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Five Classic Summer Mocktails

While every season is mocktail season, there is something about the first spring blossoms that put me in the mood for something special. 

 

Picked from our extensive mocktail recipe section, these classic mocktails are guaranteed to put a spring in your step! 

1. Lyre's Negroni Mocktail

Gin mocktails have been top of the mocktail list for a while now and with the introduction of new and exciting non-alcoholic gins, the trend isn't going anywhere. When it comes to gin mocktails, there are almost hundreds to choose from, including classics like the Martini mocktail and of course, creative twists on the good old G&T. 

But for me, it's got to be a Negroni mocktail. Created in italy, it is traditionally made with one part gin, one part vermouth rosso, and one part Campari and it's garnished with a twist of orange peel. 

Negroni mocktail

What you'll need: 

Lyre's Dry London Spirit

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Lyre's Aperitif Rosso

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Lyre's Italian Orange

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2. Good Cocktail Co. Mojito Mocktail 

Mojito mocktails have long been a staple for non-drinkers and were appearing on menus at bars and restaurants way before the advent of non-alcoholic spirits

Mojitos mocktails are fesheshing and flavoursome and you don't need any fancy equipment to make them. In fact, for this recipe, you will only need four items, including a sprig of mint and a handful of ice. Oh, and maybe a beautiful copper mug to serve it in. 

Mocktail mug

What you'll need: 

Good Cocktail Co. Mojito Alcohol-free Cocktail Mixer

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Somersault Sodas Ginger Beer

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Clinq Hammered Copper Cocktail Mugs 

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3. Lyre's Old Cuban Rum Mocktail

Of all the rum mocktails out there, the Old Cuban is a true modern classic. A mash up of the Mojito mocktail and the iconic champagne mocktail, this mocktail pays homage to the Prohibition era of the 1920s, when American socialites flocked to Cuba to party.

It was invented by Audrey Saunders of Pegu Club in New York, and is said to be one of the best mocktails for the rum lovers. 

What you'll need: 

Lyre's White Cane Spirit

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Lyre's Classico

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4. Ovant The Royal Sour

The whisky sour has been around for hundreds of years with some historians suggesting that it was originally a scaled down version of a basic punch. With simple ingredients such as lemon juice, sugar syrup and optional egg white (or aquafaba for a vegan mocktail) it's one of those whiskey mocktails that gives you a big bang for your buck.  Whiskey Sour Mocktail

What you'll need: 

Ovant Royal

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If you don't want to make the Sour mixture from scratch, just cheat and mix in the Mr Consistent Sours Mixer with the Ovant Royal.

[product name="mr-consistent-sours-mixer"]

Or, if you want to skip the mixing all together, you can try the Monday ready to drink Monday Dram sour.

[product name="non-alcoholic-dram-sour-whiskey-inspired"] 

5. Mr. Consistent Cosmopolitan Mocktail

Another modern classic and one that has become synonymous with a girls night out, the Cosmopolitan Mocktail is tart, sweet and sour.

The story goes that bartender Neal Murray created the cosmopolitan back in 1975 at the Cork & Cleaver steakhouse in Minneapolis. Murray says that he added a splash of cranberry juice to a Kamikaze and the first customer to taste it declared, "How cosmopolitan!" 

What you'll need: 

Mr. Consistent Cosmo Mixer

[product name="mr-consistent-cosmo-mixer"]

Lyre's Dry London Spirit

[product name="lyres-dry-london-spirit"] 

Picked from our extensive mocktail recipe section, these classic mocktails are guaranteed to put a spring in your step! 

1. Lyre's Negroni Mocktail

Gin mocktails have been top of the mocktail list for a while now and with the introduction of new and exciting non-alcoholic gins, the trend isn't going anywhere. When it comes to gin mocktails, there are almost hundreds to choose from, including classics like the Martini mocktail and of course, creative twists on the good old G&T. 

But for me, it's got to be a Negroni mocktail. Created in italy, it is traditionally made with one part gin, one part vermouth rosso, and one part Campari and it's garnished with a twist of orange peel. 

Negroni mocktail

What you'll need: 

Lyre's Dry London Spirit

 

Lyre's Aperitif Rosso

 

Lyre's Italian Orange

 


2. Good Cocktail Co. Mojito Mocktail 

Mojito mocktails have long been a staple for non-drinkers and were appearing on menus at bars and restaurants way before the advent of non-alcoholic spirits

Mojitos mocktails are fesheshing and flavoursome and you don't need any fancy equipment to make them. In fact, for this recipe, you will only need four items, including a sprig of mint and a handful of ice. Oh, and maybe a beautiful copper mug to serve it in. 

Mocktail mug

What you'll need: 

Good Cocktail Co. Mojito Alcohol-free Cocktail Mixer

Somersault Sodas Ginger Beer

Clinq Hammered Copper Cocktail Mugs 

3. Lyre's Old Cuban Rum Mocktail

Of all the rum mocktails out there, the Old Cuban is a true modern classic. A mash up of the Mojito mocktail and the iconic champagne mocktail, this mocktail pays homage to the Prohibition era of the 1920s, when American socialites flocked to Cuba to party.

It was invented by Audrey Saunders of Pegu Club in New York, and is said to be one of the best mocktails for the rum lovers. 

What you'll need: 

Lyre's White Cane Spirit

Lyre's Classico

  

4. Ovant The Royal Sour

The whisky sour has been around for hundreds of years with some historians suggesting that it was originally a scaled down version of a basic punch. With simple ingredients such as lemon juice, sugar syrup and optional egg white (or aquafaba for a vegan mocktail) it's one of those whiskey mocktails that gives you a big bang for your buck.  Whiskey Sour Mocktail

What you'll need: 

Ovant Royal

If you don't want to make the Sour mixture from scratch, just cheat and mix in the Mr Consistent Sours Mixer with the Ovant Royal.

Or, if you want to skip the mixing all together, you can try the Monday ready to drink Monday Dram sour.

 

5. Mr. Consistent Cosmopolitan Mocktail

Another modern classic and one that has become synonymous with a girls night out, the Cosmopolitan Mocktail is tart, sweet and sour.

The story goes that bartender Neal Murray created the cosmopolitan back in 1975 at the Cork & Cleaver steakhouse in Minneapolis. Murray says that he added a splash of cranberry juice to a Kamikaze and the first customer to taste it declared, "How cosmopolitan!" 

What you'll need: 

Mr. Consistent Cosmo Mixer

Lyre's Dry London Spirit

 

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