Hi friends–it’s a good day on the blog today, because we’re talking all about batched recipes!!!!! Batched mocktail recipes are a favorite of mine; they up-level any event but give you the freedom to step away from behind the bar which gives you the freedom to enjoy your guests and party—it’s a win-win if you ask me! I pulled together my most favorite batch recipe vessels (like the thing a drink goes in) from my favorite shops around the interweb and put them all in one place for you. #yourewelcome Get it here! Get it here! Get it here! Get
Bartenders! Listen up! This one’s for you! Today my team and I have selected some of our favorite EASY-TO-MAKE mocktails for you to check out, so that you can whip something up for that non-a drinker sitting across your bar. Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade Water, sugar, lemonade, sparkling water, and some raspberries–it’s pretty likely you’re going to have all of this behind your bar (and if you don’t have the raspberries, substitute with something else tasty that you do have on hand!). Try It here! Cranberry Orange Mocktail “Hmmmm, what do I have on-hand to make this patron something yummy?” We’ve
Ingredients 2 oz pear juice 1 oz lemon juice sage infused honey (to taste) sage leaf, garnish Instructions In a shaker, combine the pear juice, lemon juice, and sage infused honey. Shake up and serve–don’t forget to add a sage leaf as a beautiful garnish.
My team and I have rounded up five delicious mocktails for Halloween night, whether you’re out walking the streets with a group or staying in solo. The Sacrifice I’m not lying when I say baby is a show-stopper. She’s pretty, and yeah, she tastes good too! Candy Corn Mocktail We just couldn’t leave this one out—do you like candy corn? Harvest Apple Mule My team was excited to find this one (they’re kinda obsessed with mules–of the moscow variety usually). Pairing the lemon juice with the apple cider is genius, and if you omit the vodka, you’re going to wake