Tropical Mocktails

We all love a cocktail with those fruity beach vibes. We also know that sometimes it may be better to cut back on the alcohol intake. But you still want to have fun, right? Well below are some non-alcoholic cocktail recipes to whisk you, your friends and partner off to a tropical island in your own home.

Classic Virgin Mojito

Virgin Mojito

This absolute classic tastes magnificent sans alcohol. This is truly fun to make and will always add a dash of fun to your evening. 

  • 15 mint leaves
  • 30ml fresh lime juice
  • 15ml syrup (elderflower or honey) ice
  • 120ml sparkling water or ginger ale lime wedge optional, for garnish
Step 1
Combine Mint leaves, lime juice and a syrup (elderflower or honey mixed with water). Muddle/crush the mixture to combine well.
Step 2
Add sparkling water or ginger ale and mix

Virgin Piña Colada

virgin pina colada

Do you like - yes and getting caught in the rain. And also not having a hangover in the morning. This creamy delight will certainly bring a smile to your face. Originally created in beauitful San Juan, this is tasty and lactose free.
  • 250ml fresh pineapple juice
  • 250ml coconut milk (the drinkable one not cream)
  • 1/2 lime, juiced
  • 2 tsp icing sugar/powdered sugar
  • Fresh pineapple for garnish

Step 1
Mix pineapple, coconut milk, lime juice, and sugar

Step 2
Shake or stir well and put in a fridge overnight (this ensures the flavours properly combine)

Step 3
Shake or stir before serving and enjoy!

Virgin Moscow Mule

mocktail moscow mule

A mocktail with bite. The edge of the ginger beers and bitters blend perfectly with the citrus notes giving virgin cocktail with a punch. 


  • Ice
  • 30ml fresh lime juice
  • 120ml non-alcoholic ginger beer 
  • Sparkling water
  • 1 splash non-alcoholic red bitters (optional)
  • 1 Orange wedge (optional) garnish
  • mint leave for garnish optional

Step 1
Fill a (copper) mug with ice, add lime juice, ginger beer and optional bitters

Step 2
Stir and top up with sparkling water, and finish with garnish

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