Top 7 Non Alcoholic Cocktails

Top 7 Non Alcoholic Cocktails

Cocktails are a staple for a party, a hot summer’s day, or even just to enjoy with your partner. But what if you’re looking for a fun non alcoholic cocktail recipe, to try at home? There are plenty of delicious alternatives that you can easily make at home. Here are some of my top 7 non alcoholic cocktails recipes that are going to impress your family and friends, while also being super delicious. 

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Top 7 Non Alcoholic Cocktails Recipes 

What are some good virgin cocktails?

Top 7 Non Alcoholic Cocktails
Virgin Margarita
  1. Virgin Margarita – A Mexican Classic 

This Mexican classic can easily be turned into a delicious non-alcoholic mocktail. Sweet and tangy, all you’ll need is lime juice, agave nectar, and a pinch of salt. Shake the ingredients, grab a chilled Margarita glass, line the glass with salt (or sugar), and enjoy. For an extra added touch, serve with a wedge of lime. 

  1. Shirley Temple – For Ginger Ale Lovers 

A Shirley Temple drink consists of grenadine, ginger ale, and a splash of lime juice. A refreshing and fun option for all ages. Mix all of the ingredients, serve in a tall iced glass, and (if you want to be extra fancy) top off with maraschino cherries. Fun fact: A Shirley Temple is originally a non-alcoholic drink anyway! 

  1. Virgin Mai Tai – Sweet and Tangy 

This classic tiki drink is just as delicious without the alcohol. Made with pineapple juice, orange juice, and a splash of grenadine. Shake the ingredients over ice and serve in a short glass with ice and fun toppings such as a slice of pineapple or maraschino cherries. 

Top 7 Non Alcoholic Cocktails
Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri
  1. Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri – Better Than The Original 

A delicious and sweet non-alcoholic version of the classic daiquiri. Made with fresh strawberries, lime juice, sugar and lemon or lime soda. Blend all the ingredients together in a blender until smooth. Serve in a tall glass with a rim of sugar. 

  1. Virgin Mojito – Refreshing Delight 

A virgin Mojito is the perfect refreshing drink. You’ll need mint leaves, lime juice, sugar and soda water. Crush your mint leaves in the glass to release more flavour, then add your sugar, lime juice, ice and finish off with soda water. Decorate the glass with a mint leaf or slide of lime. 

  1. Virgin Peach Bellini – Fizzy Buzz

Get yourself some fresh or canned peaches, sugar, sparkling water and you’re ready to mix! Blend the peaches to make a peach purée, then mix everything together in a prosecco shaped glass. This fizzy drink is fancy and delicious, perfect as a brunch cocktail or evening drink. 

Top 7 Non Alcoholic Cocktails
Virgin Piña Colada
  1. Virgin Piña Colada – Exotic Sweetness 

Blend together pineapple juice and coconut cream or coconut milk, pour into a cocktail glass and top off with a splash of lime juice. Serve with a slice of pineapple or maraschino cherries for that luxurious tropical finish. 

These are some of my favourite non-alcoholic cocktails and non-alcoholic drink ideas. Super easy to make, refreshing and fun. Why not try making some the next time you have a party? Impress your guests with these deliciously sexy non-alcoholic cocktails. Cheers!  

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Frequently Asked Questions 

  1. What is the difference between mocktails and cocktails?

The main difference between a mocktail and a cocktail is that a mocktail doesn’t contain alcohol, while a cocktail does. 

2. What is the most popular non-alcoholic cocktail?

One of the most popular non-alcoholic cocktails and drinks that is ordered is soda. Soda that can be paired with different ingredients, garnishes and ice, to make it into a virgin cocktail. 

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