by trumeta | November 14, 2023
Organic Red Mocktail Recipe
Indulge in the allure of our Organic Red Mocktail Recipe, a vibrant fusion of flavor and color that offers an oasis of calm. These red mocktail drinks are not only a visual treat but also one of the effective ways to stress relief after a long day at work.
Crafted from the finest organic ingredients, our red mocktail recipes blend the tangy zest of fresh fruit juices with the subtle sparkle of mineral water, culminating in a drink that’s as refreshing as it is therapeutic.
Ingredients for Organic Red Mocktail Recipe
- 240 milliliters Organic red fruit juice (like cranberry or pomegranate)
- 15 milliliters Fresh lime juice (about 1 tablespoon)
- 10 milliliters Organic honey or agave syrup (optional, for sweetness)
- 120 milliliters Sparkling mineral water
- Ice cubes
- Fresh red currants for garnish
- Rosemary sprig for garnish
- 1 Pack of Trumeta Reds
- Fill a glass with ice cubes.
- Pour the organic red fruit juice into the glass.
- Add the fresh lime juice.
- Add Trumeta Reds powder and stir.
- Stir in the honey or agave syrup if you desire some added sweetness.
- Top off with sparkling mineral water for a fizzy effect.
- Garnish with a sprig of rosemary and a few fresh red currants on top.
Estimated Nutritional Value
For one serving, the estimated nutritional value is:
- Calories: ~100 kcal
- Protein: ~0 grams
- Carbohydrates: ~25 grams (this may vary if additional sweetener is used)
- Fiber: ~0 grams
- Sugars: ~24 grams (natural sugars from the fruit juice, additional if sweetener is used)
- Fatty acids: ~0 grams
Organic Red Mocktail Recipe FAQ
Are there any health benefits to consuming red mocktail?
Yes, red mocktails may offer health benefits. They’re typically made with antioxidant-rich fruit juices like cranberry or pomegranate, which may support heart health. They’re also hydrating and can be a healthier alternative to alcoholic beverages, promoting better sleep and lower calorie intake.
How many calories are in an average serving of this red mocktail compared to the alcoholic version?
An average serving of a red mocktail contains approximately 100 calories, mostly from natural fruit sugars. In contrast, a similar-sized alcoholic red cocktail might contain 150-250 calories, depending on the type and amount of alcohol and added sugars, making the mocktail a lower-calorie option.
What berries go best together in a mixed Organic Red Mocktail Recipe?
For a mixed Organic Red Mocktail, combining cranberries, pomegranates, and red currants creates a harmonious blend. These berries offer a perfect balance of tart and sweet flavors, along with a deep red hue, making them ideal for a delicious and visually appealing mocktail.