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Delicious Mocktails For Your Holiday Bar

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Are you sober-curious? An estimated 43 percent of drinking-age Americans don’t drink alcohol. Mocktails are not just for kids anymore, and adults appreciate sophisticated options.

As mocktails gain popularity, we have sought high-quality, non-alcoholic spirits to serve at our clients’ parties. We have fallen in love with Seedlip, made from botanicals and spices and contains no alcohol or calories. Seedlip has beautiful bottles that look great on your bar and come in three flavors: The Garden, The Grove, and The Spice. Here is our guide to using them, along with three tasty recipes. Please reach out with any questions. Cheers!

delicious mocktails with orange slices and rosemary sprigs make a great welcome for non-drinkers

The Seedlip Garden – Mimics botanicals in gin. A fresh, herbal blend of peas and traditional garden herbs, including Rosemary, Thyme & Spearmint.

How to use: Savory drinks as the nose is aromatic with pine, black pepper, mint, and rosemary notes.

Recommended Mocktails: Bloody Mary, Tonic Water, Southside, Muddled herb & cucumber drinks

Seedlip Cocktail Recipes #1: The Celery Cucumber Gimlet


1.5 oz Seedlip Garden

0.75 oz lime juice

0.75 oz simple syrup

Four cucumber slices

Half a celery stalk, cut into slices.

Muddle the celery and cucumber in a cocktail shaker with lime juice and simple syrup.

Add the Seedlip Garden. Top with ice and shake vigorously. Double strain into a

salted-rimmed glass (optional celery salt).

The Seedlip Grove – Made from orange, lemon, lemongrass, and ginger. Aromatics of blood orange, ginger, and lemon peel.

How to use: Citrus-forward drinks. Highballs & Sours.

Recommended Mocktails: Tonic, Ginger Ale /Ginger Beer, Cosmo, Margarita

Seedlip Cocktail Recipes #2: Citrus Crush Cosmo


2 oz Seedlip Grove

Two navel orange chunks

0.75 oz lemon juice

0.75 oz simple syrup

1oz cranberry juice

In a cocktail shaker, muddle the orange pieces with lemon juice and simple syrup.

Add the Seedlip Grove and cranberry juice. Top with ice and shake vigorously—strain into a cocktail glass.

The Seedlip Spice – Substitute for rum. Made from a blend of allspice, cardamom, and subtle grapefruit. Aromatics are over-the-top allspice.

How to use: Tropical drinks, Creamy drinks (i.e., nogs, Coladas), Highballs, Coffee

Recommended Drinks: Mai Tai, Pina Colada, Cold Brew Old Fashioned

Seedlip Cocktail Recipes #3: Cold Brew No Fashioned


1.5 oz Seedlip Spice

2 oz cold brew coffee

0.5 oz simple syrup

Three dashes of Angostura bitters

In a mixing glass, combine all the ingredients with ice. Stir well—strain over a

large format ice cube. Garnish with star anise.

Happy entertaining!

xoxo Alix


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