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5 Low-Alcohol Cocktails to Get You Through a Post-Holiday Season Detox

On the lighter side.


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It’s time to put away the eating pants, the creepy Santa decorations, the Pinterest-worthy string lights—but leave the fancy glassware. Just because the holidays are over and we’re partied out doesn’t mean we’re ready to go total teetotaler in 2020. Ease off the sauce with these drinks with less than 7% alcohol by volume. Because getting blackout drunk is nobody’s New Year’s resolution.

 

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1Filippo Gallino Birbét
$17.99 for 750mL, 5% ABV, tamurasfinewine.com

 

2JuneShine Blood Orange Mint Hard Kombucha
$5.99 for 16 ounces, 6% ABV, juneshine.co

 

3Ola Brew Co. Hawaiian Ginger Hard Seltzer
$2.69 for 12 ounces, 4.8% ABV, olabrewco.com

 

4Paradise Ciders Prickly Pearadise
$12 for 22 ounces, 5% ABV, paradiseciders.com

 

5Kupu Spirits Gin and Tonic
$18.99 for four 12-ounce cans, 6.8% ABV, kupuspirits.com

 

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