As a bartender, I have seen an increasing demand for non-alcoholic drinks. And the Highball Non Alcoholic Cocktail is one of the most popular ones out there.
These drinks are refreshing, easy to make, and perfect for those who want to enjoy a delicious drink without the buzz.
But what exactly is a Highball Non Alcoholic Cocktail? Well, in simple terms, a Highball is a cocktail that is made up of a base spirit and a mixer.
However, when it comes to non-alcoholic Highballs, the base spirit is replaced with a non-alcoholic alternative. This means that you can enjoy the same delicious taste without the alcohol.
The beauty of Highball Non Alcoholic Cocktails is that they are incredibly versatile. You can use a variety of mixers to create unique and delicious drinks.
From soda water to ginger ale, there are endless possibilities when it comes to creating a Highball Non Alcoholic Cocktail.
In this blog post, I will be sharing some of the best Highball Non Alcoholic Cocktail recipes. These drinks are perfect for any occasion, whether you are hosting a party, or just looking for a refreshing drink on a hot summer day.
So, get ready to tantalize your taste buds with some delicious and refreshing Highball Non Alcoholic Cocktails.
1. Floradora Cocktail
The Floradora Cocktail is a non-alcoholic twist on the classic gin cocktail. This pretty pink drink is made with raspberry syrup, lime juice, and ginger ale, and is perfect for any time of day.
Named after a Broadway musical comedy, the Floradora was originally made with gin, but our version uses non-alcoholic pink gin instead. Serve it in a highball glass and enjoy with friends or when you’re feeling fancy. If you're a fan of citrus paired with raspberry syrup, you'll love this refreshing and flavorful cocktail.
2. Roy Rogers
The Roy Rogers is a classic and easy-to-make non-alcoholic cocktail that is perfect for those who love the combination of sweet and salty flavors. This mocktail is made with cola and grenadine and is garnished with a cherry on top.
Named after the famous singer and actor, Roy Rogers, this drink is a great alternative to the popular Shirley Temple. The Roy Rogers is a great choice for parties or for a little something fancy at home. If you're looking for a non-alcoholic cocktail that is both refreshing and delicious, the Roy Rogers is definitely worth a try.
3. Gin Rickey
The Gin Rickey is a classic highball cocktail that is perfect for those hot summer days. Made with fresh-squeezed lime juice, gin, and soda water, this cocktail is simple yet refreshing. It's a great option for those who love vodka and soda water with a lime, but want to try something new.
The addition of gin gives the cocktail a unique flavor that is sure to impress. Some recipes call for a bit of sugar to sweeten the cocktail, but it's just as delicious without it. If you're a fan of gin, this cocktail is a must-try. It's perfect for sipping on a patio or enjoying at a summer BBQ. Give it a try and see why it's a classic cocktail that has stood the test of time.
4. Horse's Neck
The Horse's Neck is a classic non-alcoholic cocktail that has been around since the late 19th century. Its unique name comes from the long, loopy lemon twist that curls inside the glass.
This cocktail is visually appealing and has a pleasant taste that warms your body with every sip. It's a refreshing and satisfying drink that is easy to make and perfect for any occasion.
5. Mint Julep
The Mint Julep is a classic cocktail that has been around for over a century. This non-alcoholic version is perfect for those who want to enjoy the refreshing taste of a Mint Julep without the alcohol.
The drink is served in a silver or pewter cup, which allows the frost to form on the outside of the cup, making it the perfect drink for a hot summer day. The Virgin Mint Julep is a thirst-quenching, ice-cold, fizzy drink that is loved by both kids and adults.