Looking for a refreshing summer drink that's quick and easy to make? Look no further than the Orange Sunset Mocktail! This delicious drink is one of the easiest mocktail recipes made with orange juice, watermelon juice, and lime wedges. It's perfect for sipping on hot summer days or during the festive season.
The orange sunset mocktail is a colorful drink that can also be called the sunrise mocktail. It's a great drink to have at any time of day, especially in the summer.
This refreshing summer drink is a classic combination of watermelon juices and oranges. This combination is just like the sunset setting down on a summertime evening.
So, this fruit juice mocktail is perfect for you and your family to cool off after an eventful day.
What to Know About a Sunset Orange Mocktail?
This summer beverage is a blend of orange and red hues, reminiscent of a sunset, made with watermelon and orange juice.
It has a pleasant fresh mintiness with a hint of lemon juice and a nicely cooling sweetness provided by the ice-cold sprite.
The perfect mocktail combination for a summer party or to cool off with some fresh, healthy juice mixes.
Ingredients for Orange Watermelon Mocktail Recipes
1 teaspoon fresh mint leaves, chopped
2 teaspoon lemon juice, freshly squeezed
2-3 lemon slices (optional)
¼ cup ,60 ml orange juice
6-8 ice cubes
¼ cup ,60 ml sprite or sweetened club soda
¼ cup 60 ml fresh watermelon juice
1 Orange slice & mint leaves, for garnishing
To begin, add the chopped mint and lemon juice to a tall glass. Using a muddler or the back of a large spoon, smash the mint in the lemon juice. As a result of this, the lemony taste is improved. Add as many lemon slices as desired for flavor.
Next, pour the orange juice over the lemon juice mixture. Fill with ice cubes to fill the glass completely.
Add the sprite on top of it. If you don't have a sprite, any aerated transparent beverage will work.
After that, carefully spoon the watermelon juice over the sprite. To guarantee that the layers don't mix, do it slowly.
Place a slice of orange and mint leaves on the glass.
Variations to Orange Watermelon Recipe
If you want to make this recipe alcoholic, add vodka instead of sprite.
For a non-alcoholic version, use seltzer water or club soda in place of the vodka.
You can also use mango juice or pineapple juice in place of the orange juice.
For a different flavor, try adding strawberries or raspberries to the watermelon juice.
If you want a sweeter drink, add sugar or simple syrup to taste.
You can also use the grenadine syrup to get a beautiful sunset color.
Whether you're looking for a refreshing summer drink or a festive mocktail, the Orange Sunset Mocktail is sure to hit the spot! Made with just a few simple ingredients, this delicious drink is perfect for sipping on hot summer days or during the holiday season. So, what are you waiting for? Give this recipe a try today!
How to Make the Orange Sunset Mocktail
Mint Leaves & Lemon Juice
In a mixing glass, combine freshly chopped mint leaves and lemon juice. Muddle the mint in the lemons to emphasize its freshness and taste. A few lemon slices may also be added to the glass.
To make the Orange Sunset Mocktail, add fresh orange juice to a glass. Use tetra packs or canned orange juice if necessary. Freshly extracted orange juice is ideal.
Ice cubes are required for a mocktail. In this situation, it is unquestionably the case. The presence of adequate ice cubes creates an ice barrier between the orange juice and the subsequent juice. This ensures that the colors do not mingle together, therefore add enough ice cubes.
Sprite / Sweet Aerated Water / Sweetened Club Soda
It's important to have a light and lively sensation. It ensures that the colors don't mix too much and maintain their distinct hues. It also gives the entire mocktail an ice chill.
Finally, add some fresh watermelon juice. Simply chop the fruit and blend it with a filter to obtain plenty of liquid. To ensure that the hues don't mingle, use a slowly pour the watermelon juice. And there you have a gorgeous sunset effect in a mimosa glass.
The Orange Sunset Mocktail is not only refreshing and flavorful but also healthy. Oranges are a good source of Vitamin C, which helps in boosting immunity. Watermelons, on the other hand, are 90% water and help in hydrating the body. They also contain vitamins A, B-complex, and C. So, this mocktail is a great way to enjoy the summer while also staying healthy.
Fat- 0.27 g
Sodium- 16 mg
Potassium- 329 mg
Carbohydrates- 26.94 g
Fiber- 0.95 g
Protein- 0.85 g
Vitamin A- 1671 IU
Vitamin C- 54.67 mg
Calcium- 22 mg
Iron- 0.42 mg
The Orange Sunset Mocktail is a refreshing and healthy summer drink. Made with watermelon and orange juice, it is perfect for a summer party or to cool off on a hot day. So, try this mocktail recipe and enjoy the summer season. Don’t forget to check out the variety of non-alcoholic drinks we offer. Cheers to a tasteful summer and sip the heat away!