aperitivo

2. Drummer Boy - Italian Rosso $25/$45 200ml/700ml

Available Online & In store

Rich flavours of blood orange and vanilla harmonise with caramel, citrus and cocoa.
Perfect with tonic water and a slice of orange. We are continually working on adding faster delivery options, keep an eye out!


Drummer Boy Italian Rosso



3. Wilfred’s Bittersweet Aperitif $40.00

Available in store

An award-winning premium non-alcoholic spritz, Wilfred’s Bittersweet Aperitif is a delicious blend of rosemary, bitter orange, rhubarb and clove. Incredibly well balanced, citrus notes give way to satisfying herbal bite. 

It’s excellent any time or for any occasion. 
To enjoy, mix 1 part Wilfred’s with 2 parts Premium Tonic, add ice and garnish with orange.

Wilfred’s Bittersweet Aperitif



4. Lyres Italian Spritz $47.99
Available online & in store

The bittersweet flavour of the Italian Spritz is like sunshine itself, bright with flavours typical of its origins. The sweetness from orange is perfectly fused with the complex and astringent flavours of rhubarb, finishing dry and deliciously refreshing.

 Lyres Italian Spritz

5.Crodino Single $5.95/4pk $20.00

Available Online & In Store

To highlight the intense citrus and fruity notes and the spicy aftertaste, Crodino must be served in a wine glass with a generous amount of ice. Don’t forget a slice of orange which will round off the perfect aperitivo experience.

Crodino - Aperitivo


    6. Monday Distillery Aperitz Spritz Single $6.95/4pk $24.95

    Available Online & In store.

    Ready to drink Non-Alcoholic Spritz with gin and vermouth inspired tastes with Italian orange, cherry and espresso.  Non-alcoholic. Sugar free. Forever tasteful. Now you can have a delicious adult spritz without getting blitzed. This sunny afternoon refresher blends spiced-gin and vermouth tastes with Italian orange, grapefruit, aromatic rosemary, cherry and just a hint of espresso and smoked vanilla. Perfect for saying cheers with mates and goodbye to hangovers.

    • Refreshing carbonated taste
    • Alcohol, sugar and gluten free
    • No artificial additives or flavours
    • Naturally sweetened with stevia.
    Monday Aperitz Spritz
    Popular QA of Non Alcoholic Drinks:
    Mocktails are non-alcoholic drinks that look and taste like a particular alcoholic cocktail.
    These days Inner Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast Area Bars, Venues and Restaurateurs are starting to adapt and be more creative in the Non Alc Drinks Menu. 
    Make sure to ask and challenge the Bar tenders. 
    What to drink instead of alcohol
    • Soda and fresh lime. Proof that simple is still the best.
    • Berries in iced water. This summery drink will keep you refreshed and revitalised.
    • Kombucha. ...
    • Virgin bloody Mary. ...
    • Virgin Mojito. ...
    • Half soda/half cranberry juice and muddled lime. ...
    • Mocktails.
    According to Cancer Vic Council Non Alcoholic Beer is a Good Alternative. See below.

    Non-alcoholic beer

    • This can be a good alternative, especially if you are only having one or two, however just be aware that they can sometimes become a gateway to the alcoholic version for non-beer drinkers.
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