In January after the festive period and all those booze filled celebrations, most people tend to lay of the alcohol in January in what is termed ‘a dry January’. I’m not a big alcohol drinker and only really drink on special occasions or when I have a night out, which is very rare for me now. But a lot of you may like to have a glass of wine in the evening after a hard day at work. And if you are ones of these giving up alcohol for dry January, you maybe finding it difficult. But I have found an alternative drink to alcohol.

It’s James White Drinks. They have some really nice non-alcoholic drinks and cordials. I got to try out 3 of their bottles of apple juice from their classics range. I sampled their Russet, Cox and Bramley apple juices.

james white classic apple juices - review

They were ll really nice. My favourite was the Cox one, very sweet and fruity. My husband preferred the Bramley one.

These apple juices are really high quality and the best apple juices I have ever taste. No lie. I have never seen these before in shops, but will be looking out for them. They are made for adults and are the perfect alternative to wine.

james white classic apple juices - review

So, if your looking to go tee-total for a while, I highly recommend these drinks. Their delicious.

You can find more about these drinks and other James White drinks on their website.

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I was sent out 3 bottles in return for this post. All opinions are mine

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4 comments on “Are you Having a Dry January?”

  1. Every time I see the phrase ‘dry January’ I want a glass of wine …

    I enjoy non-alcoholic drinks just as much as a nice glass of wine and haven’t heard of this particular brand before. Thanks for the review and intro.

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