mocktail recipes

Mocktail Recipes

Mocktail recipes collection of refreshing and easy-to-make non-alcoholic drinks. Some of the recipes below require only a few ice cubes or no ice at all during the mixing process, which is similar to Lassi, Ayran, and milkshakes. If you prefer frozen/slushy drinks, increase the amount of ice.

Refreshing Citrus Drinks

Orange, Tangerine, Grapefruit

2oz orange juice
2 oz grapefruit juice
2 oz tangerine juice
1oz lemon juice
1 teaspoon sugar
Shake everything with ice and double strain into a goblet or wine type of glass. Garnish with a half lemon wheel.

Raspberry Orange

2 oz orange juice
2 oz raspberry juice
4 cup fresh cream
2 ice cubes
Blend everything and serve in highball glasses.

Peach, Pear, Apple, Rose Hips

1 pear
1 apple
2 peaches
a handful of rose hips
3 glasses of water
honey to taste

The pear and apple are washed and grated on a fine grater; the peaches are peeled and added to the grated fruit. The rose hips are cut in half, cleaned of seeds, and crushed with a wooden mallet. Place the roses in a large saucepan, cover them with water, and bring them to boil. Cover with a lid, reduce the heat to medium, and stir occasionally.
After 1 hour, the water from the rose hips is filtered and added to the fruit. Sweeten to taste and chill. Serve immediately in old fashion glasses.

Fruit or Berry juice Lemonade

150 g strawberries
150 g sugar
1 oz lemon juice
1 liter of water
Squeeze the juice from the strawberries, strain, and puree the remaining pulp. Put it in boiling water and boil it for 10-15 minutes. Strain the mixture, add the sugar and lemon juice, then cool.
Add to the mix the squeezed strawberry juice. Pour the prepared juice into a jug of ice. Top with water for lemonade.

Note: To make apple juice, lemon, or orange juice, follow the steps below as the steps are similar.

  • Apple – the same amount as the recipe above.
    Wash the apples, remove the core with the seeds, and cut them into thin slices. Pour boiling water, add lemon juice and leave to neck for 15-20 minutes. Strain the decoction, add sugar, stir and cool. Serve with ice in highball cups with a straw.

  • Lemon – 3 lemons – the rest of the ingredients are the same
    3 oz of squeezed lemon juice. Cut the lemon peels into small pieces, scald them with boiling water to remove the bitterness. Then put it in with boiling water and simmer for 10-15 minutes. Cool, add the squeezed lemon juice, and pour into a jug of ice. Serve in highball cups with a straw.

  • Orange – 2 oranges – the rest of the ingredients are the same
    Squeeze the 2 oranges. Cut the orange peels into small pieces, and cover with a little bit of boiling water to remove the bitterness. Then put it into boiling water and simmer for 10-15 minutes. Cool, add the squeezed orange juice, and pour it into a jug of ice. Serve in highball cups with a straw.

Strawberries*, Lemon, Soda

2 cups strawberries
3/4 cup sugar
3 oz lemon juice
4 cups of carbonated water
Peel strawberries and arrange them in a jug; each layer is sprinkled with sugar and left in the refrigerator for 12 hours. Then add enough ice, lemon juice, and soda water. Carefully stir so that the strawberries do not crush and pour into balloon cups.
Note: Instead of strawberries, use raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, pineapples, cherries.
If using rhubarb – Clean the rhubarb stems from the outer skin and tough threads. Cut it across into thin slices, put in a jug, sprinkle with sugar, and leave for 12 hours in the refrigerator. Then add ice, cinnamon, orange, cut into thin slices, soda water, and stir.

Ceylon Lemonade

1/2 cup sugar
4 cups of carbonated water
4cups of Ceylon tea
1 lemon or 2 oranges
Cut the lemon or oranges into thin slices, sprinkle with sugar and leave for 30 minutes in a cool place. Then add the iced tea, soda water, and ice to the jug. Stir gently before serving.

Apple and Raspberry Milk

2 1/2 cups of milk
1/2 cup of raspberries
3-4 medium-sized apples
Peel the apples and grate them. Cut into small pieces and mix with cleaned and washed raspberries. Add milk and blend everything well. Double strain, if needed. Serve in cups with teaspoons. For a tall drink, pour into an ice-filled glass.

Peach with Yogurt

1/2 sliced peaches
1 cup yogurt
7 oz ml mineral or carbonated water
honey to taste
Mash the peaches in a larger container or use a blender. Add the puree in order – whipped yogurt, water, and honey.
Stir constantly – use a blender, if necessary. Serve it cold.


1 oz fresh orange juice
2 oz pineapple juice
4 oz coconut cream
a few ice cubes
coconut shavings
Blend everything except the coconut shavings. Pour into chilled glass. Garnish with coconut shavings.

Tea Based Nonalcoholic Drinks

Apple Tea

2 cups of cold black tea
1 cup of apple juice
1 cup of mineral water
1/2 oz lemon juice
3/4 cup of strawberries or raspberries
1/2 cup of finely chopped peaches
Mix the cold tea with apple and lemon juice. Add the fruit and sugar to taste. Stir, keep in the fridge or pour into highball glasses.
Top with mineral water, if desired.

Cider tea

7 sachets of black or green tea
1 cup of apple cider or juice
4 cups of cold water,
1 teaspoon of grated lemon peel
1 oz of lemon juice
2 tbsp of sugar – it depends on the apple cider sugar content

Bring the water to a boil, remove immediately from the heat, add the tea and infuse for 5 minutes. Strain and stir. If you want to serve the tea cold, add the juice and other ingredients, cool to room temperature, and pour into cups on ice cubes.
If the tea will be served hot, heat the juice and add it to the tea with the other ingredients. You can use cinnamon sticks for stirrers.

Apricot Tea

1 cup of tea
1 tablespoon of apricot puree or 2 tablespoons of apricot jam
cream (optional)
Pour the tea over the apricot puree, stir and sweeten to taste. Add cream if desired.

Blackberry Tea

2 cups water
2 bags of black tea
2 oz blackberry syrup
2 tablespoons honey
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Boil water, add the tea, and let it infuse for 5 min. Mix the honey, cinnamon, and syrup, add to the tea and stir.

Cherry Tea

2 teaspoons black tea
1 cup water
4 scoops of vanilla ice cream
2 oz cherry syrup

Brew the tea and steep for 5 minutes. In 2 cups, put 2 scoops of ice cream, pour cherry syrup, and top with iced tea.

Mocha Tea

1 cup cold strong tea
2 tablespoons cocoa
2 cups hot milk
1 tbsp sugar

The cocoa is diluted in a little hot milk, and the remaining hot milk is gradually added to it. Once the mixture is cooled, add the tea and stir. Serve in highball cups with ice. It can be served cold or hot – use hot tea instead.

Vanilla Tea

4teaspoons black tea
2 cups of milk
1 vanilla
Boil milk with vanilla. The tea is added and left to boil for another 4-5 minutes. Remove from the heat and let stand for 4 minutes. Strain and sweeten.

Orange tea

4 large oranges
1 liter of tea
Boil a liter of strong tea, sweeten to taste, and cool in the refrigerator. Squeeze the oranges and add the juice to the tea. Keep a few orange slices and place them on the bottom of the serving glass. Pour the orange tea on top of them.

Lemon Tea

2 cups strong tea
2 tablespoons sugar
2 oz lemon juice
ice cubes
Mix the tea with the juice, dissolve the sugar and serve over ice in highball glasses.

Iced Tea with Cinnamon and Ginger

2 teaspoons of tea
4 cups boiling water
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon grated dried ginger
1 tablespoon sugar
grated lemon peel
Cover the tea, cinnamon, ginger, and sugar with boiling water for 5 minutes. Then strain, calm, and pour into cups with ice. Sprinkle with grated lemon peel.

Orange Ice Tea

4 scoops of orange ice cream
2 teacups cold tea
sugar – optional
cream – optional
slices of orange or tangerine
Put a scoop of orange ice cream in a teacup and pour the slightly sweetened tea on top of it. Garnish with whipped cream and orange slices.

Highland Scottish Tea

2 cups fresh milk
1 tablespoon tea
Heat the milk to boiling and pour it over the tea placed in a preheated jug. Leave for 7 minutes, sweeten, strain, and pour into teacups.

Apple tea cocktail

2 cups cold tea
1 cup apple juice,
1/2 oz lemon juice
Mix tea and apple juice, add the sugar and lemon juice. Stir and serve.

Cocktail with Blackcurrant

2 cups cold tea
1/2 cup blackcurrant juice
1/2 bottle of carbonated water
Mix the tea and the juice, add sugar, and stir. Serve over ice into highball glasses. Top with sparkling water.

Masala Black Ice Tea

2 teaspoon black tea leaves
1 bag of mint tea
1 cinnamon stick
2 clove
1 teaspoon grated ginger
2 cups boiling water
2 oz lemon juice

Pour boiling water over the tea, spices, and mint. Leave for 6 minutes, strain, and sweeten to taste. Once cool, add the lemon juice and pour over ice into highball glasses. If desired, carbonated water can be added.

Spiced Tea

3 cups black tea
1/2 oz lemon juice
1 1/4 oz fresh orange juice
1 pinch of cinnamon
4 cloves
the peel of half lemon
lump sugar
Put the spices (cinnamon, cloves, lemon peel) in a bag, put in a pot with 4 cups of boiling water, and keep on low heat for 10 minutes. Remove the pot from the heat and add the tea, orange juice, and lemon juice. The liquid is kept covered for 3 minutes, filtered, poured into teacups, and served with sugar aside.

Coffee Mocktails

Turkish Coffee with Ice Cream

2 cups strong Turkish coffee
1 1/2 tablespoons honey
1tbsp sugar
2 cups milk
2 scoops of ice cream
a little bit of cream
Dissolve the sugar in the coffee, add milk, cream and honey. Chill it and serve in tall glasses over a scoop of ice cream. You can also add a dash of lemon juice.

Cocktail for Athletes

2 cups of cold coffee,
1/2 cup cream or condensed milk
2 tablespoons powdered sugar, if using cream
2 scoops of vanilla ice cream
Place a scoop of ice cream into a highball glass. Mix coffee, cream and sugar and pour over the ice cream.
Serve with a spoon and a straw.

Coffee with Condensed Milk

1 cup Turkish coffee
1 1/2 cups condensed milk
1/2 cup water
2 egg yolks
Blend everything and serve in tall glasses with straws.

Chocolate Ice Coffee

1 cup of boiled and chilled (decaffeinated) coffee
1 cup of boiled and cooled cocoa
2 balls of vanilla ice cream, cream
The two drinks are mixed and stirred. Fill the glasses to half full, add 1 scoop of ice cream and pour the rest of the cocktail on top. Garnish with cream.

Chocolate Coffee

200 g chocolate
200 ml water
800 ml milk,
200 g sugar,
100 ml coffee

Grate the chocolate and melt it in hot water. Add a thin stream of warm sugar-sweetened milk while stirring. Mix it well. Add the coffee. The drink is served warm in winter and chilled in summer.

Ice Coffee with Cinnamon

4 cups hot coffee
3 cinnamon sticks
3 oz cream
Put the cinnamon in the coffee and let it stand for 1 hour. Then remove the sticks and add the cream. Beat the mixture well and cool. Serve in old fashion glasses with ice cubes.

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