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Mixology events cocktail making class drink Bakewell Fizz recipe

"With the help of Lyres, a burgeoning alcohol-free spirit and liqueur producer, we were able to create an alcohol-free version of this playful cocktail that can be enjoyed by everyone.."

Mixology events cocktail making class drink Bakewell Fizz recipe

How to make ...

Alcohol-Free Bakewell Fizz

This drink was designed with fun in mind. We love a strong booze-forward cocktail as much as the next bartender but that doesn’t mean we don’t like to have a little bit of whimsy in our mixology sometimes as well.

Method

In a Boston glass or shaker, using a jigger to measure, combine the Amaretti, cherry syrup, lemon juice and cranberry.

Fill shaker with cubed ice and seal.

Shake vigorously for 12-15 seconds. 

Add a small splash of cream soda to the bottom of a Collins glass or high ball. 

Strain the rest of the drink over the cream soda. 

Fill glass two thirds with cubed ice and top with crushed ice.

Garnish with a straw and a lemon wheel.

Serve and enjoy 

Equipment

Shaker
Jigger/measure
Bar spoon
Elbow press
Hawthorne strainer
Cubed ice

History

With the help of Lyres, a burgeoning alcohol-free spirit and liqueur producer, we were able to create an alcohol-free version of this playful cocktail that can be enjoyed by everyone. Combining the delicious alcohol-free ‘amaretti’ with cherry syrup in place of cherry liqueur result is a drink that captures all the fun and frivolity of the original without any of the booze.

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Ingredients

35ml Lyre’s Amaretti

10ml Cherry Syrup

20ml Cranberry Juice

25ml Lemon Juice 

Cream Soda top 

Lemon Wheel garnish

Times:

Prep: 2 Minutes

Make: 30 Seconds

Total: 2 Minutes and 30 Seconds

Calories:

212 calories

Servings:

Serves 1

Method

In a Boston glass or shaker, using a jigger to measure, combine the Amaretti, cherry syrup, lemon juice and cranberry.

Fill shaker with cubed ice and seal.

Shake vigorously for 12-15 seconds. 

Add a small splash of cream soda to the bottom of a Collins glass or high ball. 

Strain the rest of the drink over the cream soda. 

Fill glass two thirds with cubed ice and top with crushed ice.

Garnish with a straw and a lemon wheel.

Serve and enjoy 

Equipment

Shaker
Jigger/measure
Bar spoon
Elbow press
Hawthorne strainer
Cubed ice

History

With the help of Lyres, a burgeoning alcohol-free spirit and liqueur producer, we were able to create an alcohol-free version of this playful cocktail that can be enjoyed by everyone. Combining the delicious alcohol-free ‘amaretti’ with cherry syrup in place of cherry liqueur result is a drink that captures all the fun and frivolity of the original without any of the booze.

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Recommended

This sweet and light crowd-pleaser is one of the four drinks you’ll get to make on our Autumn/Winter seasonal cocktail masterclasses. It also makes for a brilliant welcome drink for any private event.

Use the navigation bar on the right to check out the rest of the drinks we teach on our seasonal cocktail masterclasses – we design our classes to cover as wide a range as possible whilst using as many seasonal ingredients as we can to maximise flavour and watch our carbon footprint simultaneously. You can also use the tick boxes to have a browse of every single Autumn cocktail on our list if you wanted to try your hand at home using ingredients you’ll most likely find lying around your house.

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