Whether you're not a drinker, don't feel like a cocktail with a kick, or are participating in Dry July, there are many bars in the city centre that create delicious and outstanding mocktails that you must try! Check out our guide below on where to go and our suggestions on what to try when you're there.

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Garden Iced Tea | Culprit | 12 Wyndham Street

The Garden Iced Tea is as refreshing as it sounds. A gin style cocktail using Seedlip non-alcoholic gin, Noble & Savage earl grey, orange, and lemon. This mocktail will give you those summer vibes you have been missing since the colder weather has set in.

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Basil | Amano | 66-68 Tyler Street

Topped with egg white, the Basil is a glorious match of Seedlip Garden 108 (a green and floral blend non-alcoholic gin of copper-pot distillates, including peas and hay and traditional herbs spearmint, rosemary and thyme), lemon, pepper and basil. What could be better than that?


Citrus & Spice | Burger Burger | Harbour Eats, Commercial Bay

The Citrus & Spice mocktail from Burger Burger uses Seedlip Grove non-alcoholic gin. This ‘gin’ will have you tasting notes of lemon peel, Mediterranean orange, ginger, and lemongrass. Paired with passionfruit and lemon, this drink is a fruity explosion.

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The Greener Placebo | Depot | 86 Federal St

Refreshing and light, the Greener Placebo marries Seedlip Garden 180 (a floral blend non-alcoholic gin) with cucumber & mint. The perfect drink to wind down with after a busy workday.


Va va voom | Vivace | 85 Fort Street

The Va va voom is a mix of passionfruit, apple juice, fresh lemon juice, mint & lemonade - an ideal refresher on your lunch break. Vivace also do a range of tasty Mint Fizzes. This mocktail gives you the option of either blueberry, grapefruit, passionfruit, hibiscus flower, pomegranate, strawberry, green apple or raspberry mixed and muddled with fresh mint, limes and a dash of soda.


Dry Day in Bombay | 1947 Eatery | 60 Federal Street

Inspired by the popular street drink of India called “Shikanji”, a mix of sweet and sour with a hint of secret spice and fresh mint, giving you an ultimate refreshing experience. 


Arnolds in the Grove | Federal Delicatessen | 86 Federal St

For a citrus focused drink, Arnolds in the Grove from The Fed is just the ticket. Using Seedlip Grove 42 (with flavours of lemon peel, orange, ginger and lemongrass) and mixed with iced tea and orange, there’s no doubt this one will go down a treat during any occasion.

Last updated: 01 July 2020