Cocktails are also a great addition to any festive occasion. They are ideally suited to be offered at weddings as a welcoming drink, as well as at parties and picnics.
Usually cocktails are made from fresh fruits, fruit juices and minerals. Cocktails can be easily sourced at a local food shop and in any market around the world, making them accessible no matter where you are.
The two cocktails we feature here, are from the recently published “Seychelles Magical Cocktails book” by Flavien Joubert.
This book contains 36 recipes for non-alcoholic cocktails which can be mixed at home for the enjoyment of family and friends.
For the more adventurous cocktail lovers, there are 37 recipes containing alcohol, these are mixed with different types of fresh fruits, fruit juices, vanilla essence or minerals.
The cocktail recipes are very easy to follow and the end product is delicious. We are sure that they will be enjoyed by everyone young and old.
Book can be purchased on Amazon
ISBN 10: 1-899839-12-7
ISBN 13: 978-1-899839-12-4
- Juice of 2 fresh oranges
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 2 measures Pernod
- 2 measures Drambuie
- Soda water
- Put orange juice, sugar, Pernod and Drambuie in a shaker with some ice cubes and shake well.
- Pour in a tall glass and add more ice cubes, top up wih soda water and decorate with slices of lime.