Mocktails are one of our favorite things to make with our teas and honeys. As delicious as they are healthful, these drinks make any occasion fun and festive!
You will notice that many of these recipes call for a honey simple syrup. This is super easy to make and is merely 1 part honey mixed with 1 part hot water. It will keep in your refrigerator for up to 3 weeks!
Spicy ginger, zippy lemon, and sweet elderberry make this sparkling mocktail a must no matter the time of year.
6 ounces brewed, iced Ginger Lemon Zen (caffeine-free)
3/4 ounce Elderberry Infused Honey Simple Syrup (1:1 ratio of hone to hot water)
Top with 2 ounces sparkling water
Garnish with a lemon twist
Cranberry & Pine Soda
Packed with antioxidant rich superfoods like wild blueberry, chaga, labrador tea, and fir, Wild Taiga makes an incredibly flavorful and beneficial base for this vinegary mocktail.
3 ounces Wild Taiga Shrub
4 ounces Sparkling Water or Club Soda
Garnish with a sprig of pine or rosemary and whole cranberries
Delightfully sophisticated, this minty and herbaceous take on a matcha is an easy and wonderful mocktail to boost your energy!
2 grams matcha shaken with 12 ounces of iced La Provençale
3/4 ounce European Wild Lavender Honey Simple Syrup
Garnish with a sprig of fresh lavender or rosemary
Sweet Peach Refresher
Bright and refreshing, this sparkling peach and lemon mocktail can be sweet or dry depending on how much honey you want to add!
6 ounces brewed Sweet White Peach
1/2 ounce lemon juice
2 ounces sparkling water
3/4 ounce Peach Infused Honey Simple Syrup
Our take on the espresso martini, this fun mix features tea, coffee, and honey and tastes as luxurious as it sounds!
3 ounces brewed & chilled Coco Shou (brew it strong! we recommend steeping 2grams for 5 minutes)
1/2 ounce Mocha Infused Honey Simple Syrup
1/2 ounce milk of choice
Garnish rim with crushed chocolate or espresso beans and serve in a martini glass
Smokey Lapsang Souchong replaces whisky in this classic cold weather mocktail, perfect for cold winter nights.
12 ounces brewed Lapsang Souchong (5 grams of tea, 205°F water, 3 minutes)
Stir in 1 teaspoon of raw Buckwheat Honey
Serve with Lemon Slice, 3 Cloves, 1 Cinnamon Stick, and Star Anise (if desired)