Non-Alcoholic Specialty Drink Recipes

by Nehal P. DialABottle
With countless opportunities to toss a celebration or entertain family and friends (holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, engagements, baby showers, etc.) it really is smart to have an array of drink recipes on hand for any occasion.

Alcohol consumption are always popular, nonetheless it is a good idea to involve some non-alcoholic choices readily available as well; for just about any under-agers, nondrinkers, or pregnant parties. The next recipes often leave you with the choice to include alcohol of your decision as well, which will make them versatile!

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Raspberry Mint Crush

2 cups sugar
2 cups boiling water
1 cup red raspberries
1 couple of mint
2 cups lime juice

Dissolve sugar in warm water and chill; add berries, crushed with mint and lime juice, and chill 2-3 hours in refrigerator. Strain and pour over cracked ice in small glasses and serve with additional mint leaves. This recipe makes enough for 12 small glasses. A great idea is always to buy beverage coasters in coaster sets which have pink or magenta colours on them to complement the drink. Green edgings on the coasters would add to the visual.

Planters Punch

2 cups orange juice
2 cups lemon juice
2 cups grenadine
3 quarts ginger ale
Rum flavouring (to taste)
Strawberries and sliced pineapple for garnishing
Mint leaves for garnishing

Mix juices, grenadine, and rum flavouring and chill 12 hours or overnight. Add ginger ale right before serving over ice. Garnish with strawberries, pineapple, and mint leaves. Makes enough for approximately 60 servings, with respect to the size of the drink glasses you decide to serve the drinks in.

Lime Rickey

Juice of just one 1 large lime
1 teaspoon sugar
Club soda

Stir lime juice and sugar together within an 8-ounce glass, add 2 large ice, fill glass with club soda and stir again. Garnish with slices of lime. This drink looks great with matching green cocktail napkins, lime-coloured absorbent coasters, and even coloured plastic cocktail glasses.

Grape Juice Lime Rickey

Juice of 1 small lime
2 ounces grape juice
1 teaspoon sugar
Club soda

Stir together in an 8-ounce glass, add 2 large ice cubes, fill the glass with club soda, stir again, and serve with stirring rod.

Kumquat Rickey

Juice of 3 kumquats
1 teaspoon sugar
Club soda

Stir kumquat juice with sugar within an 8-ounce glass. Add 2 large ice, and the shell of half of a squeezed kumquat. Fill glass with club soda and stir again. Serve garnished with mint leaves.

Grape Juice Fix

8 parts grape juice
2 parts lemon juice
1 part pineapple syrup

Mix ingredients and serve in tall glass over cracked ice. Garnish with mint leaves.

Pineapple Daisy
1 part grenadine
2 parts lime or lemon juice
8 parts pineapple juice

Mix ingredients and pour into goblet over cracked ice. Serve decorated with pineapple sticks and fresh strawberries, if available. When you can discover specialty drink glasses, table coasters, or cocktail napkins decorated with images of fruit (lemons, oranges, limes, pineapples) it'll enhance the visual appeal!

Raspberry Daisy

1 part Grenadine
2 parts lemon juice
8 parts raspberry syrup

Mix ingredients and pour into prepared goblet over cracked ice. Float whole fresh raspberries in this drink for a highly effective party-like look.

Dummy Daisy

1 part Grenadine
2 parts lime or lemon juice
8 parts orange juice

Mix and pour into prepared goblet and stir with cracked ice. Decorate with orange slices and a sprig of mint for gala occasions.

Mint Cooler

Crush 1 or 2 sprigs of mint with one or two 2 teaspoonfuls sugar in underneath of the glass, add the ice, decorate with lemon peel, and fill glass with ginger ale.

Lone Tree Cooler

Juice of just one 1 lemon and ½ an orange with 1 ounce grenadine. Fill with club soda.

Spicy Coffee Cooler

15 whole cloves
2 sticks cinnamon
½ cup ground coffee
7 cups boiling or cool water
1 cup powdered sugar
1 tablespoon granulated sugar
1 cup heavy cream, whipped

Add cloves, cinnamon, and coffee to water and brew as usual; strain and add powdered sugar. Pour into tall glasses half-filled up with crushed ice; top with sweetened cream and dust with cinnamon. These measurements serve enough for about 6 people.

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