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Easter Mocktails: Delicious Beverages for the Non-Drinkers

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Mocktails are an integral part of any beverage menu. Not everyone likes different types of alcohol or can drink alcoholic beverages. That’s why, if you are running a business in the hospitality industry, you need to provide enough options for everyone. 

From green mocktails for Saint Patrick’s Day to healthy mocktails and even Easter mocktails - there is a lot of ground to cover. The good news, however, is that if you have a well-stocked beverage inventory and know the basics of making great mocktails, you can change things up for different occasions. 

With Easter coming up in a few short weeks, now it’s time to plan your Easter cocktails, as well as Easter mocktails. It’s the ideal time to add new flavors to your beverage offers and change up the cocktail garnishes to suit spring and this occasion better. 

If you are looking for inspiration or recipes to try, this article is what you need. We will give you ideas on how to make the Easter period exciting for the customers at your bar or restaurant. Let’s get started!

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Easter Mocktails: The Ingredients You Need

The most important first step is to see what ingredients you are going to need. It’s crucial to check your inventory, too, and see if any drink mixers need to be used up soon so they won’t expire. When you know what you have, you can order only the things from the list below that are not currently in your inventory. 

Key Takeaway: Easter mocktails will add variety to your beverage menu and will bring the spring feeling to your bar or restaurant. Stock up on the commonly used ingredients and get inspired by the different refreshing recipes. Don’t be afraid to create your own mocktails, too!

Fresh Fruits

Easter mocktails should be made with different fruits. Not only for the beauty factor but for that spring feel everyone is looking for. Make sure you have a huge stash of: 

  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries
  • Blueberries
  • Kiwi
  • Pineapple
  • Oranges
  • Lemon
  • Lime

You can, of course, experiment with more tropical options but these are the must-have fruits for any bar and restaurant. They can be used in numerous drinks, not only in the mocktails you are making. The majority of them also make a great garnish for popular cocktails.

Fruit Juices 

Although fresh fruits are crucial, you should not skip the fruit juices. Stock up on juices like: 

  • Orange juice
  • Pineapple juice
  • Cranberry juice
  • Pomegranate juice
  • Lemon juice

Juices are an important part of Easter mocktails and there should be a variety in your inventory. They are want is going to add the majority of the flavor and acidity, too. 


To add more aromas to your Easter mocktails, you need to use fresh herbs. They are going to add depth and complexity to the overall flavor, as well. You should always have the following on hand: 

  • Mint
  • Basil
  • Rosemary

These herbs are great ingredients for cocktails and mocktails but also make a great garnish. 

Syrups and Cordials

Syrups are super popular and they are not used only for coffee drinks. Make sure you have enough sweet syrup and cordials like grenadine and ginger syrup. You can add depth and flavor to your Easter mocktails with raspberry syrup and elderflower syrup, too. 

Soda Water or Sparkling Water

Both soda water and sparkling water can make a great base for a bubbly mocktail. These types of water will add effervescence and lightness to the drinks.

Coconut Water

Coconut water can add a tropical twist to your mocktails. It also adds a subtle sweetness to the drink. This ingredient will help you make some great vegan non-alcoholic drinks. It’s a great way to sweeten a drink without adding sugar and increasing the overall calorie count. 

Lemon-Lime Soda 

Lemon-lime soda can be used to create refreshing and bubbly mocktails with a hint of citrus flavor.

Mocktail Mixers

There are non-alcoholic versions of cocktail mixers that you can use for your Easter mocktails. Try non-alcoholic bitters, shrubs, and special syrups designed to be used in non-alcoholic drinks. 

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Easter Mocktails to Make This Spring

There are plenty of great mocktails you can recreate or come up with. However, to make it all easier on you, we have compiled a list of Easter mocktails to try this spring!

1. Carrot Ginger Mimosa

This refreshing mocktail is made with: 

  • Carrot juice
  • Ginger ale
  • Orange slices for garnish

The instructions to make it are as follows:

  1. Fill a champagne flute halfway with carrot juice.
  2. Top with ginger ale.
  3.  Garnish with an orange slice or an orange twist. 

2. Spring Fling Spritzer

One of the most refreshing mocktails you can make this Easter is the Spring Fling Spritzer. For it, you are going to need: 

  • Sparkling water
  • Cucumber slices
  • Mint leaves
  • Lime juice
  • Simple syrup (optional)

Follow the steps below to master the drink: 

  1. Muddle cucumber slices and mint leaves in a glass.
  2. Then, add ice, lime juice, and a splash of simple syrup (not required).
  3. Top with sparkling water and stir gently.
  4. Garnish with a cucumber slice or some mint leaves. 

3. Berry Lemonade Cooler

The ingredients you need for this delicious Easter mocktail are: 

  • Mixed berry juice
  • Lemonade
  • Club soda
  • Fresh berries for garnish

To make the Berry Lemonade Cooler, you should: 

  1. Fill a glass with ice and pour in equal parts mixed berry juice and lemonade.
  2. Top with club soda.
  3. Garnish with fresh berries.

4. Pineapple Mint Sparkler

This sparkler is great for anyone who loves a bit of a tropical taste. To make it, you should have: 

  • Pineapple juice
  • Sparkling water
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • Lime wedges

Follow these steps to create a perfect sparkler: 

  1. Fill a glass with ice and add pineapple juice. 
  2. Top it with sparkling water.
  3. Garnish with fresh mint leaves and a lime wedge. 

5. Coconut Lime Virgin Mojito

Another great mocktail with a tropical feel you can make is this virgin Mojito. To create this recipe, you need: 

  • Coconut water
  • Lime juice
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • Club soda
  • Lime wedges

The steps you need to take to make a great Coconut Lime Virgin Mojito are: 

  1. Muddle mint leaves and lime wedges in a glass.
  2. Add ice, coconut water, and lime juice.
  3. Top with club soda.
  4. Stir gently.

Don’t be afraid to experiment with these recipes or create non-alcoholic versions of common cocktails. Finding something familiar on your menu will pull people in. However, there should always be some custom drinks and unique options for the more adventurous customers. 

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Frequently Asked Questions about Easter Mocktails

If you want to know more about the Easter mocktails you can make for your bar or restaurant customers, read the following paragraphs. We have answered some of the most frequent questions on the topic. 

Are Easter Mocktails Suitable for Children?

Yes. Easter mocktails are perfect for children since they do not contain any alcohol. These mocktails are a great way to make it unique and festive for kids, too. 

Are There Traditional Easter Mocktail Recipes?

While there may not be specific "traditional" Easter mocktail recipes, you can find many popular Easter-themed mocktails. They typically incorporate seasonal ingredients and flavors, such as citrus fruits, berries, and floral notes.

Can Easter Mocktails Be Customized for Different Diets?

Yes! Easter mocktails can be easily customized to accommodate various dietary preferences and restrictions. You can opt for vegan ingredients, sugar-free syrups, or substitute certain fruits or juices to meet specific dietary needs.

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