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Our favorite soft drinks

There are many occasions in which we can feel compelled to consume alcoholic beverages. Well, most of the celebrations or social acts are carried out around these. But you don't always have to fancy a drink. So we see that every time they come to the market new soft drinks. Furthermore, we are sure that you would be amazed to know the large number of non-alcoholic cocktails that exist. Here we are going to leave you a list of our favorites.

Beware, there are many non-alcoholic cocktails

For many reasons you can get to any establishment and not want any alcohol. And that's not why you're going to be the odd one out of the group. On the contrary, they are becoming more common and more non-alcoholic cocktail alternatives appear. To which their popularity has placed them as their own drinks, called mock tails. Such is their demand that bartenders offer an infinite range of these drinks. We are going to guide you with a list of our favorites. Of course, this is going to be according to our opinion, because for tastes the colors.

San Francisco

A drink that takes us back in its entirety to our childhood. Since it is the favorite choice of children. Its ingredients can be easily found in any store and supermarket:

  • 15 cl of orange juice
  • 3cl lemon juice
  • 6cl pineapple juice
  • 3cl of peach juice
  • 3cl grenadine
without alcohol
San Francisco /source: okdiario.com

Scarlett Dream

a delicious drink whose luxurious appearance represents its taste. To do it you only need:

  • 2 small tablespoons of lime juice
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • 1cl raspberry syrup
  • 50 ml soda
  • 1 handful of raspberry
  • 1 sprig of mint
  • Grenadine
  • sugar

Watermelon daiquiri

A new version of this famous drink recognized for its combination of white rum with lemon juice, lime and sugar. On this occasion, withwatermelon as the protagonist and, of course, without alcohol.

  • 200 gramos de watermelon pulp
  • 10cl of white grape juice
  • 4 tablespoons of syrup
  • 4 tablespoons lemon juice

Non-alcoholic michelada

Like the previous option, it is a new solution without alcohol. If you don't know what a michelada is, we'll tell you. It is a beer mix with lime juice, salt and various sauces. If all this combination catches your attention, wait, attention! Ice is added to the beer. You can try this unique cocktail with these foods:

  • 1 third or non-alcoholic beer can
  • Lime juice
  • Tabasco, Worcestershire sauce
  • Maggie Juice
  • tomato juice (optional)
  • Sal Island


If you are not a fan of sweet flavors, this is your drink. “The Tom Collins is a classic cocktail made with gin. take out the gin, however, and you have the base for a fantastic non-alcoholic cocktail. A simple combination of fresh lemon juice, sugar syrup and sparkling water. You can change the sparkling water for any other bubbly drink” explains Emma Stokes, creator of Gin Monkey.

And more than non-alcoholic cocktails

Maybe if you go to your trusted bar you won't find these cocktails on the menu. Nevertheless, there are simpler non-alcoholic drinks that will surely serve you. Beyond the typical Coca-Cola, Fanta, Trina, Nestea... These are, for example, the Lemonade. A simple water and lemon drink that has multiple versions such as pineapple, berries, etc. Another option are the juices and smoothies of practically all fruits.

without alcohol
smoothie /source: pexels

Other more traditional options are teas and iced coffee. Bar manager at The Anchor Inn in Seatown, David Smith, explained that “Most people who love coffee have had iced coffee. But I make a tastier version with heavy cream and mint syrup; almost like a virgin espresso Martini. It is great for summer and when just one espresso isn't enough".

It may be because you are a minor, a driver or simply because you do not like or feel like alcohol. What is clear is that nobody forces you to consume. This is demonstrated by the wide variety of non-alcoholic beverage offerings. We have only told you a few since they are our favorites. And yours? do we agree?