Rosemary Pear Mocktail

After months of drinking seltzer mixed with ginger ale and lots of Olipop, I’ve been really wanting a good cocktail. I’m only a few weeks out from a dirty martini, but in the meantime, I’ve been experimenting with mocktail recipes at home that I can easily add liquor to for Anel to enjoy as a regular cocktail too.

This rosemary pear mocktail is by far the best one we’ve tried! It’s so yummy, satisfying, and refreshing. Plus it was fun to make and made me feel fancy.

Just add vodka or gin to make it into a real cocktail!

Rosemary Pear Mocktail

Original recipe found here.


Rosemary Simple Syrup
– 1 cup sugar
– 1 cup water
– 2-3 sprigs of fresh rosemary

Rosemary Pear Mocktail
– Ice
– 4 tbsp pear juice
– 1 tbsp rosemary simple syrup
– 1 tsp lemon juice
– 6 tbsp sparkling water
– 1 oz vodka (if you want a cocktail version)

Simple Syrup Directions
1. Combine sugar and water in a pot and cook over medium heat.

2. Cook until sugar is completely melted/dissolved.

3. Turn off heat and allow the mix to cool with rosemary sprigs.

4. Once cooled remove rosemary sprigs and set syrup aside.

Mocktail Directions

5. Add ice to a cocktail mixer

6. Add pear juice, rosemary simple syrup, and lemon juice. If you’re making it a cocktail, you can add a shot of vodka at this point too.

7. Shake

8. Pour into a glass and top of with sparkling water.

9. Garnish with fresh pear slices or sprigs of thyme.

10. Enjoy!

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