Mocktail Recipes

We’ve created some yummy mocktail recipes so you don’t miss the hard stuff this January.

Try our Dry January Spicy Apple Punch…

Dry January Spicy Apple Punch

  • 2 parts apple juice
  • 1 part apple and cinnamon tea
  • 1 part pomegranate juice
  • 1/2 part red grape juice
  • splash elderflower cordial
  • 1/2 an apple sliced
  • orange zest and juice of half an orange
  • cinnamon stick, 5 cloves, 2 cardamon pods, 1 aniseed in a spice bag

Put all ingredients in a pan and warm slowly, letting all the spices infuse. Pour into your Dry January mug and garnish with an apple slice.

Here’s some yummy mocktail recipes using coconut water

1. Homemade Coconut Coffee Frappe

Ingredients:

  • 1 small carton coconut water 
  • 1/2 a can of organic coconut milk (note if its good quality it should be separated so give it a stir up in the can first)
  • 1 cup of ice
  • 1 fresh double espresso
  • 1 table spoon organic coconut oil

Optional: unpasteurised double cream for those ok with dairy

Instructions for preparation:

  1. Get all the ingredients out and ready, brew your double espresso then start to prepare the ingredients
  2. Empty the coconut water and half can of coconut milk into a blender
  3. Add the coconut oil
  4. Add the ice
  5. Optional: add a few good dollops of organic, unpasteurised double cream.
  6. Add the espresso last
  7. Blend for 30 seconds and serve straight away in a cold pint glass, dress with a fresh sprig of mint if you fancy.

 2. The No-jito

Ingredients:

  • 1x 1 litre coconut water
  • 1x fresh organic lime
  • 1 x good handful of fresh mint
  • 1x handful of organic desiccated coconut
  • Smidge of organic honey
  • A bag of ice
  • 2 x cocktail glasses of your choice
  • 1 x cocktail shaker

How to assemble the No-jito

  1. Add a touch of honey round the rim of the glasses & dip them into the dessicated coconut
  2. Fill a blender with a few handfuls of ice & blend until small chunks
  3. Fill cocktail shaker glass with the crushed ice & top up with coconut water
  4. Smash a few fresh tender mint leaves in your hands (clap them together & twist) & throw into cocktail shaker glass
  5. Put a few most smashed sprigs of mint in the bottom of the cocktail glasses
  6. Fill cocktail glasses with more crushed ice & pour over the now chilled cocnut water/ice mix from the shaker.
  7. Load it right up with a small mountain of ice to allow for a bit of meltage
  8. Dress the glass with a sprig of mint, a slice of lime & squeeze a chunk of lime over the top of the drink

Options – Blend some fresh fruit (berries) into a purée & drizzle over the top for added colour & flavour, dress with a slice of whatever berry you use. Add a squeeze of honey if you have a sweet tooth when you shake the mix, or squeeze over the top

 

3. The  Pina – nolada 

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. Add everything to a blender, making sure that the ice is at the bottom for easier blending.
  2. Blend until smooth, approximately one minute, then pour into serving cups immediately.

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