Prepare something special for your mum this mother’s day, or if you’re a mum yourself, share these cocktail concoctions with the person who taught you how to become the best mum after her.

Looking to level up your special treat for mum this mother’s day? Aside from the usual brunch or spa pampering sessions, we have prepared delicious cocktails and mocktails to treat (and drink with) your mum this mother’s day.

Minty Watermelon Cocktail

You’ll never go wrong to impress mum with this fancy cocktail with hints of pink – the perfect drink for brunch or dinner.

Refreshing watermelon cocktail with ice and mint

What you’ll need: pureed watermelon, mint leaves, your favourite prosecco, small watermelon slices for garnish.

How to make it: Mix watermelon and prosecco together in a cocktail shaker, or stir in a large pitcher if you’re planning to make more than 1 serving. Add mint leaves on top for garnish and serve with small watermelon slices.

For virgin/non-alcoholic version: use sparkling cider or club soda in replacement of prosecco.

Mother of Pearl

coconut cocktail with pearl

What you’ll need: vodka, coconut milk, lychee syrup or nectar, lime juice, pearly sago, coconut shreds

How to make it: combine vodka, coconut milk, lychee syrup, lime juice and ice in a cocktail shaker. Shake and pour in a cocktail glass or if convenient, pour into a coconut shell. Garnish with pearly white sago and coconut shreds.

For virgin/non-alcoholic version: omit vodka.

Grapefruit Mojito

Add hints of sunshine to the classic mojito mix, and impress mum with this summer flavour.

cold refreshing summer homemade lemon and pink grapefruit lemonade with ice in a glass on a grey concrete or stone background

What you’ll need: thinly sliced grapefruits and lemons, mints, sugar, rum, lime juice cordial, sparkling water or club soda

How to make it: pour a small portion of lime juice cordial, mint and sugar in a glass or pitcher. Crush the ingredients together to release the mint flavour and dissolve sugar. Squeeze the lemon and grapefruit, add the rum and mix well, top up with soda water and ice. Garnish with grapefruit, lemons slices and mint.

For virgin/non-alcoholic version: omit rum.

Citrusy Champagne Sangria

Reward mum with this perfect sangria mix that will surely bring summer vibes.

citrus summer cangria

What you’ll need: chardonnay (or other white wine), hulled and quartered fresh strawberries, lemon slices, grapefruit slices, sparkling water or fruit soda and ice

How to make it: place strawberries, lemon and grapefruit slices in a pitcher. Pour in rum and wine, mix together, cover and let it soak overnight in the refrigerator. Upon serving, pour the sangria mix into a glass with ice, put remaining sliced fruits in and add chilled sparkling water or fruit soda.

For virgin/non-alcoholic version: use sparkling water or fruit soda in replacement of chardonnay.

English Garden

This concoction is as refreshing as strolling through the garden in spring time, reminiscent of flowers blooming with its lovely scent and tangy flavour. Partner it with seafood, salads or charcuterie.

refreshing english garden cocktail with watermelon

What you’ll need: dry rose wine, lime juice, watermelon cubes, rosemary, lime wheel, pinch of salt

How to make it: dry rose wine and lime juice in a Collins glass, stir. Fill the glass halfway with crushed ice, add a pinch of salt and stir again. Add in a few more crushed ice to fill the glass. Garnish with watermelon cubes, lime wheel and rosemary.

For virgin/non-alcoholic version: use rose water in replacement of rose wine.

Mango Julius cocktail

A spinoff on the classic orange julius.

mango julius smoothie cocktail

What you’ll need: ripe mangoes, milk, vanilla ice cream, vanilla extract, rum, sugar and pineapple juice (optional)

How to make it: puree all the ingredients in a blender, add ice and puree until mixture is smooth.

For virgin/non-alcoholic version: omit rum.

Wine Storage Cabinet  Recommendation

Our multi-temperature wine cabinets have 3 individual temperature zones that is best for the optimal storage of different types of wines. In the upper area, red wines can be cooled at +18°C while the bottom area is ideal for cooling sparkling wine or champagne. The middle zone is ideal for cooling white wines which should be stored at drinking temperature. Check out our recommended wine cabinets here:




Fridge Recommendation

Store fresh fruits significantly longer in our Liebherr BioFresh compartment  and use SuperCool function in your Liebherr fridge for rapid cooling of fruits and drinks. Check out our recommended fridges here:

SBSes 7165 Get the best of both worlds because our famous Side-by-Side contains BioFresh compartment, SuperCool function and a Vinidor (multi-temperature wine cabinet). Which covers up all your food and wine storage needs!