What is a Mocktail?
A Mocktail is a non-alcoholic drink consisting of a mixture of fruit juices or other soft drinks.
Why is it called mocktail?
Because of the demand for more visually and aesthetic appealing drinks than normal soft drinks, the concept known as "Mocktails" was born. Mocktails, an abbreviation for "mock cocktails", are festive, non-alcoholic party drinks.
1 cup Freshly squeezed blood orange juice (approximately 3 oranges)
¾ cup Non-alcoholic beer
½ tsp Simple syrup (recipe below)
1 tbsp Chopped fresh mint
1 cup Granulated sugar
1 cup Water
Juice oranges and pour into measuring cup.
Add chopped mint to the juice and stir.
Let steep and chill in the fridge for 15-20 minutes.
Pour through a sieve and into chilled serving glass.
Add chilled beer and simple syrup and stir to combine.
Garnish with fresh mint leaves and enjoy!
In a small saucepan bring water to a boil.
Add sugar and stir until dissolved.
Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes stirring often.
Remove from heat and let cool in saucepan.
Pour syrup into glass jar or bottle.
Store in the fridge for up to 1 month.