Let’s have a little chat about mocktails. Specifically, about tropical mocktails like this ginger beer hibiscus mocktail.
One of the many pleasures of working from home is being able to take a break when the sun comes out and whip up a smoothie like this kiwi, mango and pineapple smoothie, sit in the sunshine, drink it and forget about the world.
This pineapple daiquiri cocktail is super easy to make with pineapple juice, white rum, lime juice and some sugar syrup. African recipe.
Yeap. It is always 5 o’clock somewhere – which means someone somewhere could be drinking this tropical pineapple sangria.
There is a new favourite cocktail around here. Yeap, the argument settling, friendship remaking, evening saving hibiscus Moscow mule.
Offer your guests a different take on a Christmas mulled tea with this hibiscus and pomegranate mulled tea.
I have been on a mocktail kick recently. I have worked my way recently through quite a few of them including this guava coconut mocktail, a rosemary and ginger beer infused mocktail and now this fruity lime and ginger beer mocktail with lots of fruit.
My passion fruit and coconut daiquiri is made simply with coconut rum, dark rum, sugar syrup, lime juice and some passion fruit, mango and carrot juice all blended up with some ice. A real taste of the tropics in a glass and perfect now that the weather it getting warmer.
Sometimes it is all about non-recipe recipes like this cucumber and rosemary infused ginger beer. Don’t you just love these? It is one of those drinks that is absolutely perfect for entertaining.
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