Chill out this Summer with Cool Mocktails

Updated at: Dec 29, 2010
Chill out this Summer with Cool Mocktails

Ouh Lala! It's summer again... and keep the scrotching heat in mind, we give you easy to make, fast to drink summer delights!

Editorial Team
Exercise & FitnessWritten by: Editorial TeamPublished at: Dec 29, 2010

Green Mystique

Serves 4


  • Coconut milk is no longer a problem. Ready-made tetrapacks are easily available, so let this mysterious drink keep your friends pondering over it.
  • 3/4 teacup khus syrup or sherbat
  • ½ teacup coconut milk (ready-made - coco chef)
  • 1½ cups chilled water
  • 8-10 ice cubes


Garnish with a cherry or a lemon slice

  • Place khus syrup, coconut milk, water and ice cubes in a mixer blender.
  • Blend for few seconds.
  • Pour into glasses. Garnish with a lemon slice and a cherry on a stirrer stick or on the wall of the glass. Serve immediately.

Mango Flamenco


Serves 4-6


A two layered drink which is stirred while sipping to adjust the sweetness.

  • 3 teacups (500 ml) mango juice (ready made)
  • ½ cup (8-10 tbsp) khus syrup or sherbat
  • 4-5 tsp lemon juice, chilled soda - use only 3/4 of the bottle
  • A slice of lemon, some mint and a cherry for garnishing




  • Take tall stem glasses, place 3-4 ice cubes in each glass.
  • Pour 2-3 tbsp khus syrup at the bottom of all the glasses.
  • Gently, tilt the glass a little and gently pour about ½ cup mango juice along the sides of the glass, so as not to disturb the green layer of the khus sherbat.
  • Fill 3/4th of the glass with the mango juice. See that the khus and mango layers are separate. Do it for all the glasses.
  • Top the mango juice with 1 tsp of lemon juice, without mixing. Pour a little soda.
  • Garnish by fixing a slit cherry, mint sprig and a slit lemon slice on the wall of the glass and insert a stirrer stick.

Pavilion Punch

Serves 8


All juices used are ready made preserved juices available in tetra packs or paper cartons.

  • 2 teacups pineapple juice
  • 2 teacups orange juice
  • 2 teacups mango juice
  • 12 tbsp strawberry crush
  • 1 bottle soda - chilled
  • 8 tbsp vanilla ice cream
  • 4 tbsp fresh cream (optional) for garnishing - pierce stirrer stick with a halved pineapple ring and a cherry




  • In a pan mix the juices, cream, strawberry crush and ice cream.
  • Keep in the refrigerator till serving time. At the time of serving, add 8-10 cubes of  ice. Blend for ½ minute.
  • Pour the soda from the bottle in the blended mixture. Mix with a spoon. Serve immediately.
  • Garnish with a pineapple piece and a cherry on the stirrer stick. Top with a little crushed ice.


Apple Strawberry Cordial


Serves 4-6

Enjoy this cordial when fresh strawberries are in season. A pinch of nutmeg makes it heavenly!




  • 3 large ripe apples
  • 1 (medium) teacup chopped strawberries (about 10-12)
  • 12 tbsp strawberry crush1 bottle soda - chilled
  • 8-10 ice cubesa sprinkle of nutmeg (jaiphal) powder (optional)for garnishing - fresh strawberries




  • Remove the peel and cut apples into small pieces.
  • Chop strawberries into small pieces.
  • Blend apples, strawberries, strawberry crush and ice cubes for ½ minute.
  • Pour soda into the blended mixture in the mixer. Mix well with a spoon. Pour in tall glasses over ice. Sprinkle some powdered nutmeg.
  • Garnish the glass with a slit strawberry.


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