Celebrate the World Cup Hangover-Free with These 4 Mocktails

While beer and soccer go hand in hand, you can still get into the spirit of the game without alcohol.
Beer is certainly flowing as football fans all over the globe gather together to watch the remaining World Cup matches. But for those who prefer not to consume alcohol, Seedlip, the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit, has come up with various drink recipes that are spiritfree yet equally fun and tasty. With these four different mocktails, there’s certainly something for everyone to imbibe. And the best part? No hangover the next morning.

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For The Stressed: Seedlip Garden and Tonic

50 milliliters Seedlip Garden 108
125 milliliters Indian Tonic
A handful of peas, for garnish

Add the Seedlip Garden 108 and Indian Tonic to a glass over ice and top it off with some peas to garnish.

Not everyone is a fan of bitter flavors, but bitter food allegedly cleanses the body and helps to boost metabolism and relieve stress. For those stressed by the nail-biting matches, this makes thee Seedlip Garden and Tonic is a perfect choice. Feel the stress melt away as you sip this drink after a long day at work.

For The Romantic: Watermelon Sour

For the Basil and Watermelon Shrub:
1 small watermelon
A handful of basil leaves
1 cup apple cider vinegar
1 cup white sugar

For Serving:
50 milliliters Seedlip Garden 108
A dash of egg white
1 basil leaf


Mix all the ingredients for the shrub and leave overnight; strain. For serving, add 20 milliliters of the shrub to the Seedlip Garden 108 and egg white, and shake vigorously before straining into a coupe; garnish with the basil leaf.

Patience is key in making this drink, as it involves multiple steps. It's best to get started the night before a big match. Juicy watermelon lends both a sweet taste and a vivid red color, while basil leaves provide a contrast of savory and peppery flavors, ensuring that you’re never bored when drinking this mocktail. A dash of egg white also adds a thicker texture to the beverage, distinguishing it from other spiritfree cocktails.

For The Spice Lover: Spice and Ginger Ale

50 milliliters Seedlip Spice 94
125 milliliters ginger ale
Orange peel, for garnish

Add the Seedlip Spice 94 and ginger ale to a glass over ice and top it with the orange peel.

Get a double dose of spice with this beverage, as the kick from Seedlip Spice 94 is further strengthened by the spicy taste of ginger, making this the ideal choice for fans of strong and spicy flavors. An orange peel adds a citrus note to the drink, making it a well-rounded beverage without an overpowering taste.

For The Adventurous: Spice Sour

50 milliliters Seedlip Spice 94
30 milliliters lemon juice
Dash of sugar
Dash of egg white
Dash of white wine vinegar
Lime twist, for garnish

Add the Seedlip Spice 94, lemon juice, sugar, egg white and white wine vinegar to a cocktail shaker and shake well before straining. Garnish with the lime twist.

If you’re bored of sweet and fizzy drinks and are game to try a stronger flavor, go for the Spice Sour. With Seedlip Spice 94, lemon juice and white wine vinegar providing a combination of sour tones, this is the perfect drink for refreshing yourself at halftime.
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