Mocktail recipes to show off at your hen party!

Wednesday, 20 January, 2016

Cocktail masterclasses were recently voted the most popular hen party activity in the UK and let's face it there's nothing more glamorous than sipping a cocktail in all your vintage finery! If you're not big on alcohol though, does that mean you're left sipping water? Thankfully no! Mocktails - non alcoholic cocktails - are a super alternative to make sure nobody misses out!  Cocktail pros Social and Cocktail show us 5 fantastic do-it-yourself mocktail recipes which will go down a treat at your hen party.


1. Summer Berry Sling

Fresh, fruity and refreshing, this is the perfect mocktail to serve at a Summer Hen Party and a guaranteed hit with all strawberry lovers.

The Ingredients:

6 Strawberries,

10 ml Elderflower Cordial,

10 ml Ginger Syrup,

10 ml fresh Lemon Juice,

60 ml Cranberry Juice,

60 ml pressed Apple Juice,

Garnish – Lemon Slice & Strawberry

How To Make:

Muddle the strawberries in a cocktail shaker. Add the elderflower cordial, lemon, cranberry juice, ginger syrup, and apple juices. Shake hard, and then strain over ice cubes into a highball glass. Garnish with a slice of lemon and a small strawberry.



2. The Nirvana

If you like milkshakes then The Nirvana might just be your favourite drink ever. Smooth, creamy and very luxurious.

The Ingredients:

10 ml Vanilla Syrup,

15 ml Coconut Syrup,

50 ml Strawberry Puree,

50 ml Single Cream,


How To Make:

Fill a large glass or beer mug with crushed ice. Add all the ingredients one by one and stir until well mixed. Garnish with a raspberry and serve with a straw.



3. Virgin Pina Colada

A great version of the classic tiki cocktail, just without the booze. Tastes just as good in our opinion!

The Ingredients:

30 ml Cocont Cream,

90 ml Pineapple Juice,

1 Pineapple Slice

How To Make:

Mix ingredients with crushed ice until smooth. Pour into chilled glass, garnish and serve.



  1. Raspberry Mule

A non-alcoholic twist on the classic Moscow Mule cocktail - the sweetness of the fresh raspberries meld perfectly with the spiciness of the ginger beer and the sourness of the lime.

The Ingredients:

50 ml Apple Juice,

25 ml Lime Juice,

12.5 ml Sugar Syrup,

Top-up Ginger Beer,

5 Raspberries,

Garnish – Raspberry

How to Make:

Muddle the raspberries in a cocktail shaker. Add lime, sugar syrup and apple juice and shake with cubed ice for about 15 seconds. Top up with ginger beer and garnish with a raspberry.



5. Blueberry Mojito

A great alternative to the world's favourite cocktail. Fruity, sweet, tangy and minty – this mocktail has it all.

The Ingredients:

8 Mint Leaves,

15 ml Lime Juice,

15 ml Sugar Syrup,

85 ml Blueberry Juice,

Soda Water,

Garnish - Mint Sprig & Blueberries

How To Make:

Churn the blueberry juice, mint and sugar together in a glass. Add ice and churn. Top up with soda water and garnish with a couple of blueberries and a mint sprig.

Nude Life are Brighton's leading cocktail events company and offer fun & classy hen party cocktail making classes in Brighton. I would recommend you check them out if you are planning a hen party in Brighton.

Social and Cocktail are Scotland’s leading cocktail events company and offer amazing cocktail packages for hen parties. All their packages include a mobile cocktail bar, professional cocktail bartender, cocktail masterclass and a range of delicious cocktails and mocktails. You can find Social & Cocktail over on our Supplier's Directory.


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