October 09, 2015

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Champagnette Cocktails

1 Tablespoon of your favourite 1883 syrup such as Lavender, Elderflower, Strawberry or Grenadine (Mixed Berries)

Enough alcohol free sparkling wine to fill your glass

Pour your choice of syrup into the glass

Top up glass with your favourite sparkling white wine
October 08, 2015

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Virgin Cherry Cosmo

An alcohol-free version of the famous American cocktail, with lush cherry notes. Success guaranteed.


100 ml 1883 Cherry syrup
50 ml 1883 Triple Sec syrup
100 ml lime juice
250 ml cranberry juice
500 ml water


Make in a blender or a granita machine. Pour all the ingredients into the blender and top up with crushed ice. For the granita machine, you can top up with an quantity of water equivalent to the products used. Blitz or freeze, and serve in giant martini-type glasses.
Garnish with red berry fruits and orange peel.  Makes 1L/4 glasses

October 08, 2015

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A classic mocktail from Cuba that has distinct mint and lime flavours

70 ml Celebracion Mojito pre-mixed cocktail
50 ml Ronsin (non-alcoholic rum)
70 ml sparkling water
1/4 lime - sliced
3 sprigs of mint
Crushed ice

Put the Mojito pre-mix and sliced lime into a glass and mash together (only 3-4 hard crushes). Remove the leaves from 2 mint sprigs and place in the palm of your hand.  Slap with the other hand to release the oils and aroma and add to the cocktail.  Add the Ronsin and sparkling water and then fill with crushed ice.  Stir.  Garnish with the other mint sprig and maybe a slice of lime.

You may need to experiment with the amount of lime you crush into the cocktail.  The pre-mix has a distinct lime flavour and too much lime may obscure the refreshing mint flavour.

This recipe make a glass (250 ml) of cocktail. 

July 14, 2015

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Coco Loco

This is a delightful mocktail that celebrates the milky taste and whiteness of coconut.

80 ml Celebracion Coco Loco pre-mixed cocktail
50 ml Ronsin (non-alcoholic rum)
80 ml Coconut milk or coconut cream (or dairy milk)
Crushed ice 

Put the first three ingredients into a wide mouthed glass and stir. Add the crushed ice – it’s that simple.  Garnish with a slice of pineapple or a cherry.   

The Ronsin adds that rummy complexity and is what makes this cocktail so delightful.

To be really decadent, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream before filling with ice and stir in. Alternatives to coconut milk (or dairy milk) are pineapple or mango juice.    

This recipe makes a glass (250 ml) of cocktail. 

July 14, 2015

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San Fransico

A classic cocktail from the USA celebrating, you guessed it, the sunshine of San Francisco.

90 ml Celebracion San Francisco pre-mixed cocktail
50 ml Versin (non-alcoholic vermouth)
60 ml Orange Juice
I/4 of a Fresh Orange
Crushed ice 

Put the San Francisco pre-mix and thinly sliced ¼ orange into a glass and mash together (only 3-4 hard crushes). Add the Versin and Orange juice and fill with crushed ice.  Garnish with a slice of orange or sprig of mint. 

There is meant to be a little bitterness in this cocktail which the Versin brings.

A way to add a layer of colour to this cocktail is to: before adding the ice, pour 10 ml of Grenadine into the mixture – do NOT stir. This will settle to the bottom and leave a bright red colour. Carefully add the ice so as not to disturb the layers of colour and, voila, a delightful cocktail resembling a west coast sunset!   

This recipe makes a glass (250 ml) of cocktail. 

July 14, 2015

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Strawberry Daquiri

This is a delightfully sweet strawberry mocktail that leaves a lasting impression on the palate.

70 ml Celebracion Daquiri pre-mixed cocktail
3 Strawberries
60 ml Cranberry Juice
40 ml Whissin (non-alcoholic whiskey)
Crushed ice 

Crush the strawberries and muddle the first 4 ingredients in a separate container. Add the crushed ice and pour into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a Strawberry.

You can substitute Ronsin for the Whissin. Also, alternatives to Cranberry Juice are Orange or Orange and Passionfruit or a mixture.  

This recipe makes a glass (250 ml) of cocktail.

July 14, 2015

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Pina Colada

A delightful pineapple cocktail with distinct coconut notes. A favourite on a warm day.

75 ml La Celebracion Pina Colada pre-mixed cocktail
50 ml Unsweetened Pineapple Juice
40 ml Coconut water
50 ml Ronsin (non-alcoholic rum)
Crushed ice

Combine all the first 4 ingredients into a cocktail shaker and shake well (if you don't do this the ingredients can separate). Add ice. Garnish with a Cherry and/or a slice of pineapple.

You can substitute vanilla ice cream for the coconut water.  

This recipe makes 2 x 130ml cocktails which are rich, quite thick and filing.