Non-alcoholic cocktails should not be a villain. And, there is an increasing number of reasons to enjoy them over their vulgar confrontations. For example, if you are pregnant, if you are trying to improve your overall health, if you take a break from alcohol or if you are just tired of waking up a little nagging.
Wrap with a drink
That being said, having something special to drink at the end of a day is a favorite ritual. A celebration of the species and a way of transition to do list, in a more relaxed frame of thought. I hope these will give some inspiration without a boom. Play around with aqua frescas, shrubs, kombuchas and fresh fruit syrups. Everything can be fun ingredients in mocktail drinks. I like to keep the accessories in fine jars and pancakes and serve in quite a few glass utensils. Enjoy!
1. Rose & Rhubarb Soda – (QUITOKEETO)
Keep the reddish pink rhubarb syrup in hand, and you are just a dip away from a special soda. You love this for brunches, and if you serve the syrup on the side everyone can sweeten with their preferences. Take the recipe here.
2. Iberian, lemongrass, royal and sweet iced tea with honey – (Semi-finished harvest)
If there is a hibiscus made, I drink it. Especially if that is the case! I love the neck of the peel of this flower and the incredible saturation of the (antioxidant) color. Hibiscus, lemon, lime and basil in an electric frozen tea. Take the recipe here.
3. Sugar beet soda – (Healthyish)
Just look at the color! Fresh beet juice is combined with a quick syrup made of tufted sumac. Then you have a little water spray and a jerk of fresh lemon. You love this autumn. Take the recipe here.
4. Domestic Heralds Soda – (101 Cooking Books)
This is what you do with any remaining tarragon you find in your refrigerator. When its sharp branches, the scent is like falling into a cloud of anise, fennel and green black licorice. Making a syrup out of it is simple, maintains a good fridge, and makes a beautiful soda. Take the recipe here.
5. Pineapple Coconut Water – (101 Cooking Books)
Fresh pineapple juice is one of the simple pleasures of life. Enjoy it in this way, filled with fresh ginger juice and rounded with coconut water for an aromatic tropical renewal. Take the recipe here.
6. Mandarin Mandarin – (The Merrythought)
Herbal citrus drinks are a weakness, and I like the unexpected use of mandarin juice here. Rosemary syrup is made separately, which is nice because you can sweeten it easily. Take the recipe here.
7. Revitalizing grain cider – (In Sonnet's kitchen)
Rosemary makes this renewal. Add it to your holiday repertoire this year! Take the recipe here.
8. Chai Blossom – (Healthyish)
I could drink it all day, every day. Perhaps the most vibrant, invigorating thing you can do with Chai spices, lime juice and soda club. Take the recipe here.
9. Watermelon, mint and tomato juice of Louisa Shafia – (Food52)
A beautiful summer option here. And, you can fully activate the melon based on what you have at your disposal. Take the recipe here.
10. White peach syrup – (QUITOKEETO)
When peaches are in a peak season, do it. Take the recipe here.
11. Calendula, Thyme and Tonic Moketale – (Offbeat + Inspired)
The combination of cider and toner here, with a thyme bridge, is very brilliant. Take the recipe here.