Kate Robertson’s Margarita Mocktail Recipe

In recent years, the rise of the sober-curious movement has led to an increased interest in non-alcoholic drink options.

Whether you’re looking for digestive support, boosted hydration, or just a delicious alternative to a traditional cocktail, mocktails offer refreshing flavors and a host of added health benefits.

Kate Robertson Parrish's Margarita Mocktail

Recipe by Kate Robertson Parrish
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Course: DrinkCuisine: American




    • 1 oz.

      freshly squeezed lime juice + extra, for garnish

    • ½ oz.

      freshly squeezed orange juice

    • ½ oz.

      agave syrup

    • 2 oz.

      coconut water

    • Soda water, to taste

    • Pinch of salt or salt rim garnish (optional)


    • If desired, rim your glass with lime juice and dip in sea salt. 

    • Add the lime juice, orange juice, agave, and coconut water to a shaker or jar. 

    • Add ice and shake until the outside of the shaker or jar is frosty. It shouldn’t take more than 10 seconds. 

    • Strain the mocktail into your prepared glass. Top with soda water for a little fizz. If you didn’t rim the glass with salt, you can sprinkle a pinch on top if you would like.


      “Coconut water is used in place of tequila in this Margarita Mocktail. This adds some hydrating electrolytes and balances the tartness of the lime. To scale up this mocktail, just replace the ounces with cups for a larger, big-batch mocktail that’s perfect for entertaining!”

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