12 of the Best Non-Alcoholic “Spirits” for Building a Sober Bar
This brand was first launched in Dubai, where many locals and visitors forgo alcohol for cultural reasons. It’s now making inroads in the U.S.
“I like their products because it has some of the burn you’re accustomed to [in a traditional spirit],” says Marshall. Among the wide range of faux spirits, which even brazenly mimic Scotch and Tequila, Marshall’s pick is the “alcohol-free rum,” mixed Cuba Libre-style with Coke and a squeeze of lime, or pineapple and coconut for a Piña Colada-like drink.