How Alcohol-Free Cocktails Gives The Best Experience of Drinksby Mocktail Club Premium Non-Alcoholic Cocltails
Summary: The following article provides brief information about alcohol-free cocktails. A mocktail is a non-alcoholic cocktail: a mixed drink without the liquor! A non-alcoholic mixed drink is a cocktail-style beverage made without alcoholic ingredients.
Alcohol-free cocktails, or "mocktails" as they are sometimes called, are pretty trendy in spas and fitness clubs, but they are also present on the menu lists of many bars. As people become more and more aware of the importance of healthy living, this doesn't come up as a surprise. And bartenders agree: bartending without alcohol is as fun and fulfilling.
Creating an alcohol-free drink that wows the clients is not always an easy task. Some juices don't match together, and sometimes the wrong blends (different juices with milk, for example) have undesired secondary effects (stomach acidity, stomach ache, etc.).
Best For Drivers & Pregnant Women
Bartenders learned that pregnant women and drivers who still want to look cool mainly prefer alcohol-free cocktails. Because when they are bartending, they use traditional cocktail glasses, it's hard for outsiders to say whether you drink an alcoholic or non-alcoholic cocktail. You can even "fake" a margarita, and no one can tell the difference (unless they taste the drink).
Delicious in Taste
A delicious craft mocktails to enjoy Saturday nights (or any other night, for that matter) is the Saturday Night Shake, made of half a cup peanut butter, half a cup chocolate syrup, 1-cup cold milk, and two scoops of vanilla ice cream. The ingredients need to be mixed in a blender for a few seconds. Then pour into a chilled highball glass and enjoy.
Some Exciting Recipes
And if you love your margaritas, don't worry: the bartenders came up with a Mocktail Margarita! You'll need lime juice, lemonade concentrate, confectioner's sugar, crushed ice, club soda, lime slices, and coarse salt. The mocktail is not easy to prepare, and it needs time to reach its whole aroma. Mix one-cup confectioner's sugar with 5-6 cups crushed ice, 12 oz lemon juice, and 12 oz lime juice and then freeze the mixture for about 30 minutes (from time to time, stir the mixture to prevent it from freezing into hard blocks of ice).
After 30 minutes:
- Take 2 cups of this mixture and pour it into a blender; add 1-cup soda club and mix for a few seconds.
- Prepare your margarita glass by dipping the rim in coarse salt as you prepare traditional margaritas.
- Pour the blended mix and garnish with lime slice.
It is not so simple, it is time-consuming, but it is also delicious and refreshing, the perfect drink for a hot summer night. Plus, by drinking it instead of traditional margaritas, you avoid those harsh mornings after. Everyone knows that margaritas give the nastiest hangovers.
Last but not least, here's a bartending alternative to the famous Bloody Mary: Virgin Mary. Made of 3 ounces of tomato juice, ½ ounce of lemon juice, a drop of Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, Tabasco sauce, and a celery stalk to garnish the mix. Pour the ingredients over ice in a highball glass mix and add spices to enhance the taste. If the drink is cold enough, you'll not even miss the taste of the vodka.
Tips To Pour Drinks
One bartending tip: the Virgin Mary is an excellent hangover remedy. The mixture is rich in vitamin C from tomatoes and lemon juice. The drink will help stop the urge for more alcohol. Non-alcoholic beverage helps cure the hangover is the tomato juice and not more alcohol. When you have a hangover, you only stress your liver if you drink more alcohol.
You can make the hot or cold water delicious simply by adding chopped ginger and lemon. Ginger will further help you in losing weight by speeding up your metabolism. However, you can also make a delicious and thirst-quenching beverage by adding lime, mint, and cucumbers to water and allowing these to get soaked overnight. The beverage can further sweetened by adding chunks of watermelon.
Along with flavored water, you can also consider drinking carbonation. Carbonation can also help you in staving off eating. In addition, carbonation can use to make a variety of delicious mocktails. For instance, you can make a mocktail by combining lime, club soda, and grapefruit. The grapefruit is effective in boosting your metabolism.
You also can choose from a variety of low-calorie fruits to dress the mocktail up. Similarly, you can make a mocktail to boost your digestion by combining lemon, ginger, lime, mint, and tangerine. Finally, if you take alcohol, you can add vodka to the mocktails and drink a
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