If you fancy hosting a cocktail party for a birthday celebration, hen party, graduation or house warming, but also want to cater for the non-drinkers – don’t panic. There is now an excellent non-alcoholic cocktail menu available at Social and Cocktail Events.
At Social and Cocktail Events the attitude is that you don’t have to banish flavour just because you want to avoid alcohol at a social occasion. Over the last decade bartenders across the UK have been creating a whole range of delicious mocktails or adding clever non-alcoholic twists to some of the most popular classic cocktails. The great thing about non-alcoholic cocktails is that they can be enjoyed by adults and children alike. They are also cheaper and hangover free.
Social and Cocktail have years of experience working with non-alcoholic cocktails and below you can find their current favourite Non-Alcoholic Cocktails.
Top 5 Non Alcoholic Cocktails
1) Summer Berry Sling – View Recipe
This drink is an explosion of flavours including: strawberry, ginger, elderflower and lemon. The Summer Berry Sling is the ultimate refresher on a hot summer’s day or any social gathering.
2) Raspberry Mule – View Recipe
This is a non-alcoholic twist on the classic Moscow Mule. The sweet and tangy raspberries balance perfectly with the sour of the limes and spiciness of the ginger beer
3) Blueberry Mojito – View Recipe
The mojito is probably the most popular cocktail in the world today, so it is no surprise that there is an amazing “mocktail” based on the drink. This is for blueberry loves everywhere, with the mint, sweet and sour all in place to help recreate a fruity version of the classic cocktail.
4) The Nirvana – View Recipe
If you like strawberry milkshakes then this is the pimped up version. Vanilla, coconut, strawberries and cream all meld beautifully here, for what is essentially a dessert in a glass.
5) Cinderella – View Recipe
The Cinderella is bursting with tropical flavours and is a great cooling, summer drink. The name and delightful appearance also make it perfect option for a kid’s birthday party.
What's your favourite non-alcoholic cocktail?