Cold-Pressed Cocktails

November 2018 - Drinks

Cold-Pressed Cocktails

If you’re going to have a drink, why not have one with nutrient-rich cold-pressed juice!? Pick up some of our juices and stay healthy(er) this holiday season.

Cold Pressed Cocktails

Alive Collins

Hydration and detox are key in avoiding a hangover, and that is exactly what this mix has to offer. The water and mineral packed ingredients make sure you have all the fun without pain the next morning.

  1. Muddle fennel and cucumber in a cocktail glass.
  2. Add agave syrup, gin, lemon juice, and Nourish juice. Fill glass with ice, top with seltzer, and stir gently to mix.
  3. Garnish with fennel and cucumber.

Cold Pressed Cocktails

Thrive Mary

This twist on a classic Bloody Mary tastes delicious, while the beet juice helps counteract the negative effects of alcohol. Beets and celery are very beneficial in assisting with liver detoxification and reducing inflammation.

  1. Stir ingredients in a cocktail glass. Stir to combine.
  2. Garnish with celery, bean, or asparagus.

Nourish Margarita

The margarita that nourishes like a meal! This blend is a powerhouse of anti-oxidants and loaded with minerals to help protect and nourish while getting your fiesta on.

  1. Shake ingredients in an ice-filled shaker.
  2. Strain into a margarita glass with crushed iced.
  3. Garnish with mint and cucumber.

Recover Gimlet

Our version of a gimlet runs the gamut of nutritional benefits. It is full of anti-inflammatory ingredients to help repair and boost the system.

  1. Shake ingredients in an ice-filled shaker.
  2. Strain into a chilled martini glass.


This green version of a mojito has all the mojo you’ll need to stay hydrated while you have your holiday fun.

  1. Muddle 2 cucumber slices, mint, lime, and brown sugar in the base of a glass.
  2. Add vitalize juice and gin to glass along with crushed ice and stir.
  3. Top with ginger beer.
  4. Rim the glass with a salt and sugar blend, garnish with lime and fresh cumbers.
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