Delicious Bar10der berry goodness

Bar10der does Mocktails – How to make non alcoholic cocktails

How to make non alcoholic cocktails

The Bar10der has begun getting thumbs up in households around the country. Not just as a cocktail maker, but as a mocktail maker too. That’s right, you can finally make non alcoholic cocktails for the family, non-drinkers or for those who don’t want to miss out on your newly found hobby but have to drive home. Lets see how to make non alcoholic cocktails.

The main rule of a cocktail is that there must be three ingredients, but that does not necessarily mean they have to be alcoholic. It just takes a little bit of imagination. Have a look at Pinterest page to see some delicious examples. Be adventurous with herbs, levels of sweets or maybe even trying a little bit of spice, to find your favourite combination. This one of our favourite mocktails:

The Meg Ryan: A Bright & Bubbly Blended Berry Drink (Makes one drink)

Delicious Bar10der berry goodness

1 cup berries (whatever is in season)

1 tsp lemon juice

2 tbsp honey

1 cup soda water

Alcohol or not, the Bar10der is the  best tool to be creative with your fruit slicing, citrus zesting and juice straining. You can make flavoursome treats for the children adding a little sophistication to any occasion.

You can have a classy beverage containing no alcohol whatsoever, avoiding that dreaded hang over. You can get that sweet thirst quench easy peasy (you do the lemon squeezy) just in time for those spring and summer afternoons. Plus, don’t forget the transition from mocktail to cocktail is that far off. Just add a dash of your favourite spirit, and you may just create your very own unique cocktail.

Let’s see how you make  non alcoholic cocktails. Please share any interesting combinations you have thought off, tasted or no definitely don’t go below.

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