4 Easy Mocktails to Make at Home

4 Easy Mocktails to Make at Home

I don’t know about you guys, but my liver needs a break after the 2020 holiday season. From Thanksgiving until the New Year, the opportunity to sip on adult beverages with family and friends always seems to present itself. And while it makes for a holly jolly holiday season, I always like to start the new year by taking a break from my regular indulgences.

I personally decided to be overly ambitious and do a dietary cleanse in addition to staying sober all month long – a little aggressive I must admit but my intentions were good (lol). Luckily, I had received two healthy cookbooks for Christmas that have made cooking yummy and nutritious meals far easier. But on Friday and Saturday when I get done working at Fixxation Boutique, I still crave a craft tequila cocktail or glass of red wine to unwind from my work week.  

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I figured some of you, who are joining me in the #soberjanuary quest, might have the same cravings at the end of a long week, so I wanted to share some of my favorite mocktails with you! These mocktails are super simple to make using the Owl’s Brew cocktail mixers that we sell in-store at our Sarasota location or online. And because they are 100% booze free, you can enjoy these delicious concoctions whenever you please – even on a Monday!


  1. Watermelon Fizz


  • 1 Part Watermelon Margarita
  • 3 Parts Seltzer
  • Squeeze of fresh lemon juice
  • Fresh mint and lemon wedge, for garnish


  1. Just Peachy


  • 1 Part Strawberry Manhattan
  • 1/2 part peach juice, or half of a fresh peach, muddled
  • -1 part Seltzer water (to top)
  • Fresh lemon juice, to taste



  1. Beat the Heat


  • 1 Part Wicked Margarita
  • 1 Part fresh green juice
  • 1 Part Seltzer water
  • Squeeze of fresh lime juice
  • Fresh cucumbers slices and assorted herbs (thyme and basil are my favs!)


  1. Arnold Palmer’s Cousin


  • 1 Part Citrus Sweet Tea
  • 1 Part Seltzer water
  • Splash of grapefruit juice
  • Fresh lime wedge, for garnish


Let me know in the comments which mocktail you are most excited to try! 



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