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Whiskey Smash Mocktail Recipe

Whiskey Smash

If an Old Fashioned or Manhattan are your go-to drink of choice, the Whiskey Smash is right up your alley.

Despite its name, the drink traditionally uses bourbon-whiskey, providing the perfect stage for our lovely Southern Belle to shine.


• 3 lemon wedges

• A handful of mint (5-6 leaves)

• 22.2ml (3/4oz) Simple sugar syrup

• 60ml (2oz) Barnes & Brown “Southern Belle” Non-Alcoholic Bourbon

• Ice (for shaking and for serving)

• Mint sprig and lemon wedge for garnish

How to make a Whiskey Smash Mocktail

This 19th-century concoction is similar to a Mint Julep, with the addition of refreshing muddled lemon wedges. Using just 4 key ingredients, it’s definitely one for the Dry July recipe books!

  1. Add lemon wedges, mint and sugar syrup to a short glass.

  2. Muddle the ingredients to release the flavours.

  3. Add bourbon.

  4. Transfer to a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 30 seconds.

  5. Pour into a short whiskey glass with large ice cubes.

  6. Garnish with mint and lemon.


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