Non-Alcoholic Cocktail Recipes

We’re more than halfway through Dry January, and if your non-alcoholic cocktail menu is getting a little tired, try pepping it up with one of these unique creations.

Ghia Romarin

Ingredients:non-alcoholic cocktail recipe
1 oz Grapefruit Juice
.5 oz Rosemary Syrup
.5 oz Simple
.5 oz Lemon Juice
3 oz Ghia Le Spritz

Combine all and shake. Add Le Spritz. Strain into collins glass, add ice, and garnish with rosemary sprig.

Recipe from BAR CHRYSTIE.  Photo by Liz Clayman.


Passionfruit Mojito

Ingredients:nonalcoholic recipe
6 mint leaves
1.5 oz Passionfruit syrup
.75 oz lime juice

Shake all ingredients except soda and strain into a snifter glass filled with iced cubes. Top with soda. Garnish with mint bouquet.

Recipe from Iris. Photo by Hanna Lee Communications.


Garnet Shandy

Ingredients:nonalcoholic recipe
1 Cinnamon stick, whole
0.5 teaspoon Pink Peppercorns, whole
1 teaspoon Green Cardamom, decorticated (separated from the pod)
1 satsuma orange (or any winter citrus)
Cranberry Juice
*can also use other baking spices as desired*

Measure 8 oz cranberry juice and set aside. Lightly crack spices and toast in a dry saucepan over medium heat until aromatic. Pour the cranberry juice over the toasted spices and cook over medium heat until it simmers. Turn heat down to medium low. Slice your winter citrus and add wheels to the pot and simmer for five minutes. Strain and sweeten with honey (or other preferred sweetener). Cool and keep refrigerated.

To mix:
Select your favorite tulip glass or flute. Fill most of the way with Suntory ALL-FREE, and measure 1 oz to 1.5 ounces of spiced cranberry base into the glass. Pour slowly so that it layers for a fun two-tone effect.

Recipe by Kumiko Bar Owner Julia Momosé for Suntory ALL-FREE.


Melon Lemonade

Ingredients:melon lemonade
1.5 oz Melon syrup
1.5 oz lemon juice
2 oz water

Shake all ingredients together. Strain into a highball glass filled with iced cubes. Garnish with a lemon wheel.

Recipe from Iris. Photo by Hanna Lee Communications.


St. Clement’s

3.5 oz good quality orange juice
3/5 Fever-Tree lemon Tonic Water
Orange wheel to garnish
Lemon wheel to garnish

Fill a highball with ice cubes. Pour over the orange juice and tonic. Garnish with an orange and a lemon wheel. For even more flavorful drink, squeeze some additional fresh orange wedges into the glass.

Recipe from the book Fever-Tree Easy Mixing.


Coco-nuts for You

Ingredients: spirit free recipe mocktail
4oz Lipton Green Tea Citrus
4oz Coconut Water (try O.N.E. Coconut Water)
Small Cube Ginger (about 1′) Peeled and Diced

Peel cube ginger (about 1″) and roughly dice. Place in a shaker tin and muddle. In a blender, add 4 oz Lipton Green Tea Citrus, 4 oz coconut water and 3-4 ice cubes. Blend until smooth. Pour into glass with muddled ginger at the bottom. Garnish with a citrus wedge.

Recipe from Lipton Green Tea Citrus.


The Honey Greyhound

Ingredients:mocktail spirit free recipes
1 part Optimist BRIGHT
Sparkling water
1/4 oz Honey
Grapefruit slice
Rosemary sprig

Build OPTIMIST and grapefruit juice in a glass and stir well. Add in ice and top with sparkling water. Drizzle in honey and garnish with rosemary & grapefruit slices.

Recipe from Optimist BOTANICALS.