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7 Best Mocktail Drinks in Singapore [2023]

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Best Mocktail Singapore
Best Mocktail Singapore

Singapore is a great place for foodies of all kinds. Whether you’re looking for a delicious meal or some amazing drinks, you’ll find what you’re looking for in this city-state. In particular, Singapore is known for its amazing mocktail Singapore drinks. If you’re looking for something refreshing and tasty, then check out these seven best mocktail drinks in Singapore!

1. Chewing Gum Mule, Origin Bar

Chewing Gum Mule, Origin Bar - Mocktail Singapore
Chewing Gum Mule, Origin Bar – Mocktail Singapore (Credits Shangri La Singapore Origin Bar)
Key Services: The drink is made by fermenting ricotta whey with coconut blossom honey and fresh banana
Website: http://www.shangri-la.com/singapore/shangrila/dining/bars-lounges/origin-bar/
Address: Shangri-La Singapore (Lobby Level, Tower Wing, 22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350)
Phone: +65 6213 4595
Operating Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 5pm to 12am
Close on Mondays

Origin Bar is a great place to find mocktails that are both delicious and unique. One of their most popular mocktails is the Chewing Gum Mule. This drink is made by fermenting ricotta whey with coconut blossom honey and fresh banana. It’s a refreshing and flavorful drink that is perfect for any occasion.

2. Dill & Pear, Caffe Fernet

Dill & Pear, Caffe Fernet - Mocktail Singapore
Dill & Pear, Caffe Fernet – Mocktail Singapore (Credits Caffe Fernet)
Key Services: The drink is made with squeezed whole pear, dill, lime, and verjus
Website: https://www.caffefernet.sg/
Address: Customs House 70 Collyer Quay, #01-05 Singapore 049323
Phone: +(65) 9178 1105
Operating Hours: Mon – Thu: 5pm – 11pm
Fri – Sat: 12pm – 12am
Sun: 12pm – 11pm
Happy Hour: opening – 6.30pm

Caffe Fernet is a fernet-based cocktail, served in an old-fashioned glass. A whole pear is squeezed, skin, flesh, and all giving the drink its brilliant green color. The ideal combination is grapefruit, Key Limes, and blood oranges. This juice’s key limeade base combines the tartness of lime juice with that of verjus, a white vinegar made from chilies. It makes you wonder why anyone would choose the poisonous option on the other side of the menu.

3. The Summer in Paris, Atlas

The Summer in Paris, Atlas - Mocktail Singapore
The Summer in Paris, Atlas – Mocktail Singapore (Credits Atlas)
Key Services: The drink is made with non-alcoholic chardonnay, a house-made lemon berry tea syrup, and a float of soda water
Website: https://atlasbar.sg/
Address: Parkview Square 600 North Bridge Road Singapore, 188778
Phone: +65 6396 4466
Operating Hours: Mon – Thurs: 12pm – 1am
Fri & Sat: 12pm – 2am
Sundays at ATLAS : by reservation only

Atlas opens in a new window and is known for its cocktails, so we anticipate nothing less of their mocktails. The Summer in Paris is made with non-alcoholic chardonnay, a house-made lemon berry tea syrup, and a float of soda water.

4. Pink Pacific at Kinki

Pink Pacific at Kinki - Mocktail Singapore
Pink Pacific at Kinki – Mocktail Singapore (Credits Kinki)
Key Services: The drink is made with pineapple juice, coconut syrup, strawberry syrup, and fresh cream
Website: https://www.kinki.com.sg/
Address: 70 Collyer Quay #02-02 Customs House Singapore 049323
Phone: +65 6533 3471
Operating Hours: Restaurant:
Mondays – Saturdays: 12pm-3pm (Last order 2.30pm),
6pm-10.30pm (Last order 10pm)

Sundays: 12pm-3pm (Last order 2.30pm)

Rooftop Bar: 
Mondays – Saturdays: 5pm-11.59pm (Last order 11pm)

Kinki takes the scene up a notch with her unique sense of style. The riverside offers no shortage of sophisticated, polished bars, but Kinki adds a bit of character and grime to the mix. This graffiti-plastered corner bar stands out like a sore thumb on the block. And you don’t have to drink to enjoy yourself here. Give the Pink Pacific mocktail a go – how can you go wrong with ingredients like pineapple juice, coconut syrup, strawberry syrup, and fresh cream? It’s almost like drinking a dessert!

5. Virgin Pina Colada at Empress

Virgin Pina Colada at Empress - Mocktail Singapore
Virgin Pina Colada at Empress – Mocktail Singapore (Credits Empress)
Key Services: Delightfully tropical taste of pineapple and coconut
Website: http://empress.com.sg/wp/
Address: 1 Empress Pl, #01-03 Asian Civilisations Museum Singapore, Singapore 179555
Phone: +65 6776 0777
Operating Hours: Mondays to Fridays
Lunch: 11.30am – 3pm 
(last order 2.30pm)
Dinner: 6pm – 10.30pm 
(last order 10.00pm)

Saturdays & Sundays
Lunch: 11am – 3pm
(last order 2.30pm)
(Dim Sum Brunch last order 2.30pm)
Dinner: 6pm – 10.30pm 
(last order 10.00pm)

Another favourite of mine is this restaurant at the Asian Civilisations Museum. The bar menu here is once again deceptive in that it appears to be devoid of mocktails. Don’t be fooled, though; the bartender has been observed to make a non-liquor drink of your choosing, as well as a delectable one. The virgin pina colada is our recommendation: The pleasantly tropical flavor of pineapple and coconut is more clearly revealed after the alcohol has been removed.

6. Rosé at Great Mischief

Rosé at Great Mischief - Mocktail Singapore
Rosé at Great Mischief – Mocktail Singapore (Credits The Great Mischief)
Key Services: It is made from the finest grapes and has hints of salted raspberry and chamomile in it
Website: https://www.thegreatmischief.sg/
Address: National Gallery Singapore 1 St Andrew’s Road, #01-17 Singapore 178957
Phone: +65 8721 3150
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday
Brunch – 10am to 5pm
(Last Order 4.30pm)

Monday to Sunday
Dinner 6pm to 10pm
(Last Order 9.30pm) 

The National Gallery has re-opened The Great Mischief, which was formerly located within The Great Madras in Little India. The restaurant, which offers pastel-hued walls, golden accents, scallop chairs, and terrazzo tables in contrast to the previous decor with neon lights and turquoise tiles, is an inspiration from a Wes Anderson film. The updated feel has a nice mix of antiquity and modernity, reflecting the art gallery.

The Great Mischief features a wide range of non-alcoholic wines, including Rosé ($12 glass/$48 bottle), White ($13 glass/$48 bottle), and Red ($12 glass/$48 bottle). Rose is a bold and heady wine, made from the finest grapes. It has hints of salted raspberry and chamomile in it, with toasted cinnamon and yuzu added to the White version. The red variety, on the other hand, contains lemon marmalade and hibiscus. If you are heading down, try to snag a seat at one of their window nook booth seats. It offers a scenic view of the skyscrapers, perfect for couples on dates.

7. Kult Cooler at Kult Kafé

Kult Cooler at Kult Kafé - Mocktail Singapore
Kult Cooler at Kult Kafé – Mocktail Singapore (Credits Kult Kafe via Instagram)
Key Services: It is made with ginger, lemongrass, and kaffir lime leaves muddled with fresh lemon juice and topped with soda
Website: Nil
Address: 200 Turf Club Road, 01-19B (South Carpark), Singapore, 287994
Phone: 93892185
Operating Hours: Wednesday – Friday 3pm – 10.30pm
Saturday – Sunday 9am – 10.30pm

The Colonial House on Emily Hill, which is perched atop an old colonial mansion, features a varied cocktail menu with several twists on classics, such as the Kult Julep with rum, kaffir lime leaf, and gula melaka, and the Bloody Belacan, which is a spicy take on the bloody mary. Kult Café also has a non-alcoholic drinks selection, which is just as exquisite.

Mocktail Singapore

Mocktail drinks are a great way to enjoy the flavors of your favorite alcohol without the negative health effects. They’re also an excellent choice for those who want to avoid drinking and driving, or just don’t like alcohol at all! No matter what mocktails you choose, you’ll find that they’re delicious as well as refreshing.

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