Craving a light and flavorful drink that everyone will love? This mocktail recipe is perfect for celebrating anything and everything at home! The flavor of these orange juice based mocktail is the best!
I love developing mocktails for kids that are just as enjoyable for adults, and this orange mocktail recipe fits the bill perfectly. You’re going to love the flavor of ginger ale and orange juice from your very first sip.
This fizzy, mint, and basil-infused orange drink is sophisticated enough for adults to enjoy while being fun enough for kids. You may choose to leave the sea salt and basil out of the orange mocktails for kids, but you may also be surprised at how sophisticated their palates can be!
Orange Mocktail Recipe
This is a mouth-watering drink that will wow your guests with its foodie credentials and perfectly balanced flavor profiles, while also being a quick and easy drink to whip up in just a couple of minutes. Just a few simple ingredients are all that you need.
While I used orange juice with a splash of ginger ale, you can alternatively use San Pellegrino Pompelmo (Orange) flavored soda (one of my personal favorites). My boys love when I make this drink recipe because they feel fancy drinking it!
What is the best way to serve mocktail?
You have a few options for serving up this drink! This easy mocktail is great with ice cubes at a nice chilled temperature. You can also make a huge recipe and serve it from a punch bowl. You can easily turn it into a party recipe to share with others.
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Can you add other flavors to this mocktail recipe?
A little squirt of lemon juice or lime juice would be a good kick of flavor! Not too much as you don’t want to overpower it!
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- 1/2 can gingerale (3/4 cup)
- Splash orange juice (1/4 cup)
- 3-5 mint leaves
- 3-5 basil leaves
- Plenty of ice
- Pinch of good-quality sea salt, like Maldon
Place your mint and basil leaves in a cocktail shaker, along with a handful of ice and fill halfway with your ginger ale (or orange soda). Shake to bash up the leaves and help them to release their flavor into the soda.
Pour out your ginger ale into your serving glasses, straining the mashed leaves (they aren't pretty anymore) and adding a splash of orange juice.
Add extra cut oranges and mint or basil leaves for garnish, and sprinkle on a pinch of good-quality sea salt to really develop the orange mocktail's flavor. (And don't judge your guests for eating those oranges after they are done their drinks - the basil, mint, and sea salt make for some delicious orange segments once the mocktail is gone!)
Who are you going to share a glass of this easy orange mocktail recipe with?