Passion Fruit Ginger Mocktail
Passion fruit, ginger beer, and coconut juice, oh my! These are a few of the ingredients used to make the refreshing and delicious Passion Fruit Ginger Mocktail. Craft up this 4-ingredient non-alcoholic beverage all summer long and give yourself a reason to try passion fruit in a drink!Jump to Recipe
This is the perfect mixed drink to enjoy while passion fruits are in season. Mixed with exciting ingredients like ginger beer, coconut water, lime juice, and of course, passion fruit! It’s a simple way to use some fun ingredients. This passion fruit mocktail is slightly sweet, semi-tart, with a little bit of spice, and truly hits all the right flavor notes. See what ingredients I used and where to get them. Cheers!
Take your mocktails (and cocktails) to the next level with this ingredient. Passion fruit is a sweet yet tart Take your mocktails (and cocktails) to the next level with this ingredient. Passion fruit is a sweet yet tart fruit that’s filled with edible seeds inside. They can be tricky to find at certain grocery stores which is why I love ordering them from Melissa’s Produce. But during the summer months when they are in season is the best time to experiment with them. Once the fruit is ripe, its purple skin will wrinkle on the outside. To use them in the Passion Fruit Ginger Mocktail, simply cut the fruit in half, spoon out the fleshy inside, and enjoy the tart taste!
Let’s shake up this pretty passion fruit mocktail using only 4 ingredients! It takes only a few minutes to put together, so you’ll be sipping in style in no time!
Start by adding the pulp and juice from the passionfruit, coconut water, lime juice, and ice to a cocktail shaker, and shake until the outside is chilled.
Next, strain into a coupe glass (I use the Wolcott Optic Coupe Glass from Crate&Barrel). Then, fill the coupe glass with ginger beer. If desired, garnish with a passionfruit half and edible flower. Enjoy!
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