Our best ever mocktail recipes

Need some inspiration for delicious non-alcoholic cocktails? These mocktail recipes are easy to make and perfect for a celebration with friends.

Our colourful non-alcoholic mocktail recipes are anything but boring. Whip up an elegant gin-free G&T bursting with botanical flavours, or try our fruity piña colada mocktail for a retro classic. Perfect for teetotallers, designated drives or simply for relaxed evenings with friends, our mocktail recipes are ideal for kicking off your next celebration. 


For more drinks ideas, like a refreshing pineapple & lime mocktail and a fabulous pear and rose punch, discover our ultimate collection of non-alcoholic drinks recipes.

1. Mojito mocktail

Our mocktail mojito is a tasty non-alcoholic twist on the classic cocktail, skipping the usual rum to create a refreshing booze-free blend that’s ideal for hot summer days. If you prefer your mojito to be a bit sweeter, try swapping out the soda water with lemonade.

Fancy something a little bit different? Check out our ‘pomegranate mojito mocktail’ which contains a delightful mix of pomegranate seeds and juice. 

2. Gin-free G&T

Being the designated driver doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your favourite tipple. This simple gin-free G&T recipe uses chamomile, cardamom, mint, cloves and rosemary to create a divine botanical flavour. Try garnishing with a few mint leaves and pomegranate seeds for an eye-catching flourish. 

3. Non-alcoholic tropical fizz

Our tropical fizz is great alcohol-free thirst quencher that’s ideal for a summer drinks party. Loaded with strawberries, kiwi fruit and pineapple rings, this fruity delight is perfect for entertaining a crowd. It takes just 10 minutes to make, so refilling glasses won’t be an issue. 

4. Mulled apple juice

A wonderful non-alcoholic alternative to mulled wine, our mulled apple juice is ideal when catering for a crowd. Everyone including the kids will enjoy this warming fruity drink and it’s perfect for cosy winter evenings. You need just five ingredients including orange peel, cinnamon sticks and cloves – and it only takes 10 minutes to make.

For more non-alcoholic drinks for Christmas, check out our recipe guide. Everyone can join in with the festive cheer. 

5. Spiced piña colada mocktail

If you like piña coladas and getting caught in the rain, we have a mocktail to top all other mocktails. Our spiced piña colada uses ingenius mock rum syrup, pineapple juice and coconut milk to create a creamy tipple with plenty of tropical flavours. 

To make it even more special, try garnishing with pineapple leaves and a tinned cherry for extra kitsch value. 

6. Watermelon lemonade

This stripy mocktail tastes just as good as it looks. Not only does this watermelon lemonade look amazing, but it’s also vegan and super-simple to make. It’s the perfect choice for a kid’s party or for a thirst-quenching summer drink at a barbecue. Serve with lime, a handful of mint and a bucket of ice that guests can help themselves to. 

7. Cheat’s ginger beer

Nothing says summer like a chilled bottle of ginger beer. Requiring only four ingredients, this easy cheat’s ginger beer recipe creates a wonderfully refreshing alcohol-free summer spritz. Simply put the ginger and lemon into a bowl, pour over the sparkling water or lemonade, blitz until smooth, then strain through a sieve, diluting to taste. Who knew this spicy family favourite was so simple? 

8. Gooseberry & mint lemonade

Lemonade is the ultimate adaptable flavour base for summer drinks. Our scrumptious gooseberry & mint lemonade is easy to prepare and you can make a large batch in advance, before it’s needed. Use up a glut of berries from the garden and create a homemade drink everyone will love, all in one go. 

Want to experiment with more flavoured lemonade recipes? Try our zingy blackberry lemonade, or for a frozen treat to cool you down, try our raspberry lemonade slushies

9. Apple, elderflower & mint sparkle

Perfect for a picnic in the sun, our apple, elderflower & mint sparkle uses elderflower cordial and cloudy apple juice to make a fruity and grown-up, non-alcoholic punch. The recipe can also be easily doubled or halved depending on how many you’re serving. If you don’t have any mint, try swapping it for fresh rosemary.

Got a hunch that you’ll need more punch? Try our driver’s punch recipe with cranberries, blood orange juice and apple.

10. Faux fizz

No party would be complete without something bubbly to hand. Our clever faux fizz is perfect for raising a teetotal toast at any celebration. The apricots, pear, honey, lemon and rosemary make a deliciously fruity syrup base, with a hint of floral flavours. Look no further for a sophisticated tipple that no one will turn down. 

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