The Art of Smoking mocktails featuring smoked Rosemary. Try this non alcoholic mixer recipe at home. Guaranteed to impress!

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Adding a smoked rosemary sprig to your Brooklyn Brewed Sorrel Sparkling Rosemary Mocktail is a technique that is sure to add depth and cosoon be your signature mocktail! Brooklyn Brewed Sorrel adds a surprise twist to this herb-infused mocktail that tastes delicious on its own and is also perfect for experimentation.

If you're looking to upskill, add style & advance your home-bartending techniques, look no further than the art of smoking and create sensational mocktails with us.

Cheers to impressing friends and family!

Follow the recipe below:


2 oz Rosemary simple syrup
2 oz Brooklyn Brewed Sorrel
1 1/2 oz lemon juice
6 oz club soda

Place all ingredients in a shaker with ice and shake until cold. Get a rosemary sprig and hit it with the torch. Put the glass over it for just a minute or two and let the smoke is full up the glass. Then, strain the mocktail into this glass filled with ice. Add in the burnt rosemary for garnish.

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