How to make a watermelon sour mocktail

How to make a watermelon sour mocktail


Text: Janice Sim

Let's all raise a glass to drinking responsibly

Love 'em or hate 'em, mocktails were invented for the great, benevolent purpose of imbibing when you don't feel like it. That said, it doesn't mean they can't be a ball of fun — as proven by the world's first non-alcoholic distillery, Seedlip. This zero-sugar spirit tastes pretty much like gin, as it has been derived from a range of botanicals. It's healthier, refreshing and certainly a drink that allows you to drive yourself home after. In lieu of your next house party, here's a watermelon mocktail recipe to surprise your unassuming guests with. The best part is? They might not even be able to tell the difference. 

Note: Make watermelon and basil mix before moving onto the mocktail
Serves 1

Watermelon and basil mix: Here's what you need

1 Small Watermelon
1 cup of Apple Cider Vinegar
1 cup of White Sugar
Handful of Basil Leaves

Watermelon and basil mix: How to make it

1.  Add all the ingredients into a jar and muddle.
2. Leave overnight and strain before use.

Watermelon sour: Here's what you need

50ml Seedlip Garden
20ml Basil and Watermelon mix
Dash of Egg White

Watermelon sour: How to make it

1. Pour all the ingredients into a glass. Shake well. 

Locate Seedlip at Restaurant, Pub & Bar Asia 2018 from 17-19 July at Suntec City. 
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