Non alcoholic drinks from the 60's

Pimm's o'clock - unusual wedding drinks and alcohol ideas

Unusual wedding drinks ideas

Cool off and stay hydrated with a non-alcoholic drink this summer, try one of these 75 Refreshing Non-Alcoholic Drink Recipes!

75 Refreshing Non-Alcoholic Drink Recipes

Some options to keep in mind for a big party. You can really mix things up with this list of refreshing drink recipes.

Blueberry gin sour 100g | 3.5oz fresh (or frozen and defrosted) blueberries 2 tbsp simple syrup or 1 tbsp sugar Juice of 1 lemon (about 60ml | 2oz) 2 tbsp pasteurised egg white (such as Two Chicks) 100ml | 3.5oz gin 2 dashes Angostura Bitters lemon peel to serve

Blueberry gin sour cocktail

Blueberry gin sour - For 2 fresh (or frozen and defrosted) blueberries 2 tbsp simple syrup or 1 tbsp sugar Juice of 1 lemon (about 2 tbsp pasteurised egg white gin 2 dashes Angostura Bitters

We love a good wedding sign here at hitched – they add to your décor and make sure your guests don’t wander off course and get lost. Give yours a gin themed twist to match your wedding theme with this wonderful ‘Let the Fun Be-Gin’ slate sign from Winning Works.

We transform pieces of slate and wood into beautiful engraved signs, tableware, chalkboards clocks and crates for your home and garden. For more information contact 01773 850049

Salted caramel rum hot chocolate

Salted caramel rum hot chocolate

Salted caramel rum hot chocolate: This alcoholic blend is made with dulce de leche - a thick caramel. Add salt to your liking then serve up a mug of pure boozy bliss

Classic Babycham bottle and Babycham glass

I'd Love a Babycham

Babycham was probably one of the first alcoholic drinks I had. My mum & Grandma drank it. I agree with above comment but my sister use to drink brandy and babycham!

Fruit & Prosecco Jelly | Fruit Recipes | Jamie Oliver Recipes

Jamie's summer fruit, elderflower and prosecco jelly recipe makes a tasty dessert - the prosecco bubbles will fizz in your mouth deliciously as you eat it!

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