11 Fun Mocktails to Serve at all Your Parties

Hear me out. Mocktails are the new cocktail. Yes, that’s right. These tasty alcohol-free beverages are becoming more and more popular at parties I attend. Whether it be a fun drink that even the kids could enjoy or a beverage for the DD, these mocktails are full of flavor and fun to drink.

One of the best parts of mixing up these mocktails is that alcohol can be added according to everyone’s preference. Just whip up a pitcher or two of your favorite mocktail recipes and place them on a table with small bottles of liquor. Guests can add as little or as much as they would like according to their preference.

You can even set up your own non-alcoholic drink station with different sparkling waters, simple syrups, fresh fruit and cute straws. Everyone can mix their own drink recipe and head back into the party. Fun straws and cups are always welcome.

1. Cucumber Berry Mocktail Spritzer

Blackberry Cucumber soda
Lyndsay Burginger

If you are a La Croix aficionado or just love bubbly drinks, this Cucumber Berry Mocktail Spritzer is for you. Almost reminiscent of a Pimm’s cup, this perfect mocktail mixes together lemonade, fresh mint leaves, cucumber and blackberries. The cucumber blackberry La Croix brings it all together.

Get the recipe here. 

2. Moscow Mule Mocktail

Non alcoholic drinks moscow mule
Like Mother Like Daughter

Spicy and refreshing at the same time, this non-alcoholic Moscow mule substitutes a hearty amount of ginger beer in place of vodka. Mix up fresh lime juice, simple syrup, club soda, mint and pour into a copper mug. Top the drink with ginger beer and garnish with mint and lime slices. You won’t even notice the lack of vodka.

Get the recipe here. 

3. Strawberry Lime Agua Fresca

Strawberry-Lime-Agua-Fresca
Lyndsay Burginger

Translated to, “fresh water,” agua frescas are a great way to incorporate fruit and water into a refreshing drink. Simply place strawberries and lime juice in a blender with water and blend until smooth. Strain out the seeds (or leave them in if you like your drinks thicker) and serve with a strawberry.

Get the recipe here.  

4. Mai Tai Mocktail

Escape the stresses of life without leaving your home by mixing up this nonalcoholic Mai Tai mocktail. It makes such a fun and easy party punch too.
Lizoncall

All you need is a calm ocean breeze with this Mai Tai mocktail. A combination of pineapple juice, orange juice, lime juice and grenadine are mixed together with almond simple syrup and soda water. You can either prepare this drink in a pitcher or a large punch bowl topped with maraschino cherries and orange slices.

Get the recipe here. 

5. Wild Berry Mocktail Shrub

Wild Berry Mocktail Shrub
Lyndsay Burginger

Who knew that drinking vinegars could be so delicious? This Wild Berry Mocktail Shrub begins with a sugary maceration of blackberries, strawberries and blueberries. The next day the mixture is strained and mixed with sparkling water and served with fresh berries. Go ahead, drink some of this sweet vinegar.

Get the recipe here. 

6. Mint Kiwi Lemonade 

Mint-Kiwi-Lemonade
Wide Open Eats

Kiwis and lemon make a great match in this minty lemonade recipe. To begin, heat up your own simple syrup and infuse with fresh mint. Once steeped, add the syrup to the pitcher along with purred kiwi and lemon juice. You can even take this drink one step further and top your glass with sparkling water. So refreshing.

Get the recipe here.

7. Copycat Orange Julius Smoothie

Copycat-Orange-Julius-Smoothie
Wide Open Eats

Cool of with this childhood favorite. Using frozen orange juice concentrate is the key to this icy recipe. The reason is that the orange flavor is more concentrated rather than if you used normal orange juice. The result would be more liquidy than iced.

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8. Key West Cooler Mocktail

Key west cooler mocktail in a slender glass cup, lip lined with sour sugar, metal straw in cup, and an a lime slice on top.
The Stay At Home Chef

If you’ve ever taken a Princess cruise, you’ll know that the Key West Cooler is one of the most popular drinks on the ship. This mocktail version mixes passion fruit juice, cranberry juice, watermelon juice and lemon lime soda for an unforgettable drink. We’ll take three please.

Get the recipe here. 

9. Frozen Piña Colada Mocktail

Frozen Piña Colada Mocktail
Lyndsay Burginger

Bring in summer with the classic combination of pineapple and coconut. Blending together cubed pineapple, coconut water, coconut milk, coconut cream and pineapple juice, this frozen drink doesn’t even need the rum. Be sure to drink these before they melt!

Get the recipe here. 

10. Guava Lime Kombucha Mocktail

Refreshing Guava Lime Kombucha Mocktail - the light and delicious mocktail, perfect for any time of the year! #whole30 #mocktail
The Wooden Skillet

Kombucha is all the rage right now. A fermented tea, kombucha is filled with heathy probiotics to make your gut happy. This beautiful pink mocktail combines the taste of guava kombucha with lime mineral water. One sip and you’ll be hooked.

Get the recipe here. 

11. Raspberry Italian Cream Sodas

raspberry-italian-soda
Wide Open Eats

Sweet and refreshing, Italian sodas are totally customizable. This raspberry soda uses raspberry syrup but you could substitute that out for lemon, blueberry or even something exotic like rose. Add the syrup to the glass, followed by sparkling water and ending with a touch of half-and-half. Delizioso.

Watch: Regional Sodas That Should Be Sold Everywhere.