• Home
  • Articles
  • Easy Mocktail Recipes to Create No/Lo Alcohol Mixology Crafting Drinks

Easy Mocktail Recipes to Create No/Lo Alcohol Mixology Crafting Drinks

No-Lo Alcohol Mixology Cover

Let’s embark on a non-boozy journey to explore flavours and blends for your house party in the non-alcohol/low alcohol category in your party menu to prove that no alcohol doesn't equate to no fun. In this new and innovative world, flavour will reign, and alcohol will take a backseat. 

We will bring easy mocktail recipes to make your taste buds groove to the mesmerising flavours. Buckle up to challenge your creativity and find the ingredients dancing in your party glasses very soon!

Easy Mocktail Recipes

New times, new trends

Once upon a time, non-alcoholic bar drinks were confined to sodas and basic fruit juices. But the tables have turned now! Non-drinkers are no longer sidelined and enjoy a new era of bar drinks that are specially crafted for them. Enjoy the symphony of ingredients and artistry!

Meet the superstar elements

Make fresh fruits, spices, herbs, and syrups your best friends when you enter your tantalising laboratory! These will add unique and exciting flavours to your bar drinks and elevate them to sky levels. No non-drinker will regret tasting the blend of these carefully selected ingredients in your party menu.

To get the amazing flavour we want, fresh fruits like lemons, oranges, berries, grapefruits, pineapples, and apples must be used, as well as herbs and spices like lavender, rosemary, and mint. Syrups such as honey ginger, vanilla bean, blackberry-basil, orange clove, and coconut cream, which are finer infusions of mixes, are made using the same kinds of fruit extracts, herbs, and spices.

The texture is equally important as the components. Add soda water, fresh juices, or coconut water for the effervescent, velvety texture. After adding these, the drink will be no less than a masterpiece for your tongue.

Don’t miss the mocktail garnish in any case. It is not a mere decoration but an element that makes the drink visually appealing, adds aroma, and enhances its flavour. The mocktail garnish tells a story about the theme of the drink. Talking about some garnishing ideas, adding a sprig, a fruit peel, or a leaf can do magic by adding to the remaining beauty of the drink.

1. Tropical spice cocktail

Here’s an easy mocktail recipe for your reference.


- ½ a cup pineapple juice

- ¼ cup of coconut water

- ¼ cup of ginger syrup

- Cinnamon

- Crushed Ice

- A slice of pineapple


- Pour the pineapple juice, coconut water, and ginger syrup into a shaker. 

- Add some cinnamon to the mixture. 

- Put some ice in the shaker and shake vigorously until you obtain a perfect blend. 

- Pour the blend into a glass filled with crushed ice. 

- Garnish the drink with a slice of pineapple and some cinnamon on top. 

- Sip it up!

All the home bartenders accept this invitation to dream, experiment and create these wonderful mixes. Shine a spotlight to the world that no/lo drinks can also do the talking as much as their alcoholic counterparts. Why keep it a secret if you have more ideas and recipes for your own no/lo drinks? Present your mixology skills globally by sharing them on The Bar blogs.

This content is not available in your location