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mock·tail

 (mŏk′tāl′)
n.
A cocktail containing no alcohol.

[Blend of mock and cocktail.]

mocktail

(ˈmɒkˌteɪl)
n
a cocktail that contains no alcoholic ingredients(as modifier)
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You can skip artificial flavourings or unhealthy refined sugar and opt to serve up a natural, fruit-based drink -- a "mocktail"-- when you're planning your next summer soiree, or to enjoy with friends and family of all ages anytime the weather heats up.
Sam Espensen has urged diners to consider paying for a "mocktail" or other non-alcoholic drink.
So enjoy an afternoon tea, pizza and a cat-themed mocktail in the company of fluffy kitties."
The lower third of the mocktail will be red and the rest of the mocktail will progressively become white.
Many restaurants have long offered the obligatory mocktail or two for the designated drivers, pregnant women or teetotalers.
Makes 4 servings MOJITO MOCKTAIL SWAP SAVE 8g sugar and 24 calories per drink SWAP a standard mojito mocktail (lime, club soda, mint and 2 level teaspoons sugar) = 33 calories, 9.4g sugar.
Coventry's The Botanist has come up with a sure-fire way to beat the January blues with the launch of their new 'happiness' mocktail.
So why not make a decision to avoid hangovers and banish the risk of being over the legal driving limit and instead sip a mocktail and relax this festive party season.
20th anniversary celebratory menus, cocktail and mocktail
For the drinks, we opted for the irresistibly rejuvenating wild passion mocktail. Presented with pieces of passion fruit floating with the ice cubes, this mocktail was an explosion of freshness after every other bite of the hammour.
Competition winners as follows: Poster for favourite musical - J Carruthers; Mocktail - J Carruthers; flower of the month - 1 M Stalker; 2 J Carruthers; 3 M Dewar.