Top 10 Classic Mocktails - To give a classy touch to your glass!
People who don't consume alcohol, for them mocktails are the perfect drinks which are tasty and high-class too, especially in some upscale dusks. If you're a non-alcoholic person, then it doesn't mean to have dull & achromic evenings. So, to give a posh touch to your glass when you don't even have a mood to get a hangover, here are 10 classic mocktails that can fascinate your taste buds and assure you to skip the morning headaches.
A bartender at Chasen's in Beverly Hills invented the cocktail in the late 1930s. It's a non-alcoholic mixed drink that is traditionally made with ginger ale and a splash of grenadine, garnished with a maraschino cherry.
Mojito became popular in 1930, in the beautiful Cuban capital of Havana. The delightful virgin mojito is made with fresh mint, fresh lime juice, simple syrup, club soda, and plenty of ice. This refreshing drink is easy to make and packed with flavors.
A drink with an intermingling taste of tomato juice & Worcestershire sauce with a hint of lemon & pepper. It has a touch of carrot and celery that make it more fruitful and less acidic than plain tomato juice.
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A non-alcoholic variant of 'Sex on the Beach' cocktail that turns it into a fruity summer mocktail prepared with cranberry juice, grapefruit juice, peach nectar, and maraschino cherry. It's a perfect mixture of these fruit juices to give a sweet taste with a bit of bitterness.
Margarita was invented by Carlos 'Danny' Herrera at his restaurant Rancho La Gloria, in 1938. Made with lime juice and orange juice, fresh squeezed, it gives a sweet and sour mix to taste buds. It is served with club soda despite alcohol and simple syrup to finish off the drink.
This mocktail is made from a variety of citrus juices mixed with pineapple juice, grenadine, and often Angostura bitters. The citrus and grenadine add up the sweetness and fruity taste with the tartness.
The Caribe Hilton Hotel claims Ramón 'Monchito' Marrero created the Piña Colada in 1954, and Virgin Colada is the non-alcoholic version of it. It's a mixed drink made up of unsweetened pineapple chunks and juice, unsweetened coconut milk, and maraschino cherries for garnishing.
Cardinal Punch belongs to the ecclesiastic family of punches that was a drink popular in the 18th and 19th centuries. It's made of cranberry juice, lemon juice, orange juice, ginger ale, and garnished with lemon and orange slices. In taste, it is a little sweet, a little tart, and entirely refreshing. Overall, it's an easy and fruit-filled punch.
The honeymoon mocktail is a fascinating apple drink that has been enjoying for over a century. It's an interesting mix—a little sweet, dry, and citrus in flavor. Made up of apple-cranberry juice, orange slices, some essence of honey, and ice cubes to chill it, it gives a classic taste.
A fresh Sangria mocktail is perfect for lunch and loved by all, especially kids, and it's healthy though. This fruitful mocktail is made up of fruits like apple, orange, lime, lemon, grape juice, apple juice, and sparkling water.