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Mocktail Pairings for Charcuterie Grazing

Mocktail or cocktail, learn how to create a perfect pairing with your drink of choice.

Whether you’re extending “Dry January”, sober-curious, or just prefer a mocktail, we’re got the perfect charcuterie pairings for you. These match-ups are all about creating a savory morsel that keep you coming back for more.

Traditional Prosciutto + Paloma

Our traditional prosciutto offers the melt-in-your-mouth texture people are seeking. A refreshing Paloma mocktail made with grapefruit juice, lime juice, and soda water will perfectly balance the saltiness of the prosciutto.

Bresaola + Sangria

This ruby red, sweet and aromatic slice of dry-cured beef goes well with Sangria. Make it a mocktail with cranberry juice, orange juice, fresh fruit and sparkling water which is sure to complete the tasting experience of the delicate flavor of bresaola. We also suggest creating a salad topped with shaved Parmigiano cheese, olive oil, and topped with bresaola to elevate your greens.

Genoa Salame + Bloody Mary

A classic staple of any charcuterie board, genoa salame is perfection. With a smooth rich flavor and clean finish, mix this bite up with a spicy mocktail such as a Virgin Mary made with tomato juice, hot sauce, and Worcestershire sauce to bring out the bold flavors of the salami.

Traditional Chorizo + Shirley Temple

Chorizo is here to pack a punch. Pair this slice with a sweet mocktail such as a Shirley Temple, made with ginger ale and grenadine, to balance the spiciness. Craft your bite with a piece of aged Manchego and French baguette to deliver a taste you’ll never forget.

Gourmet Uncured Pepperoni + Mojito

Pepperoni is a classic pizza topping but it also is a great slice of charcuterie, thick or thin. Pair a slice with a citrusy mocktail, such as a Mojito made with lime juice and club soda, which will contrast the smoky, rich flavor of the pepperoni.

These delicious drink pairings will elevate your charcuterie board and impress all your guests.

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