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A cocktail containing no alcohol.

[Blend of mock and cocktail.]


a cocktail that contains no alcoholic ingredients(as modifier)
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Since we don't serve alcohol there, we have a nice mocktail menu and coffee-based mocktails.
In addition, the hotel houses restaurants offering Japanese (Umai) and Indian (Ananta) cuisine alongside an all-day dining venue (Nine7One), while The Lobby Bar offers bespoke mocktails, cocktails and shisha.
The Luxury Kids programme includes teddy bears and musical mobiles for tiny tots, kids' newspaper, splash time in the swimming pool, computer games and mocktails for the teens.
Currently, there are Dilmah t-Lounges, t-Houses and t-Bars in operation in several global destinations, including in Poland, Belarus, Australia, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka, all offering cocktails, mocktails, hot teas as well as tea-inspired snacks, cakes and desserts.
He said: 'The good thing about the mocktails is that they are completely non-alcoholic.
Joe's Cafe also offers a number of signature mocktails such as the strawberry daiquiri, blue lagoon or tropical tango.
The new drinks menu features mocktails such as kumquat and pink pepper spritzer and Asian pear sparkler.
In April 2013, at the first Dilmah Real High Tea Challenge in the Middle East, these three judges tasted over 120 tea-inspired high tea dishes and 75 cups and glasses of tea, tea cocktails and mocktails over two days.
Alternatively, Japanese themed cocktails and mocktails, such as the Geisha Kiss and Japanese Royal are available.
Complementing the dishes are fresh, fruity mocktails and exotic Chinese teas.
The selected children will spend a full day in the hotel once a month and learn how to mix mocktails, decorate cakes and cookies and also enjoy art and crafting.
Cavalli Club bartender Ferdie Idris was at this year's Gulfood creating a range of fun-flavoured mocktails including red-pepper and mango, using Boiron purees.