Your favourite mocktails, with fruit juices as the core ingredient. Surely that means they’re healthy?
- Pomegranate mojito mocktail
A decadent version, using lemonade instead of soda water. But oh so refreshing. Try it. Ingredients 2 mint leaves 2 lime wedges Dash agave syrup 60 ml pomegranate juice 120 ml lemonade Optional Pomegranate seeds and mint sprig to garnish …
- Watermelon lime mocktail
This is the best watermelon mocktail of all. Beautifully balanced with lime and agave syrup. Forget the rest.
- Kamikaze Mocktail
This is the more traditional kamikaze mocktail – orange juice, lime juice and a dash of bitters.
- Kamikaze Shot
Omg. This packs a punch. V Energy drink + lemon juice + lime juice. Kapow!
- Cranberry lime rickey
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.
- Spicy watermelon mint agua fresca
Watermelon, lime, mint, honey and a dash of tabasco. A perfect slightly spicy accompaniment for a spicy Nandos chicken.
- Rosemary grapefruit mocktail
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.
- Mint Julep
There seem to be two main variations on mint julep mocktails: the basic one, really focusing on the mint, with a little lemon and sugar; and one that tries to be closer to the adult cocktail, using ginger ale and lemon to mimic the bourbon of the original adult drink. This is the basic one.
- Lime Rickey
Originally this was going to be a Grenadine Lime Rickey, until I found a lovely recipe at Saveur. Pure and simple, with lovely muddled wedges of lime at the base. A classic.