Want a bright and bubbly and non-alcoholic drink for a special occasion? This non-alcoholic French 75 mocktail is simply AMAZING! Made with non-alcoholic gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and sparkling grape juice.
About This Recipe
The French 75 mocktail is a non-alcoholic version of the classic cocktail known as the French 75. The French 75 cocktail is believed to have been created in the early 20th century, specifically around World War I. The original recipe for this cocktail includes gin, champagne, lemon juice, and simple syrup. It is known for its refreshing taste, bubbly nature, and elegance. The mocktail version replaces the alcoholic ingredients with non-alcoholic substitutes while retaining the complexity and sophistication.
Why You Will Love Non-alcoholic French 75
- Refreshing: The base of this mocktail is freshly squeezed lemon juice, which provides a tangy and citrusy punch.
- Easy to make: The recipe for the French 75 mocktail is relatively simple to make. All you need is 4 simple ingredients and a bit of time!
- Non-alcoholic: Non-alcoholic French 75 is a citrusy mocktail with a delightful balance of sweet and tart. It’s a perfect option for those who prefer not to drink alcohol.
What do You need to Make French 75 Mocktail?
- Lemon juice: Freshly squeezed lemon juice adds a zesty and refreshing touch to the drink.
- Simple syrup: Add simple syrup to balance the tartness. Simple syrup is a classic choice to sweeten various cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks. It’s made by dissolving equal parts of sugar and water. Agave or maple syrup can be used to sweeten the drink too.
- Limonata soda: Limonata soda is known for its zingy and refreshing lemon flavor. It adds depth and a carbonated fizz to the drink.
- Sparkling water: It helps to lighten the mocktail and adds a touch of crispness.
How to Make French 75 Mocktail
- In a glass or pitcher, combine the lemon juice and simple syrup. You can adjust the sweetness of the mixture according to your preference by adding more or less simple syrup.
- Slowly add the Limonata soda and gently stir to incorporate the ingredients.
- Finish off the mocktail by adding sparkling water. Pour the mocktail into a cocktail glass or champagne flute. To have a cold and refreshing mocktail use chilled Limonata soda and sparkling water.
- Garnish your mocktail with a lemon twist.
- French 75 cocktail is typically served in a flute glass. The shape of the glass helps preserve the bubbles and carbonation of the drink for a longer time.
- This mocktail is best enjoyed freshly poured because the carbonation will become flat as the drink sits out.
- Garnish the mocktail with a lemon twist for added visual appeal.
What Is Simple Syrup?
Simple syrup is a commonly used sweetener in various cocktails, mocktails, and cold drinks. It’s made by simmering equal parts of sugar and water.
Can You Make Virgin French 75 Ahead of Time?
This non-alcoholic mocktail is best enjoyed freshly poured because the carbonation will become flat as the drink sits out.
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- 1/2 oz lemon juice, freshly squeezed
- 1 oz simple syrup
- 2 oz sparkling water, chilled
- 4 oz San Pellegrino Limonata Soda, chilled
- Lemon twists
In a glass or pitcher, combine the lemon juice and simple syrup. You can adjust the sweetness of the mixture according to your preference by adding more or less simple syrup.
Slowly add the Limonata soda and gently stir to incorporate the ingredients.
Finish off the mocktail by adding sparkling water. Pour the mocktail into a cocktail glass or champagne flute. To have a cold and refreshing mocktail use chilled Limonata soda and sparkling water. Garnish your mocktail with a lemon twist.