Easy mocktail recipes
Want all the flavour with none of the hangover? From elderflower-flavoured summer sips to drinks that'll warm the cockles in winter, our non-alcoholic cocktails will do the trick
Looking for mocktail recipes to try? Want to give a virgin mojito a go? Try our ideas below and check out our homemade shrub recipes – great if you want to experiment with making your own non-alcoholic cocktail ingredients. Next, try our pick of the best non-alcoholic wine and alcohol-free champagne and sparkling wine.
Make a batch of this summery mocktail in just ten minutes using elderflower cordial and fresh fruit and herbs. Pour it into bottles for your picnic hamper, or make in a jug to serve in the garden. Best enjoyed outside in the sunshine.
Make this minty cocktail zero-alcohol by swapping the rum for apple juice mixed with almond extract. All the Cuban style, none of the hangover!
Substitute vodka for a non-alcoholic alternative or sherry vinegar in this booze-free take on a cocktail classic.
Turn this zingy gin cocktail alcohol-free by opting for non-alcoholic gin and mixing with lime and mint syrup.
This grown-up alcohol-free cocktail, made tangy and sharp with kombucha, requires just three ingredients to assemble. Perfect for a refreshing tipple without any of the fuss.
Join in the fun with our convincing mocktail, made with fresh passion fruit, cloudy apple juice, lime juice and passion fruit syrup.
With orange, rosemary, cinnamon and pomegranate, this is a great non-alcoholic sip for the winter – especially at Christmas. If you don’t want to miss out on festive drinks, try giving it a go.
This refreshing summer cocktail recipe can be enjoyed as a non-alcoholic cooler, or a boozy daytime drink with the option of adding peach schnapps. Make up a large batch for a BBQ, picnic or buffet-style dinner and enjoy as an alternative to Pimm's.
This is a take on kinderpunsch, a non-alcoholic German drink served as an alternative to glühwein. Make it for an easy, booze-free drink that'll warm your cockles in the colder months.