Mashville Highball

The Best Non-alcoholic Highball Recipe

This non-alcoholic highball recipe is perfect for serving up at parties that aren't primarily focused on alcohol or when you just want a refreshing beverage in the middle of summer! It's a great alcoholic cocktail alternative if you're looking to stay on the healthier side while maintaining a party atmosphere. It is such a fun and simple drink, with fresh flavors and citrus notes, perfect for any time of year!

The History and Tradition of Highball Mocktail Recipes

A highball is traditionally a tall drink made with whiskey and water, but some cocktail recipes also use non-alcoholic ingredients—these "mocktails" work just as well as the alcoholic ones do. The recipe dates back to the 19th century, when bar patrons would order their drinks by how tall they were. A tall drink meant a shot of liquor, while a short drink was mixed in a small glass with soda water or other mixers.

One of the earliest highball mocktails was "Ginger Pop," a drink of ginger ale and water. This can be traced back to 1933 and may have been created as early as 1885! There's also an old Irish custom that involves drinking "Scotch and Sodas," which is essentially just soda and whisky (almost a highball), and it's been around at least since the 1800s.

One of the attractions of highball drinks is that they can be dressed up in many different ways, depending on what you like to drink. You could even start your own tradition if you like!

Why Use Seir Hill Mashville for This Highball Recipe?

Mashville is a unique and flavorful combination of ingredients that brings notes of orange, mandarin, lemon peel, and lime peel with a hint of juniper with the perfect amount of burn in mixed drinks. You'll love this perfect combination that is going to smell amazing as you mix up this citrus highball recipe!

Mashville has a really nice, rounded flavor and if you use it in your mocktail or highball recipe, especially with a bit of fizz from the soda water, you're going to get a delicious and refreshing drink that isn't too sweet.

And this is why Mashville is going to be the ideal choice for your next highball! The best part about it is that everyone can enjoy it, whether or not they normally enjoy spirits in their drinks.

Mashville Highball Recipe

So, let's get started with making our delicious highball recipe!


  • 2 ounces of Seir Hill Mashville
  • Dash of soda water (to give that fizz)
  • A fresh lemon wedge to garnish
  • Ice cubes

Glass: Highball glass

How to Make Mashville Highball Mocktail Recipe

  • First, you will need to gather your ingredients. Put one ice cube into your highball glass.
  • Squeeze in a bit of that fresh lemon and rub on the edge of the glass
  • Pour the Seir Hill Mashville into your highball glass. Add an ice cube or two to further chill it down; next, finish it off with a dash of soda water for that fizz!

Garnish it with the lemon wedge, then serve and enjoy your drink.

The great thing about this recipe is that it's slightly sweet and just fizzy enough to be a fun and refreshing drink. If you're looking for something a touch less fizzy, swap out the soda water with tonic water for a sweeter version.


Mashville Highball Mocktail Variations

We're sure you're going to love this delicious highball recipe, but if you need something just a bit sweeter or with fewer ingredients, try out some of these non-alcoholic variations!

For a Delicate Coffee Flavor

If you want a richer, chocolatier taste for this highball recipe, add in some coffee Liqueur or Kahlúa but drop the lemon. It will add a hint of coffee flavor without affecting the flavor of your drink. Also, add an ounce of cream to make it even silkier! If you don't want to use cream, you can add a non-dairy alternative like coconut milk.

It might sound odd at first, but this variation on the highball uses milk for a cheekier treat! It's delicious and smooth. This is ideal if you add other flavors like mint chocolate syrup or vanilla extract.

Try It with Grapefruit Juice

You’ll need native julep mint sprigs to wipe around the glass rim and garnish and 0.25 ounces of grapefruit juice along with your 2 oz. of Mashville and a splash of soda.

Use a muddler or the handle end of a wooden spoon to gently crush up some mint sprigs in the bottom of your mixing glass. You could use an old-fashioned glass if you like, but it will be much easier to use something with a bit of weight. Keep the mint leaves in the glass as you add other ingredients.

Enjoy Your Perfect Highball Mocktail with Seir Hill!

There you have it! The best non-alcoholic highball recipe with Seir Hill Mashville that's perfect for any time of the year. This unique combination is great whether you're looking to enjoy a refreshing drink without alcohol or if you want something more flavorful on a special occasion. All of these variations are great for different settings, from a party with friends at your house to a special event for work.

You can find Seir Hill's Mashville on our website and make a delicious highball recipe right now!

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