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Mocktails for a backyard barbeque

Don't be left out of the party just because you're not getting boozy. These pretty drinks still have all the fun – minus the hangover

Nothing overly fancy or complicated... just fruity, zingy and refreshing – these bubbly mocktails play well with a casual barbecue, backyard get-together or beach picnic.

While you're at it, check out our recipes for the perfect mocktail to accompany your next barbeque and our mocktail recipes for a super civilised garden party.

Appletiser Botanica
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Appletiser Botanica

The light floral fragrance and fresh fruit flavour makes a refreshing blend for hot summer days.

What: 275ml Appletiser, 10ml elderflower cordial, two wedges of lime, ice.

How:
 Add all the ingredients and serve in a highball glass with cubed ice.

Orchard Cooler
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Orchard Cooler

Orange marmalade adds a burst of bitter-sweetness in this fruity beverage. 

What: About 45ml Appletiser (to taste), 15ml lemon juice, one teaspoon of orange marmalade, one teaspoon of passionfruit pulp, half a passionfruit (garnish), ice.

How:
 Add all ingredients (except Appletiser) to ice-filled shaker. Shake and strain into an ice-filled highball glass. Top with Appletiser and garnish with half a passionfruit.

Apple Limeade
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Apple Limeade

Sweet apple with a citrus twist is a crowd-pleaser for any occasion and super easy to make

What: 275ml Appletiser, one apple, one lemon, fresh cranberries

How: Pour Appletiser into a glass of crushed ice. Squeeze in some fresh lemon juice and garnish with apple slices and cranberries.

Apple Garden Fizz
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Apple Garden Fizz

No need for booze to make it fun – all this leafy drink needs is a barbecue on a sunny day. 

What: Appletiser, to top (approx. 500ml), cucumber chopped into 2cm chunks, eight strawberries hulled and chopped in halves, 12 torn mint leaves, apple chopped into 2cm chunks, one orange wedge per drink (garnish), lime juice (to taste), ice.

How:
 Add all ingredients to an ice-filled jug and stir well. Pour into an ice filled wine glass. Garnish with an orange wedge and a mint sprig.

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