As with many of their boozier cousins, the best mocktail recipes have balanced flavor profiles that make alcohol or the absence thereof beside the point.\r\n\r\nThere are several ways to make satisfying mocktails, and you don\u2019t have to spend a fortune or all day to do it. If you\u2019re eager to stock your home bar, consider these non-alcoholic spirits, beers and wine shops vetted by Wine Enthusiast editors and other industry experts.\u00a0Options for non-alcoholic spirits abound, and include Seedlip, Lyre\u2019s, Three Spirit and Proteau. A wave of non-alcoholic mixers like Avec and Fresh Victor feature balanced blends of fruits, vegetables and aromatics designed to be served spiked, over ice or straight from the can or bottle.\r\n\r\nThe non-alcoholic space shows no sign of slowing, either. According to one study, consumer demand for non-alcoholic options was up 60% from July 2020 to 2021.\r\n\r\nReady to start serving up non-alcoholic drinks at home? Grab a glass and fix one of the recipes below.\r\nThe Detox Recipe\r\n\r\n\r\nFrom the now-shuttered Requin in Fairfax, Virginia comes this crisp vegetal concoction that gets its refreshing salinity from dashes of sea salt. The key to the Detox is to juice your own celery and pineapple. If you don\u2019t have a juicer, use a food processor to blend your produce and then push through a cheesecloth or fine-meshed strainer before adding the other ingredients.\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n\u2022 1 ounce fresh pineapple juice\r\n\u2022 1 ounce fresh celery juice\r\n\u2022 \u00be ounce lime juice\r\n\u2022 \u00bd ounce agave syrup (2 parts agave nectar, 1 part hot water)\r\n\u2022 2 dashes sea salt\r\n\u2022 Celery frond and/or pineapple leaves for garnish (optional)\r\n\r\nDirections\r\n\r\nIn a cocktail shaker filled with ice, combine all ingredients except optional garnish. Shake well, and strain into a rocks glass over fresh ice. Add garnish if using.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Ginger Snap Recipe\r\n\r\n\r\nWhether you make your own ginger beer or pick up a few bottles at the supermarket, its spicy kick is crucial in the Ginger Snap. The mocktail was created by Christi Brunner for The Brick, a low-key bar in Kansas City, Missouri.\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n\u2022 1 ounce pear syrup, like Monin\r\n\u2022 \u00bd ounce lime juice\r\n\u2022 5 ounces ginger beer\r\n\u2022 Orange wheel and cherry, for garnish\r\n\r\nDirections\r\n\r\nIn a Collins glass, mix together pear syrup and lime juice. Add ice, and top with ginger beer. To garnish, spear orange slice and cherry with a toothpick.\r\nThe Ms. Jackson Mocktail Recipe\r\n\r\n\r\nTo make the blackberry puree in this non-alcoholic cocktail, you can either blend a pint of blackberries in a food processor and push the results through a cheesecloth or fine-mesh sieve, or buy a jarred variety. Either way, your Ms. Jackson mocktail will be bright and balanced.\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n\u2022 3 ounces fresh lemonade\r\n\u2022 \u00be ounce fresh lemon juice\r\n\u2022 \u00be ounce simple syrup (equal parts water/sugar, heated to dissolve)\r\n\u2022 1 teaspoon blackberry puree\r\n\r\nDirections\r\n\r\nCombine your first three ingredients in cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Strain into rocks glass over fresh ice. Top with blackberry puree.\r\nThe Non-Alcoholic Bloody Mary Recipe\r\n\r\n\r\nThis batched drink is perfect for days when some or all your household would prefer a non-alcoholic Bloody Mary. Those who want a spirited pour can simply add their favorite vodka, gin or other liquor accordingly. In this recipe, yuzu juice adds citrusy punch, but freshly squeezed limes will work in a pinch.\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n\u2022 1 liter fresh tomato juice\r\n\u2022 1 fresh watermelon juice\r\n\u2022 1 teaspoon salt\r\n\u2022 \u00bd teaspoon cayenne powder\r\n\u2022 4 ounces yuzu (or lime) juice\r\n\u2022 1 ounce white balsamic vinegar\r\n\r\nDirections\r\n\r\nMix all ingredients in a pitcher and refrigerate for 2 hours. To serve, pour into long glasses over ice. Makes 25 servings.\r\n\r\n\r\nThe Faux-groni Recipe\r\n\r\n\r\nTo make a satisfying non-alcoholic Negroni, the flavors of Campari were the hardest to replicate, according to Jessica King, who created this cocktail for Brother Wolf in Knoxville, Tennessee. Her solution? San Pelligrino\u2019s Sanbitter, a red soda sold online or in Italian food shops.\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n\u2022 1 ounce Seedlip Spice 94\r\n\u2022 1 ounce Versin non-alcoholic vermouth\r\n\u2022 1 ounce San Pellegrino Sanbitter\r\n\u2022 2 dashes orange oil\r\n\u2022 Orange wheel for garnish\r\n\r\nDirections\r\n\r\nCombine all ingredients in a mixing glass, add ice and stir. Strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass and garnish with an orange wheel.\r\nThe Slithy Recipe\r\n\r\n\r\nPu-erh tea complements pandan, lime juice and coconut in this striking non-alcoholic cocktail from Allegory in Washington D.C. Bar Director Deke Dunne describes its flavors as a cross between a daiquiri and Thai-inspired Pina Colada.\r\n\r\nTo make the pandan syrup, infuse simple syrup with a few drops of pandan extract. Salt solution is similar to simple syrup; Dunne\u2019s preferred ratio is nine parts salt to one part water.\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n\u2022 1 ounce brewed and chilled Pu'erh Tea\r\n\u2022 1 ounce coconut water\r\n\u2022 \u00be ounce pandan simple syrup\r\n\u2022 \u00bc ounce Coco Lopez cream of coconut\r\n\u2022 \u00bc ounce coconut milk\r\n\u2022 \u00bd ounce lime juice\r\n\u2022 2 drops salt solution\r\n\r\nInstructions\r\n\r\nAdd all ingredients to a cocktail tin and shake to combine. Double strain into a stemmed glass.\r\nThe Spice Breeze Recipe\r\n\r\n\r\nAt Bar Chrystie, a cocktail lounge in Manhattan\u2019s Public Hotel, bartenders garnish this mocktail with a toasted cinnamon stick. Whether you have or break out the kitchen torch for the same effect is up to you; either way, this drink has balanced notes of spices and citrus.\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n\u2022 1 \u00bd ounces Seedlip\r\n\u2022 1 \u00bd ounces coconut water\r\n\u2022 \u00bd ounce vanilla syrup\r\n\u2022 \u00bd ounce fresh lemon juice\r\n\u2022 Toasted cinnamon stick for garnish (optional)\r\n\r\nDirections\r\n\r\nCombine all ingredients with ice in a cocktail shaker and shake to combine. Strain over two ice cubes in a cocktail glass, and then add garnish, if using.\r\nThe Cucumber Mint Lemonade Recipe\r\n\r\n\r\nFresh lemon juice is worth the squeeze in this bright and bracing non-alcoholic drink from Le Farfalle, an Italian-accented restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina.\r\n\r\nIngredients\r\n\r\n\u2022 3 slices cucumber, plus 1 leaf for garnish\r\n\u2022 5 or 6 mint leaves, plus 1 leaf for garnish\r\n\u2022 1\u00bd ounces fresh lemon juice\r\n\u2022 1 ounce simple syrup\r\n\r\nDirections\r\n\r\nIn a cocktail shaker, use a muddler or spoon to press the mint and cucumbers. Add remaining ingredients (except garnish), 1 ounce of water and ice. Shake well, and strain into a rocks glass, over fresh ice. To garnish, pierce a cucumber slice with the stem of a mint sprig and place atop the drink.