Mocktails with fizz!
A decadent, delicious pomegranate juice, lime, lemonade and agave combination.
This is so addictive. Pink grapefruit cordial mixed with soda water, it’s the perfect pre-dinner drink. Just get some.
Ooh yeah. A little fussy, but great great flavour. There is a lot of honey in this one, but blends nicely with the lemon and blackberries. Worth it.
Muddled blackberries, lemon, honey, vanilla. Go light on the vanilla for the best results.
Found a fantastic ginger-rhubarb syrup yesterday. With soda water, this makes for a fantastic pre-dinner drink, or a cooler for long hot summer afternoons.
Lots of lovely tart lime, with cranberry juice and grenadine for extra colour and flavour. This disappears quickly!
A pretty name for a pretty drink. Traditionally orange juice and champagne, this was replaced with my favourite de-alcoholised sparkling cuvee.
Definitely better than fake news. This is an awesome de-alcoholised champagne. Australian-made, high in antioxidants, low in calories, and tastes fantastic.
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.
This was a winner. Another honey-based experiment, with the sweetness of blueberries and a bubbly kick.
This could be a new favourite. It’s simple, tops up well, and looks incredibly elegant. And the fizz transforms it from a basic fruit juice into an exciting taste sensation.
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.