Mocktails Menu


Mocktails are the perfect party drinks for people who are not used to consuming alcohol. These non-alcoholic cocktails are a big hit among the non-drinking party going population around the world. Mocktails can also be consumed by people at home as they are easy to make and can also prove to be refreshing health drinks. Here is a list of the most popular mocktails.

Virgin Daiquiri

A virgin daiquiri is the perfect non-alcoholic drink to cool down on a hot day. It is a frozen drink made of lime, strawberries, sugar, and ice. Pineapples are also used from time to time with the other ingredients and it is served in cracked or shredded ice. The contents can easily be blended in any blender/mixer and using fresh ingredients instead of canned or syrupy ones is recommended to get the best refreshing effect that this drink provides. It is a big hit even with people who drink alcohol.


Virgin Mint Lemonade

Another refreshing one, this drink is easily made within the space of a few minutes. It is made of 2 cups of sugar, 2 cups of fresh lime juice, 6 cups of water, ½ a cup of mint leaves. The preparation involves mixing 2 cups each of sugar and water to make syrup. Mix the remaining 4 cups of water and 2 cups of fresh lime juice separately. Mix the two together and then serve with ice or refrigerate for an hour to serve chilled.


Atomic Cat

This simple mocktail is made from mixing equal parts of orange juice and tonic water. The drink can be served by pouring it into a glass of crushed ice. It is again better to use fresh juice instead of canned juices and orange juice is also very easy to prepare right at home. It is usually served in trendy glasses and presentation is an important aspect of serving this drink.



It is the non-alcoholic counterpart of the well-known Venetian cocktail. The Bellini is made up of 2 ounces of peach extract or nectar mixed with equal or higher portions of sparkling apple cider. It is a well-known drink for all seasons and is served chilled in the summers. It is a very trendy drink and is usually served in a very trendy champagne glass.


Pomegranate Spritzer

The pomegranate spritzer is known to be a very cosmopolitan drink and is made up of different flavours. Its ingredients are one lemon, pomegranates, ginger ale, seltzer and ice cubes. Mix around 2 cups of ginger ale in pomegranate juice, crush the ice cubes and fill them into wine glasses. Add the seltzer to the mix of the ginger ale and pomegranate juice and pour into the wine glasses. Use a peeler to peel off the skin off a lemon and drop a small twist of the lemon peel into each glass.


Virgin Sangria

Sangria is a well-known refreshing drink that can be made in large quantities and served during the summers. It has a host of ingredients which range from apple, bananas, grape juice, peaches, mandarins, lemon and some cinnamon. The ingredients are mixed in their different proportions and usually kept and stored in a pitcher. The pitcher can be refrigerated or some ice can also be added to the mix. Keeping it in the fridge is usually better. The mix is an irresistible drink that can be served to the whole family. For an alcohol drinker, Sangria is made with some form of wine in the mix.


Virgin Mary

The Virgin Mary is the non-alcoholic alternative to the Bloody Mary which is also an immensely popular cocktail. It is made by mixing 4 ounces of tomato juice, a dash of lemon juice, half a tablespoon of Worcester sauce and a couple of drops of Tabasco sauce and is served in a glassful of wine.


Mocktails are commonly requested for events as there will be guests who prefer not to have alcoholic drinks as they may be driving or other various reasons. Also. mocktails are a more exciting option as compared to soft drinks and juices. Do drop us an enquiry today for delicious craft mocktails for your event!

Flower of Demise

Events Bartending for DEPRESSION

Earlier this month, we were invited to SECTS SHOP for DEPRESSION’s new AW17 launch. The collection was Dragon vs Tiger. It was a private launch specially for SECTS SHOP members. The theme was as the label name, dark and gothic with an avant garde touch. Every outfit in the collection evoked melancholy, in order to complement them we had to be adventurous with our cocktails.

Flowers of Demise

Flowers of Demise for Depression

Mocktails for the Depressed

Starting off with the mocktails we created were the Flowers of Demise. The main ingredients were Roselle Flower and Club Soda served in a Champagne Flute and garnished with a torched lavender. The interesting aspect of this mocktail was the red from the roselle slowly trickling down as time passed.

The next mocktail was a Red Date, Goji Berry and Honey Fizz served in a Champagne Flute and garnished with a spoon full of Homemade Osmanthus Jelly. It was befitting of its name, The Oriental Touch.

Cocktails for the Melancholic

Embers of Melancholy

Embers of Melancholy – Let It Burn~

Next up will be the two cocktails. First of them will be the Forbidden Fruit. It consisted of Gin, Bittertruth Violet, Creme de Cassis, Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice shaken with Egg White. It was then served in a Couple Glass and garnished with Dehydrated Lime, Blackberries and Dried Rose Petals. It resulted in a cocktail that gave off a dark vibe, it was a little stronger than our usual balanced drinks.

Embers of Melancholy round the cocktails list. It was a spirit forward drink consisting of Auchentoshan American Oak, Cherry Brandy, Carpano Antica Formula, Ruby Grapefruit, Lemon Juice served in Old Fashioned Glass with Ice Ball, Thyme & Grapefruit Twist. Guaranteed to provide an alcoholic kick to the esteemed guests of the event.

Other than the above cocktails and mocktails, we provided beers and wines as additional options for the guests. Variety is key to keeping everyone satisfied.

All in all, Mixes from Mars is thankful to DEPRESSION for having us. It has been an honor working with your team and giving us a chance to come up with such interesting cocktails for you


Events Bartending with Fossil

Mixes From Mars Throwback #1: Product Launches

Greetings! In the past few months, we have been a little busy. Other than Hopscotch’s closing and our Bali Trip, as usual we were busy with events bartending. This is a little write up about some of the past few events we have done; through some coincidence, the events covered in this post were all product launches. Coming up with cocktails to suit the product is one of our favorite things to do.


Mixes from Mars and Fossil

Joyce, Sandy and our lovely Fossil Coordinator, Pearlyn


Fossil Q Launch

Fossil whom we’ve worked with last year, engaged us in May for their product launch. It was for the same product except it was at a different venue now. This time we brought our portable bar to Suntec City. Our drinks were the same, which was the Q Aspro and Q Dolce. Just like the previous event we did for Fossil, it was for the promotion of their smartwatch Fossil Q. More details about our customized drinks can be found in our previous post!

Rose Smoked Old Fashioned

An Old Fashioned with additional horsepower


A brand synonymous with luxury cars. Maserati approached us through Visionnaire, an events management company who we worked with for our previous Mont Blanc event. The request was straightforward, They wanted us to come up with three cocktails for three of their luxury car models.

Levante consisted of Rum, Blue Curacao, Elderflower Liqueur, Creme de Violet, Egg White and Fresh Lemon Juice. It was then garnished using silver spray with a Maserati Logo on top of the shaken egg white. Louis spent a really long time hand carving the Maserati Logos onto a plastic sheet.

Quattroporte was made up of Bourbon, Angostura Bitters, Orange Bitters and garnished with Dehydrated Orange Wheel. To enhance the cocktail experience, we smoked woodchips which were steeped in rose water. The smoke was used to coat the glass before the cocktail was made.

Molecular mixology was up next with Ghibli. Consisting of Vodka, Tropical Blue Syrup, Sour Plum and Lychee, we included Sodium Alginate and Calcium Lactate. It resulted in cocktail caviar. It sat in a spoon garnished with edible gold dust and lychee spheres!


Garnish for our Chanel drink

Creation of a Beauty

Chanel and Mixes From Mars

Beautiful, aren’t they?

Also a client whom we are working with for the second time. Chanel approached us and requested for two mocktails that were similar to the range of products they were currently promoting. It was for Chanel’s Hydra Beauty range. We were really happy with how it turned out!

Hydra Blue was the one on the left which consisted of Tropical Blue Syrup, Calpis, Yuzu and Club Soda. It was garnished with Baby’s Breath. One of the difficulties we had at the beginning was because we chose to use a Camellia as it was a signature symbol of the Chanel brand. In the end it was decided to use Baby’s Breath for the matching of colors. Reason being Camellias were not in season and keeping them requires a bit of logistics planning due to the climate difference; Camellias require a cooler climate to last.

Refresher Orb was the drink on the right, made with White Grapes and Club Soda. It is then topped with Tropical Blue Air which was an aspect of our molecular mixology. It added an extra dimension with the aesthetics and the bubbles being a little sweet. Leaving the drink out allowed the Tropical Blue to slowly trickle down, leading to a gorgeous effect which we loved.

All in all, we really enjoyed coming up with these cocktails for our clients and we look forward to working with them again. As June is ending, we are looking forward to the coming months as we will be pretty busy with events bartending and looking out for the next Hopscotch. We hope you have a great weekend ahead, cheers!

Mocktails Menu

Fossil’s Q Smart Watches Launch

The 2 Mocktails

Q Aspro and Q Dolce


Last month, Fossil Singapore came to us and asked if we could come up with some drinks for their product launch. The product involved was their Fossil Q Smartwatches. The drinks had to keep to the theme of orange and yellow while also being mocktails as the event was held in public for their customers.


Mixes from Mars @ JEM

Edwin and Sandy making the 2 mocktails

We came up with the Q Aspro which was on the sour side and consisted of mango, freshly squeezed lemon juice, yuzu and berries air. Berries Air involved berries tea mixes with stabilizers, then bubbled up with a pump to produce the Air. It gives a different dimension to the drink as people will get the light taste of the tea before reaching the mocktail itself. The idea came from our experiments with molecular mixology about 2 years ago and we have been using it in some of our cocktails ever since.

The secondary drink was the Q Dolce, which is the sweeter of the 2 mocktails and consisted of freshly squeezed orange juice, vanilla, passion fruit topped with soda water. It is then garnished with lychee spheres.

Our mocktails were served at MBS and JEM’s Fossil’s stores and the crowd was quite good for both days! We are looking forward to working with the Fossil team again to come up with more tipple for their products!