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Across the nation about one in three traffic fatalities is attributed to an impaired or drunk driver.  Hawaii is no exception to this statistic with nearly half of all traffic deaths caused by drivers under the influence.

To help support our statewide initiative of Driving Aloha we partnered with the Hawaii Department of Transportation and the Hawaii US Bartenders’ Guild to create a book of non-alcoholic drink recipes dubbed “Mocktails”.

These Mocktail recipes below have been hand crafted by some of Hawaii’s top mixologists so we hope that you will enjoy each one at your next celebration with family and friends.  With the holiday season upon us, make it your responsibility to Drive Aloha by driving sober or finding a designated driver.

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Jenn Marr

Luibueno’s Mexican & Latin Cuisine

(3) 1/4 in. thick slices of
serrano peppers
3 oz. local organic coconut water
1 oz. agave syrup
1 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
Tajin

Muddle slices of serrano peppers in a pint glass, then fill with ice, local organic coconut water, agave syrup and 1 1/2 oz. fresh lime juice. Shake to combine. Pour into a Tajin-rimmed pint glass.

Christian Self

Bevy

10-12 mint leaves
2 oz. cucumber juice
1 oz. 1:1 simple syrup
3 dashes of acid phosphate or
1/4 oz. lemon juice
3 oz. chilled club soda

Peel, juice (or rough chop blend), and strain out the pulp from a cucumber to extract the juice. Put the juice, simple syrup, phosphate or lemon juice in a Collins glass. Add mint to the glass and muddle slightly. Fill glass with ice and add soda water. Stir to combine ingredients. Garnish with cucumber slice and mint sprig.

Alejandro Alvarado

Tiki’s Grill & Bar

2 oz. pineapple juice
1 oz. banana puree
1/2 oz. hibiscus simple syrup
Macadamia nut rim
Caramelized banana (optional)

Shake pineapple juice and banana puree and strain over ice in a tall glass with a macadamia nut rim. Drizzle hibiscus syrup over the top. To make hibiscus syrup, add 2 cups of dried hibiscus fl owers and 7 cups of sugar to 9 cups of water. Boil and strain.

Jeramy Tronson

Honolulu Club

1/2 oz. simple syrup
2-3 basil leaves
1 egg white
1/2 oz. passion fruit puree
or spoon of fresh lilikoi
1/2 oz. fresh lime juice
1 1/2 oz. Gosling’s Ginger Beer

Add simple syrup and basil in a shaker and muddle. Add egg white and choice of passion fruit puree or lilikoi. Then add fresh lime juice and Gosling’s Ginger Beer. Dry shake. Add ice and shake vigorously. Double strain into martini glass and garnish with fresh basil leaves.

Christina Maffei

Liquid Artistry

3 medium-sized strawberries
3-4 large basil leaves
2 oz. fresh lemon juice
2 oz. simple syrup
Lemon-lime soda

Muddle strawberries, basil leaves, lemon juice and simple syrup in a mixing glass. Shake with ice and pour into a highball glass. Top with lemon-lime soda. Garnish with large basil leaf.

Daniel Bruce

Ruth’s Chris Steak House – Honolulu

9 raspberries
1 oz. lemon juice
1 oz. coconut water
1 tsp. sugar
1/4 oz. apple cider vinegar
Soda water

Muddle 6 raspberries with sugar, lemon juice, coconut water and apple cider vinegar in a mixing glass. Add a couple of ice cubes and stir to dilute sugar. Double strain in old-fashioned glass over fresh ice. Top with soda water. Garnish with 3 raspberries and a large lemon twist.

View all 14 recipes here:

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