5 Coca-Cola Mocktail Recipes That You Need To Try


From blood orange to coffee, cinnamon infusions to experimental fruit mixes, Coca-Cola has been there, and done that. Coca-Cola is the biggest-selling drink in history. However, it's not just the company getting creative. Around the world, Coke enthusiasts are stirring up their concoctions, turning a simple soda into a key ingredient for delightful recipes.

So if you're itching to bring a bit of flair into your glass, here are five Coca-Cola recipes that are bound to refresh your palate.

Roy Rodgers Mocktail

A Roy Rogers drink is a non-alcoholic beverage made with just three ingredients. Image credit: Dall-E 3

Let’s start with a classic homage to the "King of the Cowboys," Ray Rogers. This mocktail blends Coca-Cola with a dash of grenadine for a sweet twist, garnished with a cherry. Here's how: Fill a highball glass three-quarters with ice, pour grenadine over the ice, follow with Coke, and then garnish with a cherry. It's simplicity with a taste of old Hollywood charm.

Mickey Mouse

A combination of coke and vanilla ice cream float, the Mickey Mouse is a tried and tested hit. Image credit: Dall-E 3

Perfect for kids and the young at heart, the Mickey Mouse cocktail is as whimsical as it sounds. To make it, fill a tall glass with ice, add Coca-Cola to about two-thirds, gently float a scoop of ice cream on top, and crown it with whipped cream and a cherry to mimic Mickey's ears. It's a sweet treat that’s sure to bring out smiles!

Lime Minimalism

The Lime Minimalism is a drink for minimalists who do not like adding too much to their drink. Image credit: Dall-E 3

For those who prefer to keep things simple yet crave a zestier version of their soda, Lime Minimalism is your go-to. Prepare lime juice ice cubes beforehand by freezing lime juice in ice cube moulds. When you’re ready, just toss these zesty cubes into a glass of chilled Coca-Cola for an instantly refreshing beverage.

Alcohol-free Malibu

A classic malibu for the alcohol abstainer. Image credit: Dall-E 3

Craving a tropical twist without the buzz? The Alcohol-free Malibu beckons. Shake a can of coconut milk and pour about 40-50 ml into a glass. Add ice cubes, top with chilled Coca-Cola, and stir gently. Enhance the tropical vibe by adding a lime wedge. For an indulgent version, top with a scoop of coconut or cream-flavoured ice cream and sprinkle with coconut shavings.

Double Bubble

The Double Bubble is a drink that will appeal to lovers of all carbonated drinks. Image credit: Dall-E 3

This recipe is a fizzy fantasy for soda lovers. Start by pouring 40 ml of 7up into a tall glass. Place an orange slice inside to create a division, add ice cubes on top, and then splash in some lemon juice followed by cold Coca-Cola. It's a citrusy, bubbly blast that's both refreshing and invigorating.

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