Mocktails Recipes

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Florida

A fruity and refreshing citrusy mocktail

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Roy Rogers

A Roy Rogers is a non-alcoholic mocktail made with cola and grenadine syrup and is garnished with a maraschino cherry. It is named after the actor and singer Roy Rogers and is a popular and easy to make soft drink.

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Virgin Moscow Mule

A non-alcoholic version of the Moscow Mule cocktail. Refreshing, slightly spicy and delicious.

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Cherry Bomb

A Cherry Bomb mocktail is a drink that the whole family can enjoy. Fruity and sweet, it makes the perfect summer party offering. If you are looking for an alcoholic Cherry Bomb, please go to our Cherry Bomb Cocktail recipe.

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Dark and Fruity

This mocktail is a great summer drink that has a lovely purple hue. Sweet and fruity, it’s sure to be a hit with the children too.

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Strawberry Daiquiri

This non-alcoholic Strawberry Daiquiri Mocktail looks just as good as its alcoholic cousin, it’s just missing the rum. Perfect for the younger guest or those who are driving or abstaining.

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Pear and Kiwi Refresher

A long drink that is a mixture of sweet and zesty. The perfect summer mocktail, that looks pretty too.

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Shirley Temple

Every little girl will love drinking this! Pretty, sweet and colourful and of course, non-alcoholic – what’s not to love?

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Cocktails & Mocktails

Wht not try this selection of cocktails & Mocktails

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Dirty Shirley

A Dirty Shirley is the alcoholic version of the kids’ favourite, Shirley Temple. It’s still sweet and refreshing, but with a kick.

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Bamboo

An elegant drink that was created in the 1890s by Louis Eppinger, manager of the Grand Hotel in Yokohama, Japan. The recipe includes both orange and Angostura bitters which gives the cocktail a unique flavour and works perfectly with the dry sherry and dry vermouth.

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Chicago

The Chicago is a brandy-based cocktail that was most probably named after the city of Chicago and has been well documented in numerous cocktail manuals dating back to the 19th century.

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