Non-alcoholic cocktail recipes

Itโ€™s summer, there will be outdoor birthday parties, barbecues with friends and dinners under the moon. Whatโ€™s better than a cool, delicious non-alcoholic cocktail, so you can drink in company without worrying about having to drive back in.

Qui di seguito quindi tante ricette per colorare i nostri bicchieri nelle sere dโ€™estate. You are spoilt for choice among the many colorful cocktails strictly non-alcoholic and of which many ingredients will also be good for our health. For example, ginger that is used in different cocktail preparations is a good anti-inflammatory and can serve against headaches or joint pain.

So letโ€™s start with the non-alcoholic versions of the best-known cocktails.

Virgin Bellini

There are various recipes for this cocktail, the one I propose is light

Ingredients for about two doses:

  • ml 120 sparkling water
  • ml 90 peach juice
  • ml 30 lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon pomegranate juice.


Take the shaker glass, put some ice, sparkling water, peach juice and lemon juice and finish the tablespoon of pomegranate juice. Shake everything and serve in flute-like glasses.

Tropical cocktail

Ingredients: doses for about 3 glasses.

  • ml 100 of orzata syrup
  • ml 100 mint syrup
  • ml 400 milk
  • ice just enough.


here, too, the shaker is used where after putting the ice, the orzata syrup of mint and milk are combined. Shake the whole thing and serve.

Virgin Mojito

Ingredients for a glass.

  • Crushed ice
  • ml 150 sparkling water
  • half of lime and a slice to garnish the glass
  • 5 mint leaves
  • 1 teaspoon brown sugar.


crush with a pestle in a container the lime chopped with brown sugar. Add the mint leaves, stirring slowly so as not to dry them, at this point add the sparkling water and ice.

Virgin colada

This is also the non-alcoholic version of the most famous pina colada, of course in this version there is no rum.

Ingredients for a glass:

  • 230 grams of coconut milk
  • 90 grams of pineapple juice
  • 1 splash of lime juice
  • crushed ice
  • to garnish the glass with a slice of pineapple.


Also for this cocktail we will use the shaker. Put the ice and pineapple juice in the container, add the lime juice and shake the whole thing. Pour into a glass and garnish with a wedge of pineapple.

Bloody Mary non-alcoholic

Dose for 2 glasses:

  • 300 grams of tomato sauce
  • 1 bottle of tonic water
  • 4/5 drops of tabasco
  • a pinch of salt and a pinch of pepper.


mix the tomato sauce with the tonic water, salt and pepper, combine the drops of tabasco and crushed ice. Serve with a sheet of parsley for garnish.

Shirley Tample

This is the most famous non-alcoholic cocktail created for the little actress.


  • cl 100 tonic water (or soda)
  • cl 100 of ginger ale (it is a drink made from ginger root extract)
  • cl 50 of grenadine syrup
  • ice just enough.


Mix the tonic water (or soda), with the ginger ale and grenadine syrup, add the crushed ice and serve with the garnish of a slice of lemon or lime.

Ginger Spritz grapefruit and basil

  • 1 bottle of ginger ale (it is a non-alcoholic drink made from ginger extract),
  • cl 6 of pink grapefruit juice
  • cl 2 of basil syrup.


again shake crushed ice with ginger ale, with pink grapefruit juice and basil syrup. Garnish the glass with a couple of basil leaves.

Non-alcoholic strawberry cocktails

ingredients for 2 glasses:

  • 50 raspberries
  • 150 grams strawberries
  • 1 bottle of tonic water.


wash and cut the strawberries and raspberries put them in a mixer and blend. Then pass the mixture that has been created in a colander to remove all the lumps and seeds, add tothetonic water and crushed ice and serve with a strawberry or a gal raspberry.


A very quenching cocktail but that is also a great antioxidant.

Ingredients for a person

  • 60 grams pineapple juice
  • 60 grams orange juice
  • 60 grams lemon juice
  • crushed ice, just enough
  • to garnish a slice of lemon or orange

We use the mixer for this recipe, add the various juices after putting some crushed ice and serve very cold.

Basil syrup

It is a very useful syrup for different types of non-alcoholic cocktails, also serves to make more good homemade cakes and also serves as a remedy against cough and sore throat.

You can also prepare it at home, melting 250 grams of water with 80 grams of sugar, then add a dozen basil leaves and let the mixture macerate for a couple of hours. It is stored for a few days in the fridge.

To conclude I will say that to make non-alcoholic cocktails you also need a lot of imagination. You can make them with so many types of seasonal fruits smoothies and passed to the colander, the additions to the juices are almost always ginger ale, tonic water and ice.

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