Virgin Pina Colada
A thick, refreshing, flavoursome, creamy mocktail. Perfect for summer by the pool.
The original Bellini was one-third white peach puree, and two-thirds champagne. This is an equally simple blend of two ingredients – pureed watermelon, and sparkling apple cider.
Berry mint punch
Includes my perennial favourite raspberry cranberry juice – always in my fridge. Mmmm – raspberry cranberry juice and fresh berries..
Two versions: the basic mint/lemon/sugar; and the ginger ale version.
Red grape mocktail
Red grapes are in season. They’re everywhere, they’re cheap, and they taste great. And even better as a mocktail. Simple ingredients, low fuss. Perfect.
A pretty name for a pretty drink. Traditionally orange juice and champagne, this was replaced with my favourite de-alcoholised sparkling cuvee.
Cranberry lime rickey
Lots of lovely tart lime, with cranberry juice and grenadine for extra colour and flavour. This disappears quickly!
Decadence in a glass. The Mudslide is a glorified coffee/ice-cream thick shake, with chocolate syrup drizzled down the side of the glass for added impact.
For the engineering student within. A non-alcoholic rum and coke.
Peppermint Milk Shot
Equal parts milk and ice cream, with a dash of peppermint essence. And made Christmassy with some crumbled candy canes on top of whipped cream.
This is the more traditional kamikaze mocktail – orange juice, lime juice and a dash of bitters.
Omg. This packs a punch. V Energy drink + lemon juice + lime juice. Kapow!
A dream for Alice in Wonderland – an unusual cream and juice mocktail.