A non-alcoholic drink that can jolt you free from a hangover? Yes, please! The non-alcoholic Corpse Reviver No. 2 is exactly what it says on the tin: a strong concoction that delivers a much-needed punch, zapping low spirits back into life.
Despite its name befitting the Halloween season, this ghoulish sensation is also enjoyed off-season, on any occasion. It’s become a highly reliable brunch companion particularly for those looking to jump-start their mornings with a strong yet easy-drinking cocktail.
Our non-alcoholic twist loses the booze but maintains the brute — worry not! The resulting elixir comes out just as potent, elegant, and delicious as your typical Corpse Reviver No. 2, except alcohol-free. This is a must try mocktail!
Non-alcoholic Corpse Reviver No. 2 ingredients you'll need:
- 1/2 oz Non-alcoholic Absinthe
- 3/4 oz Non-alcoholic Gin
- 3/4 oz Non-alcoholic White Vermouth
- 3/4 oz Non-alcoholic Orange Liqueur
- 3/4 oz Freshly squeezed lemon juice
- Orange or lemon peel for garnish
How do you make the best non-alcoholic Corpse Reviver No. 2?
Part of the reason why this 19th-century drink remains popular to this day is how simple it is to make:
Which non-alcoholic Absinthe should I use in my Corpse Reviver No. 2?
You'll be hard pressed to find a non-alcoholic Absinthe but we've find one! Use Lyre's Absinthe as your absinthe replacement. It's a unique spirit crafted to capture the essence of a traditional made absinthe.
Which non-alcoholic Gin should I use in my Corpse Reviver No. 2?
There are many great non-alcoholic gins you can use. If you don't have one yet, we recommend trying Monday Gin, Ritual Gin, Pentire Seaward, or Lyre's Dry London Spirit. These all compliment the non-alcoholic Corpse Reviver quite well.
Which non-alcoholic White Vermouth should I use in my Corpse Reviver No. 2?
Which non-alcoholic Orange Liqueur should I use in my Corpse Reviver No. 2?
There are some solid non-alcoholic triple sec alternatives and we highly recommend using Lyre's Orange Sec, Seedlip Grove 42, or Wilderton Lustre. These are all excellent orange liqueur replacements you can choose from.