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Alcohol-Free Cocktails For Summer

I don’t know about you, but I always seem to drink more in Summer. When the weather is hot, nothing beats a cool glass of white wine or a delicious cocktail al fresco. That being said, during lockdown alcohol consumption across the UK reportedly increased by over a quarter – I know my intake went up a notch! 

Whilst it’s easy to get carried away in the garden or at the park with friends, there are some brilliant alcohol-free cocktails and spirits out there for when you’re in need of some moderation. I’ve collated cocktail recipes from my favourites including the botanical Atopia, South American inspired Caleno and new kid on the block Aecorn. 

I’d love to hear what you’ve been drinking more of this year. Let me know if you make any of these tasty alcohol-free cocktails and be sure to tag me in your creations!

Atopia – Spiced Citrus Paloma
Ingredients
35ml Spiced Citrus Atopia
15ml Agave Nectar
75ml Grapefruit Soda / Pink Ting
Ice
Grapefruit wedge to garnish

Method
Add all ingredients to glass over cubed ice. Stir, top with fresh ice and garnish.

Aecorn – Aecorn Spritz
Ingredients
50ml Æcorn Bitter
Soda
Citrus slide to garnish

Method
Add all ingredients to glass over cubed ice. Stir, top with fresh ice and garnish.

Seedlip – Margarita
Ingredients
50ml Seedlip Grove 42
1 tbsp agave Syrup
20ml fresh lime juice
Soda
Lime slice to garnish

Method
Run a lime wedge around the rim of a glass then roll in salt. Add all the ingredients w/ice to a cocktail shaker. Shake & strain into your glass; garnish with a lime wheel.

Caleno

Caleno – Cafe de Cali
Ingredients
50ml Caleno
25ml espresso
10ml sugar syrup

Method
Add all ingredients to glass over cubed ice. Stir, top with fresh ice.

Everleaf – Gimlet
Ingredients
50ml Everleaf
35ml pink grapefruit juice
5ml honey
Grapefruit peel twist to garnish

Method
In a glass, dissolve the honey in the grapefruit juice. Add Everleaf and ice then stir until chilled. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with a twist of grapefruit.

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