I had this fun opportunity to work with Sierra Mist and share with you some great mocktails and cocktails. I was given the choice between a Frost Bite mocktail or a Meet Me at the Mist-letoe Mocktail and I chose the Frost Bite Mocktail! The Frost Bite Mocktail recipe is below. The Meet Me at the Mist-letoe Mocktail has Sierra Mist Natural, raspberry juice, fresh basil, fresh lime juice and blueberry juice.
Both my husband and I agree that we love the Frost Bite Mocktail. It's festive and smooth tasting. I like the convenience of making a mocktail or cocktail with Sierra Mist Natural. I love, love that it contains no artificial ingredients, they use real sugar and that any flavors are 100% natural.
Be sure to like Sierra Mist Natural on facebook for some great recipe ideas for your holiday brunches and parties!
So tell me after hearing about both mocktails, which one would you like to try? The Meet Me at the Mist-letoe or the Frost Bite?
Frost Bite Mocktail Recipe
- 1 oz lime juice
- 1 oz pineapple juice
- 2 oz white grape juice
- fresh mint leaves
- fresh blueberries
- 3 oz Sierra Mist Natural
- Fill a cocktail shaker with ice, lime juice and pineapple juice. Mix.
- Add white grape juice, mint and blueberries. Using the back of a spoon, crush a couple of the blueberries.
- Shake all ingredients well and strain into a large glass filled with ice.
- Top with Sierra Mist Natural and garnish a few fresh blueberries (optional).
- To make it a cocktail (martini), substitute the lime juice for 1 oz of coconut vodka and the blueberries in the second step with 1 oz of blue curaocao.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I only share brands I like, you know that!
Bea Long says
This is awesome!! I need a blender to make some of these fantastic recipes!
Angie @ Big Bear's Wife says
Those Mocktails are just beautiful!
We made this for this past New Years, and I’ve come back for the recipe to share for Memorial Day BBQ’s! I made it in a large batch so my guests could pour their own, alcoholic or not. Excited to make it again!
Kerry Rickard says
Caitlin…I want to try this in a large batch. Do you have the numbers you used?
Mackenzie | California Giant Berry Farms says
The photography is stunning and we absolutely love your use of fresh berries in your mocktail! What a refreshing and unique way to enjoy berries during the holiday season. We’d love for you to share other ways you like to incorporate berries during the season with us!
Great idea for a mocktail. Love the blueberries with the mint partnering-yum!
shelly (cookies and cups) says
That drink sounds delicious!! Perfect alternative to a martini 🙂
oh I’m a huge Sierra Mist fan……..I especially love the cranberry Sierra mist they sell this time of year! – we buy 4 bottles at a time! lol
Both of these recipes sound delicious Julie!!
Yummy, what a fun little drink for the holidays!
Beautiful presentation. Would love for you to share your pictures with us over at foodepix.com.
Erin @ Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts says
What a great cocktail! So pretty for holidays!
Diane F. says
Looks delicious, a splash of liquor would also be good in it. Yum!
Laura @ GotChocolate says
Stunning photos, Julie and what a great simple recipe! Looks SO refreshing! 🙂
Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga says
Omg this is SO FESTIVE!! Love the name (but add some booze, ok? :))
And I saw your NYT cookies on FG just now and another recipe of yours on Tasteologie…you’re everywhere. As you deserve to be!
Love the photo and all the blue!
Lauren at Keep It Sweet says
What a gorgeous drink, love it!
Rachel @ Not Rachael Ray says