How to Set Up a Festive Mocktail Drink Station

The family fun started when I wanted to try a few new drink recipes.

I asked the fam, “Are you a Frost Bite or a Meet Me at the Mist-letoe?”

While using the key ingredient, Sierra Mist Natural, I told my family to get ready for some yumminess as I whipped up some mocktails. I also explained that this product was made with real sugar, no artificial ingredients, and 100% natural flavoring. Why did I tell them this? Because my family are all health nuts! It’s important for them to know what they are putting into their bodies.

Back to the fun drinks … during the holidays it’s festive to make special mocktails, and this time I followed 2 recipes (below) and set up an area where we could spread out so the family could be a part of it.

Setting up a festive drink station is really easy!

Why not make your kitchen area special by spreading a table cloth on the end of your center island? (Who would have thought?)

I pulled out my silver tablecloth, glass party cups, and displayed the ingredients.

My Dollar Store water goblets were even part of the set-up (frozen blueberries, yum!)

Party napkins and fresh mint.

And what was our favorite drink?

The Frost Bite Mocktail!

Today I’m sharing 2 Sierra Mist Natural Mixology recipes for you to try, perfect for the next two weeks of holiday entertaining. And if you’re interested in more Cocktail or Mocktail recipes from Sierra Mist Natural, I encourage you to “like” their Facebook page and check out pages of recipes.

Love this picture. We had fun!

Do you put effort in making your “drink station” fun and festive? And which Sierra Mist Natural Mocktail recipe would you like to try?


Recipe: Frost Bite Cocktail (Mocktail) {}

Summary: Holiday Mocktail using Sierra Mist Natural


  • 3 oz. Sierra Mist Natural
  • 2 oz. of white grape juice
  • Fresh blueberries
  • Fresh mint
  • 1 oz. pineapple juice
  • 1 oz. lime juice


  1. In a shaker filled with ice, mix lime juice and pineapple juice.
  2. Add white grape juice, mint and blueberries.
  3. Shake all ingredients well and strain into a large glass filled with ice.
  4. Top with Sierra Mist Natural.
  5. Garnish with fresh blueberries for a holiday twist. (optional)


Recipe: Meet Me At The Mist-letoe (Mocktail){}

Summary: Holiday Mocktail using Sierra Mist Natural


  • 2 oz. Sierra Mist Natural
  • 1 1⁄2 oz. raspberry juice
  • 3 leaves fresh basil
  • 1⁄2 oz. fresh lime juice
  • 1 oz. blueberry juice


  1. In a glass, muddle two basil leaves and lime juice, then add to a shaker filled with ice.
  2. Add raspberry and blueberry juice to the shaker; shake well and strain into a martini glass.
  3. Top with Sierra Mist Natural.
  4. Garnish with a basil leaf for decoration (optional)

(This post is sponsored by Sierra Mist Natural.)

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11 comments on “How to Set Up a Festive Mocktail Drink Station”

  1. Sandy, I’ve been MIA lately and am sorry I didn’t see that I was a WINNER! Woo Hoo! And how did you know “aprons” were on my Christmas list this year? I’m so excited to have another new one. Thanks so much!

  2. Those sound so yummy!

  3. I love your mocktail drink station, it’s so festive!

  4. The Frost Bite is the one I would go for. I must try it!
    Congrats to the winners of your this weeks giveaways. I have enjoyed the blogs from those giveaway gifts. Kathy

  5. Love this idea, Sandy. We will be doing this tomorrow afternoon when some friends come by for a visit and on Christmas eve when our family gathers together. The kids can enjoy this as much as the grown-ups! I know we will enjoy both drinks. Love your blog and I use so many of your ideas. TFS!

  6. Love those glass cups. Did they also come from Dollar Store?

  7. Sounds like a lot of fun! I am clearing off my built in desk in our kitchen to set up a drink station for our party this weekend.

  8. These sound so good! Wish I would have seen them before today since I’m hosting a Christmas party tonight! Oh well…maybe I’ll bring the ingredients for Christmas day with the whole gang!

  9. Great fun! I think the Meet Me at the Mistletoe would be my choice.

    BTW – love the idea of the punch cups on the tray like that – will use it this weekend at the family gathering.

  10. How fun! Enjoy having all the kids home!! :)

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