Festive Mocktails ft. Pago Juice

Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Christmas and New Year are right around the corner as well as parties and catching up with friends and family which I love but it's a bit difficult if you don't really drink. However, delicious mocktails are fantastic alternatives this festive season and thanks to Pago Juice, I've created a couple of pretty, easy and festive mocktails.

I was kindly sent some of the *Pago Juice Rhubarb & Pear Juice to use in my recipes and it's so delicious even on it's own! The Pago Juice bottles are 200ml each so these mocktails are all large individual sizes but you can double the quantities for more. I have the Rhubarb and Pear flavour but there are so many others to choose from!
Festive Punch
Pago Juice - Rhubarb & Pear (200ml)
Sparkling Lemonade (100ml)
Orange Segments
White Granulated Sugar

For this first mocktail combination, let's start with my favourite of the two! For both of these mocktails, I used the LSA Craft Beer Glasses from Amara which are 550ml each - they're great glasses and they'll be back in stock in January.

It couldn't be simpler, first dip the glass rim into a little water then into white granulated sugar to give the mocktail a snow frosted, festive appearance. Then just combine the Pago Juice and lemonade into the glass along with a few orange segments or even strawberries but I think oranges are more festive! Finish with a cute straw, mine are from a previous Treatbox.
Fruity & Festive 
Pago Juice - Rhubarb & Pear (200ml)
Tonic Water (100ml)
Pomegranate Juice (100ml)
Edible Glitter

The second and final option in today's post is a very fruity mocktail with the pretty addition of icy blue edible glitter! As with the previous mocktail, dip the rim of the glass in water and sprinkle edible glitter onto the glass - you can find edible glitter on Amazon or specialist baking stores.

Combine the juice and tonic water as well as a squeeze of lemon as well as a twist of lemon peel. I added a little edible glitter into the mocktail as well but it doesn't show up very well so maybe try and find metallic or gold looking edible glitter instead.
I love the Pago Rhubarb and Pear juice, it's so sweet and delicious as well as being pink so it is the perfect base for a cute mocktail! Rhubarb and pear is also a great combination to pair with other fruits such as pomegranate juice. I think edible glitter, sugar frosted glasses and cute straws are essentials for festive mocktails this season or for your New Years eve parties! Additionally, you can add the Pago Juice to alcohol as well, it doesn't just work well with non-alcoholic mocktails.

I might update this post soon with a couple more ideas so stay tuned!

Have you tried any of the Pago Juice flavours? Do you think of mocktails? 


  1. Oooh both of these look and sound amazing! xx

  2. Oh myyyy these look insane! I must try these x

    Gemma Louise

  3. Wow these look and sound amazing x

  4. Oooh! What a great idea for a post! These look Delish!

  5. They both sound amazing for Mocktails and edible glitter is awesome x

  6. Yum! I can't drink alcohol & am always looking for adult drink alternatives this looks amazing!

  7. Oh my gosh these look soo yummy! I love anything Rhubarby it's such a gorgeous taste and I imagine mixed with pear it's so sweet and lovely!
    Alice Xx

  8. Oh wow these look super yummy! I loove the sound of the fruity & festive one - especially with the addition of edible glitter xo

    Char | www.charslittleblog.co.uk

  9. These look soooo good, and festive! X

  10. Oh my I need one of these like right this very minute!!
    Chantelle x
    The Girl In The Tartan Scarf

  11. I don't really drink so this is right up my alley! x

  12. This sounds absolutely delicious. I'm not a big drinker so this would make a delicious fruity treat.

  13. oh wow that sounds incredible! So so nice!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

  14. That juice sounds delicious and how nice do those non-alcoholic cocktails look? I’m all for the alcohol over Christmas but this would be brilliant for those under age, driving, pregnant or who simply don’t like to drink like my Mum! x

  15. Ohh I absolutely love this idea! I can't drink anymore due to health reasons so I'll definitely be looking into this! I love how you put the sugar around the glass too, it looks really effective!
    PaleGirlRambling xo

  16. Your cocktails look beautiful - so nicely styled! The juice sounds delicious too :)

  17. These look and sound incredible! They seem so perfect for the festive season! xx


  18. The festive punch sounds so delicious and they look very instagrammable too! x

  19. This looks so so tasty and I love your photos x


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