Creating alcohol-free drinks with party appeal is easy. Choose a delicious mocktail from the tutorial videos below and let an expert mixologist walk you through how to prepare it.
If you’re heading out rather than staying in, many pubs, restaurants, and bars should offer a mocktail menu. And if they don’t, try ordering a ‘virgin’ version of your favourite cocktail from the bartender – one without alcohol.
Legend has it that this kissing cousin to the mojito was invented by Colonel Rickey, a nineteenth-century English officer posted in Washington. For a seasonal twist, try making with crushed ice. Either buy some ready made from your local off licence, or take a rolling pin to a bag of ice in the kitchen.
The Real Shirley Temple
For a spot of film star glamour at your annual drinks do, try this Hollywood classic. Apparently, it was first served to the young starlet by a barman in Beverley Hills when she first hit the big-time. If you’re not a fan of ginger ale, try it with lemonade instead.
This non-alcoholic version of the classic Bloody Mary is a tomato juice drink that you can sip all day and night. For best results, use top quality tomato juice for a rich and authentic taste. It’s also a healthy choice for breakfast.
Sparkling Pom Collins
The Tom Collins is honoured by mixologists around the world as the granddaddy of all modern cocktails. The recipe was first written down in 1876, but this contemporary non-alcoholic version puts a new twist on an old favourite.
Ginger limeade is a deliciously sweet ‘n citrusy mocktail and its sophisticated bite makes it a great choice to keep your guests warm and cosy when the temperature is dropping outside. For best results, cut the ginger as fine as you can so that its natural warmth infuses the whole drink.
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Fantastic blog post! I love a good mocktail, especially when as much care and love has been put into it as its alcoholic counterpart. Great blog post!