The 5 Best Recipes for Mocktails

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The 5 Best Recipes for Mocktails

Minggu, 12 Januari 2020

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Just because a mocktail is non-alcoholic doesn't mean it has to be boring! Whether it's for your guests or yourself, it's always a good idea to add a fun and refreshing mocktail into the mix. Here are our favortie easy, delicious, and non-alcoholic recipes to serve up at your next event.

The 5 best recipes for mocktails

1. Winter Sandy

winter sandyIngredients
  • 2 oz Spice 94
  • 1 oz Spiced Apricot Ceylon Shrub*
  • 2 tsp fresh lemon juice
  • 1 barspoon sugar syrup
  • 3 oz Erdinger Nonalcoholic beer

  1. Combine all ingredients in a glass with ice and stir to combine. Garnish with grapefruit zest and grated nutmeg.
  2. *Instructions for Spiced Apricot Ceylon Shrub: Place 5 green cardamom pods, in a pan and dry fry until toasted and tinged brown. Transfer to a large saucepan and add 1.25 cups of Ceylon tea, 1 cup of dried apricots, 3 cups superfine sugar, 1.5 tsp black pepper, and .5 tsp salt and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and leave to cool. Add the vinegar, then strain and bottle the shrub.

By Josh Harris of Trick Dog in San Fransisco for The Seedlip Cocktail Book.

2. Shirley Ginger

The 5 best recipes for mocktails

  • 4 cups Brooklyn Crafted Lemon Lime Ginger Beer
1 cup club soda or seltzer water
  • 3 tbsp lime juice
  • .25 cup grenadine
  • Lime rounds
  • Maraschino cherries
  • Ice

  1. Stir ginger beer, club soda, lime juice, and grenadine in a pitcher. Pour into tall glasses with ice. Garnish with lime rounds and or maraschino cherries.

Courtesy of Brooklyn Crafted

3. Tahitian Coffee

The 5 best recipes for mocktails

(Serves 2)
  • 2 oz lime juice
  • 2 oz orange
  • 1 oz simple syrup*
  • 1 oz passion fruit puree
  • 2 oz guava puree
  • 2 oz cold brew concentrate
  • 3 oz honey syrup**
  • 16 oz ice

  1. Divide recipe between 2 tins and blend with measured ice. Pour into a 12 oz vessel. Garnish with orchids and grated coffee.
  2. *Instructions for simple syrup: Add 1 pound of organic cane sugar to 1 pound of water. Shake and stir vigorously until sugar is thoroughly dissolved. Do not cook. Keep refrigerated.
  3. **Instructions for honey syrup: Mix 3 parts honey to 1 part hot water, by weight. Shake and stir until syrup reaches uniform dilution. Keep refrigerated.

Created by Jim Kearns at Slowly Shirley in New York City

4. Hot Apple Cider

The 5 best recipes for mocktails

  • 10 oz apple cider
  • 1 tsp pumpkin butter

  1. Heat apple cider and stir in pumpkin butter. Garnish with star anise and cinnamon.

Created by Liana Oster of Dante in NYC.

5. Strawberry Fields

The 5 best recipes for mocktails

  • 1.5 oz hibiscus syrup*
  • 1 oz strawberry syrup**
  • Soda to top
  • 3 ice cubes

  1. Combine all ingredients except soda. Shake quickly with three ice cubes. Serve in a collins glass, topped with soda. Garnish with half a strawberry.
  2. *Instructions for hibiscus syrup:
  3. Infuse 4 oz of dried hibiscus flowers into 25 oz room temperature water for at least 6 hours. Strain, compressing all ingredients in the chinois so that almost all of the infusion is reclaimed. Weigh the strained infusion and add the same weight in white superfine sugar to the infusion. Dissolve sugar thoroughly.
  4. **Instructions for strawberry syrup:
  5. De-stem 2 pounds of strawberries and pulse them in a food processor until they are broken up well. Do not puree them. Add 2 pounds of white sugar and let it sit in the refrigerator for about two-three days until a syrup is formed and all the sugar is dissolved.