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Get a refreshing high from diet mocktails
Who said only alcohol can give you a high? Try Diet mocktail, a cool non-alcoholic beverage that contains no alcohol. These diet mocktails can also be consumed by children or people whose religions restrict alcohol consumption. This is also a good drink for recovering alcoholics.

IT IS fun to offer these mocktails in parties as it is delightful to drink. Diet mocktails are a kind of cocktail, which mix various flavors of juices. Preparing a diet mocktail is not a big deal. and it is also a healthy drink.

Here's one mocktail you can prepare at home. Making a diet mocktail requires carrot puree, honey and pineapple juice. To prepare this take a mocktail shaker fill it up with ice and add 90 ml of carrot puree, 90 ml of pineapple juice, 30 ml of honey and shake it up well.

Mostly, mocktails rely on sodas or fruity flavors, and this makes it appealing. Mocktails are usually available in restaurant with bars and in some restaurants. You can even prepare them at your home with selective ingredients. Rather than using fruits and vegetables to make mocktail, you can use corn syrup and other sugars to make them taste good. Using best ingredients makes a mocktail healthy.

Mocktails that are made up of just a splash of juice and a soda base can cut the calorie count by more than 50 calories. Alcoholic drinks such as liquor, wine and spirits are expensive, but a mocktail drink is not expensive as it cuts off the most expensive ingredient.

As the drink is made up of fresh and organic fruits, it makes mocktails tasty and good for one's health. Everyone can enjoy it, and even pregnant women, children and patients can have it.

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