Kombucha mocktail recipe
Summer is the perfect time for sipping a glass of something delicious in the sunshine. Cocktails and spritzers are often the order of the day, but you don’t have to have alcohol to have a good time. This delicious kombucha mocktail recipe from the team at Everleaf is sure to tempt your taste buds. But you can experiment with any of our favourite non-alcoholic drinks or try using an aromatic tonic water or flavoured soda water. This will also help add a spritz of fizz if you’re using a homemade kombucha.
Kombucha is an ideal non-alcoholic alternative for summer. Thirst quenching and with a satisfying fizz, kombucha is full of beneficial bacteria that can help to support our gut health. This recipe uses a ginger and lemon kombucha. Make your own at home, or buy ready-made online or in-store.
Honey and ginger syrup add a satisfying sweetness and tang to this kombucha mocktail recipe. Buy local honey if you can. Honey that comes from outside the UK, and especially those countries not in the EU, can come with a risk. Some bees are artificially fed corn syrup, rather than natural flower nectar. Buying local honey is also thought to help hay fever sufferers thanks to its local pollen content. Pollen may be one of the most beneficial parts of honey so, if it’s pollen you’re after, avoid filtered honey varieties which strain it away.
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- 40ml non-alcoholic spirit, such as Everleaf, or aromatic tonic water
- 120ml ginger and lemon kombucha
- 5ml honey and ginger syrup
- Add ice to a highball glass.
- Add the ingredients to the glass, mixing well.