Spring Cocktails (Non-alcoholic)

by Samantha MacKenzie

Spring Cocktails (Non-alcoholic)

You might not be able to go out for a drink and order a blind cocktail from a menu, but there’s nothing stopping you from making new cocktails at home. 

Now that Spring is here, it’s time to kick our Winter habits. So, if you’re looking to cut back on the booze, you can try these non-alcoholic cocktails at home.

These recipes use Lyre’s, a non-alcoholic cocktail brand that was voted a favourite by consumers in the 2021 Product of The Year Awards. 

*The spirits in these recipes can easily be substituted for alcoholic spirits or can remain non-alcoholic.

The Penicillin


  • 2 Parts (60mL) Lyre’s American Malt 
  • ½ Part (15mL) honey and ginger syrup
  • ½ Part (15mL) lemon juice
  • 1 Part (30mL) strong smoky tea (Lapsang souchong or Russian Caravan tea) 

Method: Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker. Shake briefly with ice, strain over large ice cube.

 Glass: Old fashioned

Garnish: Ginger cube on skewer



  • ¼ cup runny honey
  • ½ cup boiling water
  • 1 tsp jarred ginger

Method: Add boiling water to honey, stir to dissolve. Add ginger and stir thoroughly, pour into bottle. Refrigerate. 

The Tarocco highball

 The Tarocco highball is a delightful crimson creation, made by the slightly bitter blood orange and softened and soothed by the vanilla syrup and tonic.  


Method: Build over ice, stir

Glass: Highball

Garnish: Blood orange wheel, plump mint sprig

The Clover Club

While the Clover Club doesn’t initially sound as sexy as a Manhattan or Cosmopolitan, the fruit and fresh flavours will soon make it your favourite go-to drink!


  • 60mL Lyre’s Dry London Spirit
  • 10mL premium raspberry syrup
  • 30mL lemon juice
  • 10mL egg whites
  • 5mL white sugar syrup (1:1)
  • 4 fresh raspberries

 Method: Dry shake, fill shake with ice, shake hard briefly, fine strain 

Glass: Cocktail coupette

Garnish: 3 raspberries

Thanks to Agent 99 PR for this post

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