Cocktails rose in popularity during the 1980s, but they have become increasingly popular over the past few years. The use of cocktails has proliferated deep into the drinking culture. Those who did not drink alcohol found themselves in a situation where other drinks, by comparison with cocktails, were generic non-alcoholic beverages. Because of the demand for more visually and aesthetic appealing beverage than normal soft drinks, the concept known as “Mocktails” was born. Mocktails, an abbreviation for “mock cocktails”, are festive, non-alcoholic party drinks. The word “mock” implying a facade of the alcoholic cocktail without any of the alcoholic content. In last few years it has become so popular that it even finds its place in the cocktail menu on many restaurant and bars.

Mocktails

Mocktails can be described as a smooth blend of only non-alcoholic beverages, which could be fresh fruit juices, syrups, cream, herbs and spices. Mocktails are designed specifically for those who do not take alcoholic beverages or need to refrain from them, which means these blends can be enjoyed by people of all ages. They are particularly favoured over cocktails by drivers, pregnant women, and others who choose party drinks that are alcohol-free.

Mango Mule

Lime Juice, Cucumber, Mango Puree, Simple Syrup, Three Cent Ginger Beer

Ginger Lemonade Fizz

Ginger Syrup, Lime Juice, Soda Water

Virgin Paloma

Grapefruit juice, Agave Syrup, Lime Juice, Soda Water, Sea salt

Nice Pear

Pear Juice, Lemon Juice, Rosemary Syrup, Soda Water

Tea Time

Villa des Arts Ice Tea of the Day, Lavander Syrup, Lemon Juice, Ginger Beer, Grapefruit Bitters

Pineapple Cobbler

Strawberry Juice, Lime Juice, Pineapple juice, Soda Water

Virgin Cucumber Gimlet

Soda Water, Cucumber, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup

Broonswick Cooler

Coriander Tincture, Ginger Syrup, Lemon Sherbet, Lemon Juice, Soda Water, Nutmeg

Revitalizer

Carrot Juice, Apple Juice, Ginger Syrup, Lime Juice