Dry January at Yamamori
Our best Non-Alcoholic house Drinks
Whether you went a little too hard over the holidays or just want to get 2019 off to a healthy start, we have a gorgeous array of non-alcoholic house drinks, traditional Japanese beverages, and all the classics, too, to complement your meal - and stay on top of your New Year’s resolutions. (Oh, and if you need a bit of help sticking with it, there’s an app for that.)
Here are a few of our non-alcoholic highlights for Dry January:
The crown jewels of our non-alcoholic drinks, Yamamori's range of house-made lemonades are not to be missed. Our six hand-mixed lemonades include Raspberry, Mango, Passionfruit, Ginger, Lychee, and Classic Lemon - all garnished with a mint sprig or fresh fruit, and served over crushed ice in a craft jar mug. Popular with kids and grown-ups alike, our house lemonades are the perfect tasty substitute for those not-so-virgin options.
From left to right: Passionfruit lemonade with vegetarian nori rolls; Lychee lemonade with sushi platter and a special roll; Raspberry lemonade with sushi platter / Photos by Greg Purcell
2. SPARKLING YUZU
Yuzu is a unique citrus fruit cultivated across Asia, with a tangy and aromatic flavour similar to grapefruit. Specially selected for Yamamori by our own GM Graham Ryan, Kimino’s Japanese-made Yuzu drink is a gorgeous and refreshing beverage made from 3 simple ingredients: hand-picked Yuzu fruit, sparkling water from Japan’s Aichi prefecture, and a hint of organic cane sugar - nothing else. Sparkling Yuzu is the perfect craft soda drink to complement our cuisine - non-alcoholically!
Find out more about Kimino Sparkling Yuzu here - and come into Yamamori for a taste.
(And if Yuzu isn’t your thing, of course we have the standard range of soft drinks, including Coke, 7Up, Club Orange, and diet options. What’s not to love about tried-and-true classics?)
3. green tea
A traditional Japanese classic, green tea is simple but not to be overlooked. Green tea is commonly served alongside Japanese cuisine, and is a less oxidized type of tea, compared to black and oolong teas. Lightly caffeinated, green tea also contains the amino acid L-Theanine, which promotes relaxation without drowsiness and can help brain function.
We also offer a range of black and herbal teas for a comforting complement to your meal.
4. still and sparkling h20
Last but certainly not least, the ever-important … water. Essential to the health of all physical functions, it gets the blood flowing, promotes brain function and energy levels, and is even credited with being a basis of all life on this planet - pretty impressive for a such a simple thing! So if you’re looking for news ways to enhance your health this New Year, or staying off the booze for a bit, don’t forget to drink plenty of water.