Top 10 Refreshing Mocktails For The Summer

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Mocktails For Summer

Mocktail can be an ideal drink to quench your thirst and get relief from the scorching heat in the summer months. Being non-alcoholic drinks, mocktails can be enjoyed by anyone from kids to aged individuals. You can find a variety of mocktails that you and your family can enjoy in the summer.

Here Are Some Refreshing Mocktails That You Can Enjoy In The Hot Months Of The Summer:

Watermelon Slush Smoothie

Watermelon slush smoothie is easy to make and easy to drink mocktail. It is prepared from watermelon, one of the coolest and tastiest fruits. Ice, watermelon, and small amount of lime juice are simply blended together for a quick treat. Watermelon slush smoothie also offers lots of health benefits. It helps cleanse and detoxify your body easily. Adding almond milk to it helps you have plenty of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E.

Watermelon Slush Smoothie

Peach Queen

Peach queen is another yummy mocktail that you can enjoy in the summer months. This tasty natural mocktail is prepared from freshly squeezed peaches, ginger ale, and a splash of orange juice.

Peach Queen

Strawberry, Lemon, And Basil Soda

This is another refreshing mocktail, which is prepared by combining fresh lemon juice, four quartered strawberries, basil, sugar, and salt. Basil adds great flavor to the mocktail that you can experience at the first sip.

Strawberry, Lemon, And Basil Soda

Passion Fruit Mocktail

This is another delicious mocktail that you can enjoy in the hot summer. All you need to do is simply mix fresh pulp of the passion fruit with distilled water, lime, simply syrup, and pineapple juice. You can enhance this tasty drink with a sprig of thyme.

Passion Fruit Mocktail

Berry Mocktail

Berry mocktail is one of the scrumptious drinks, which can be prepared using the best berries of the season. Take seven fresh raspberries, three fresh blackberries, two shot cranberry juice, a shot of pressed apple juice, and a bit of honey sugar syrup and freshly squeezed lemon juice. Then you simply need to shake all these ingredients with ice and strain in a glass which is filled with crushed ice. You can garnish it with seasonal berries.

Berry Mocktail

Virgin Mojito

Virgin mojito is another non-alcoholic, refreshing drink which refreshes your body in the summer season. It is quick and easy to prepare drink by using fresh leaves of mint, freshly squeezed lemon juice, sugar, and sprite or soda. Mint lovers in your family will enjoy this fantastic drink to the fullest.

Virgin Mojito

Pomegranate Blueberry Mocktail

Pomegranate blueberry mocktail is another great drink for all to enjoy when beating the heat of summer. It is quite easy to prepare. You need to add blueberries to a vertically tall glass and mash them slightly. Add ice to it. Mix pomegranate juice, white grape juice, and soda in another bowl and pour this mixture in the glass of blueberries. You can garnish this mocktail with a slice of lemon.

Pomegranate Blueberry Mocktail

Blackberry Lemon Mocktail

This is another refreshing, tangy drink which is prepared by using fresh blackberries and lemon puree. All you need to do is combine fresh four blackberries, one tablespoon of lemon juice, and a tablespoon of simple syrup. Crush the berries lightly to release their juice and then add ice to it. Top it with soda. You can garnish it with mint sprig.

Blackberry Lemon Mocktail

Cantaloupe Ginger Spritzer

This is another mouthwatering mocktail which you can enjoy. It is prepared by using peeled, seeled cantaloupe pieces, a peeled piece of fresh ginger root, sugar, water, freshly squeezed lemon juice, and seltzer water. You can garnish cantaloupe ginger spritzer with candied ginger pieces or thin cantaloupe wedges.

Cantaloupe Ginger Spritzer

Canberry Cutie Mocktail

Canberry cutie is a wonderful drink that helps you quench your thirst in the hot summer season. It is prepared by combining fresh canberry juice, Clementine juice, and lemon soda. You can garnish it with a cutie slice.

Canberry Cutie Mocktail

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