Water can help us escape the heat, but it’s not nearly as yummy as these non-alcoholic summer cocktails! Try making some of these delicious drinks and see for yourself!
1. Safe Sex on the Beach
This is the non-alcoholic variation of the super popular cocktail called Sex on the Beach. It’s perfect for all the hot summer days when you don’t feel like drinking alcohol.
- 3oz of grapefruit juice
- 3oz of cranberry juice
- 2oz of peach nectar
- one cherry to garnish your cocktail
Pour all the ingredients in a highball glass – over ice, of course. Garnish your cocktail with a maraschino cherry, and serve it with a straw.
2. Virgin Mojito with Lemonade and Apple Juice
A mojito is a tasty mixture of mint and citrus flavors. This is the best possible alternative to regular Mojito there is!
- 8 springs of mint
- 1oz of apple juice
- 2oz of lemonade
- club soda
- 1 teaspoon of brown sugar
- some ice
Use either a muddler or a simple plastic spoon to muddle the mint leaves, and brown sugar. Add the apple juice and the lemonade, and then add the ice until the glass is almost full. Finish the drink with some club soda.
Cinderella is a refreshing, fruity summer cocktail you’re going to love! It’s based on citrus flavors with just a splash of pineapple sweetness.
- 3 lime wedges
- 1 lemon
- 1 part of pineapple juice
- 1 part of orange juice
Muddle the lemon and the lime. Shake with pineapple and orange juice over ice. Serve it in a chilled tulip glass.
4. Virgin Mary
This is the non-alcoholic version of the classic Bloody Mary cocktail. It’s not only super tasty, but also very healthy!
- 1 teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce
- 125ml of tomato juice
- 15ml of lemon juice
- 2 teaspoons of celery salt
- 1 teaspoon of black pepper
- 1 celery stalk
- a couple of lemon wedges
- some ice
Pour some ice into your cocktail shaker and add the rest of the ingredients. Shake it well. Serve it in a highball glass, garnished with a celery stalk or a pickle garnish.
What are your preferred non-alcoholic cocktails? Share some of your favorites in the comments below!
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