Mocktail Recipes to Entertain Your Non-Drinking Party Guests

After all those lockdowns and isolation measures to help prevent the spread of Covid, isn’t it nice to get back to getting together with family and friends? We certainly think so. Humans are social creatures, and all that time alone didn’t do much good for anyone’s spirits. Unfortunately, many folks began enjoying their adult beverages a little too much during this time, as many studies have shown.

That’s why it’s important to offer alternatives to alcoholic beverages at parties and social events at your home or anywhere else. Even if you don’t have guests with alcohol issues, some people have to drive back home, work the next day, or simply aren’t drinkers. That’s why mocktail recipes are becoming so popular. Continue reading the article below to learn more about these delicious mocktails.

A Cucumber Vesper


● 3 cucumber slices

● .25 oz. lemon simple syrup

● 2 bar spoons of apple cider vinegar

● 2.5 oz. gin (non-alcoholic)

● 1.5 oz. Amethyst Lemon Cucumber Serrano

● .5 oz. dry vermouth

● 5 droppers of orange bitters


1. Place the three cucumber slices in a shaker tin and the simple lemon syrup and apple cider vinegar and mix it up.

2. Add the non-alcoholic gin, dry vermouth, Amethyst, bitters, and ice, and shake it until it’s chilled.

3. Strain it through a mesh sieve into a chilled glass and add a fresh cucumber slice for garnish.

2. Carly’s Pink Lemonade


● 1.5 oz. pink gin (non-alcoholic)

● .75 oz. simple syrup

● .75 oz. lemon juice

● 3 droppers of New Orleans bitters

● 5 oz. soda water (to top)


1. Add the lemon juice, simple syrup, pink gin, bitters, and ice to a cocktail shaker and mix until chilled. 2. Stain the liquid into a highball glass, add ice, and top with soda. Give it a quick stir.

3. Garnish it with a lemon slice

5. The Hemingway Daiquiri


● 2.5 oz. white rum (non-alcoholic)

● .75 oz. fresh lime juice

● .5 oz. fresh grapefruit juice

● .25 oz. orgeat syrup

● 3 droppers of New Orleans bitters


1. Combine all ingredients into a cocktail shaker, add ice, and shake until chilled.

2. Strain the liquid into a chilled coupe glass. Garnish with a lime wheel and cherry.

A Champagne Cocktail (A Mocktail Recipe for Toasting)


● 1 sugar cube

● 5 oz. sparkling wine (non-alcoholic)

● 2 full droppers of bitters

● Lemon peel twist garnish


1. Put the sugar cube in the bottom of a Champagne flute. Sprinkle it with 2 dashes of your choice of bitters.

2. Add the non-alcoholic sparkling wine to the glass, preferably a dry wine.

3. Garnish it with a lemon twist. This expresses the oils over the drink.

There are Countless Other Recipes to Explore Even if these drinks become a staple at all of your gatherings and events, don’t be afraid to expand the menu. There are thousands of other exciting and tasty non-alcoholic drinks you can offer to your non-drinking guests.

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