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15 Summery Herbal Mocktail Recipes

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Alcohol-free Garden Cocktails. Virgin drinks made with fresh herbs, edible flowers, wild foraged plants and berries, and other delightful natural ingredients

With warmer days here, picnics, bbqs, and other social gatherings are on the agenda. Aka cocktails galore. Don’t get me wrong, I like a margarita just as much as the next person but sometimes a refreshing drink without booze is more what I have on mind.

This selection of non-alcoholic drinks will make sure that everyone enjoys the summer festivities. Including those who don’t drink, designated drivers, and those suffering from the night before. They’ll be even more delicious with edibles picked fresh from the garden.

Made with: Water, Sugar, Thyme, and Lemon Juice
Made with: Grapefruit, Ice, Ginger Soda, Basil, Basil Simple Syrup

 

Made with: Rosemary Simple Syrup (recipe included), Rosemary, Tangerine juice, Cranberry juice, Cream Soda
Made with: Ginger Ale, Lemon Juice, Mint, Water, Crushed Ice

 

Made with: Water, Lemon juice, Lavender flowers, Ginger, Honey, Green Tea, and Garlic(!)

15 Mocktail Recipes made with Garden Herbs | Straight from the garden, this collection of delicious and refreshing drinks are alcohol-free alternatives to their boozier cousins #mocktail

This one has alcohol in the recipe but I’d try omitting the Gin and using more Raspberry syrup for the Framboise Liqueur

 

Made with: Ice, Sage, Grapefruit juice, Salt
Made with: Peach, Raspberries, Lemon Thyme, Sugar, Water, Club Soda

 

Made with: Mint, Lime juice, Ice, Ginger Beer, Lime wedges

 

Made with: Water, Honey, Lemon juice, Lavender

 

Made with: Rosemary Simple Syrup (recipe included), Pear juice, Lemon juice, Seltzer, Rosemary

 

Made with: Lemon juice, Sugar, Water, Rose Water, Rose Petals

 

Made with: Cucumber, Mint, Lime juice, Sugar, Salt, Water, Ice

 

Made with: Black & Green Tea, Watermelon, Sugar, Water, Basil, Lime juice

 

And finally, not really a recipe as more of a decoration for your drinks!
Made with: Edible flowers such as Calendula, Pinks, Rose petals, Pansies, Nasturtiums, and more

 

15 Mocktail Recipes made with Garden Herbs

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