3 non-alcoholic drink recipes

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Would you like to have a good drink, but for various reasons you don’t want to drink alcohol? It’s not the end of the world. Bartenders and barmaids are racing to create the tastiest bar offers without a drop of alcohol. But if you don’t want to go to the bar, check out our suggestions for alcohol-free drinks.

Green frog


  • 90 ml grapefruit juice
  • 70 ml pineapple juice
  • 50 ml blue curacao (non-alcoholic)
  • sugar and a slice of lime for decoration


Mix juices and non-alcoholic liqueur in a shaker. Dip the rim of the glass in grapefruit juice, then coat with sugar and garnish with a slice of lime. Pour the drink into the glass and enjoy the green madness.

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Mohito for the driver


  • Sprite/7up
  • sparkling water
  • teaspoon of brown sugar
  • a few mint leaves
  • ice
  • sliced or quartered lime


Put lime and mint in a low glass (can be whisky glass). Add sugar and crushed ice to ⅔ of its height. Top up with Sprit and sparkling water in a 2:1 ratio.

Banana Island


  • 1 cup banana juice
  • 100 ml coconut milk
  • 30 ml of orange juice
  • 30 ml of sparkling water
  • ice


Mix juices in a shaker. Pour into a tall glass, into which you put ice beforehand.

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