If you are looking to host a Christmas party/dinner and you are not a big fan of alcoholic beverages, then these amazing mocktail recipes are perfect for you. Serve your mocktail in batches and keep them cold in our alfi® carafes, cleverly designed to insulate your drinks for hours. Have a classy Christmas party with no-fuss, and most certainly no hangover the following morning.

1. Sparkling Cranberry Punch

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Family friendly and takes only a couple of minutes to prepare, the Sparkling Cranberry Punch is a sweet concoction that is also attractive looking. All you need is cranberry juice cocktail, sparkling water, frozen pink lemonade, and of course, pretty glasses.

Find the recipe here.

2. Raspberry Sherbet Party Punch

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This party punch demands attention – it’s vibrant, fizzy, and is always a hit among guests. Keep the ice cream separated and only add them into the punch when you are ready to serve. Do note that the ice cream is a sweetener to your punch so there is no need for additional sugar.  

Find the recipe here.

3. Blueberry Maple Mojito Mocktail

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For those who enjoy mojitos but are sadly lightweight, this recipe is must-try. Slightly different to the mojito we usually see, this recipe uses blueberry juice for an interesting twist and colour. While the author used it for her gender-reveal party, we very much prefer to enjoy it over Christmas.

Find the recipe here.

4. Virgin Frozen Margaritas

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Perfect for the Singapore weather, margaritas are cooling, refreshing and is a great pre-dinner drink. A little sweetness mixed with a slight sour taste, this drink will whet your guests’ appetites and ready them for the Christmas meal ahead.

Find the recipe here.

5. Gin-Free G&T

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Alcohol-free Gin & Tonic? Yes, that’s right. The straightforward and hassle-free recipe gives you enough time to mingle with your guests without having to spend too much time in the kitchen. Use an alfi® Ice Bucket to keep your ice cubes or crushed ice frozen over an extended period of time as you top up your drinks.

Find the recipe here.

6. Virgin Sangria

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Sangria is basically a fruit punch – sweet and refreshing. The virgin version uses sparkling apple cider instead of wine, but taste just as amazing. Put aside some time to prepare this drink, because you will need to chill the juices for at least four hours before serving.

Find the recipe here.

7. Classic Eggnog

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What is Christmas without eggnog? This classic Christmas drink is known as a milk punch served with whiskey, bourbon or rum. In this version, we are removing the spirits for a more toned down version so the kids can enjoy it as well. Make sure the beverage is well chilled before serving to the guests.

Find the recipe here.

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