Rooibos and Pineapple Mocktail

Rooibos and Pineapple Mocktail

If you're looking for a cocktail that's light, sweet, and refreshing, this pineapple and rooibos mocktail is the perfect choice. This recipe is a real winner, whether you're looking for something to sip on while you're lounging around or want to impress your friends with something other than wine.

The rooibos tea is the show's star in this mocktail, providing a light, slightly sweet flavor and earthy notes that goes well with just about any fruit flavor you can imagine. The pineapple and lemon juice are natural partners and work together to bring a slightly tart flavor to the pairing, and the sugar adds a hint of sweetness.

Rooibos tea has a light, slightly sweet flavor that goes well with just about any fruit flavor you can imagine. This combination of pineapple juice and lemon juice is so good! Try this simple mocktail recipe next time you want something fruity and delicious—it's sure to become your new favorite!

Pineapple and lemon are a dynamic duo of flavors here, as the tartness of the lemon nicely balances with the natural sweetness of the pineapple. It is the perfect mocktail to go with your favorite rooibos tea.

This refreshing mocktail is also relatively healthy, as rooibos tea is known for its many health benefits, including providing a natural source of vitamin C. It also contains antioxidants (which help you avoid free radicals and thus lessen the likelihood of cancer).


  • 2 cup rooibos tea (chilled)
  • pineapple juice
  • lemon juice
  • fresh mint
  • Sugar


  1. Brew the tea in hot water for five minutes. Let it cool and mix sugar in the tea.
  2. In a pitcher, combine all ingredients and stir well. Fill glasses with ice and pour over the top. Serve immediately!
  3. Serve Chilled.

Rooibos tea is an excellent alternative if you're trying to cut out caffeine. Rooibos has high levels of antioxidants and polyphenols, which are thought to be good for heart health and cancer prevention. Rooibos also contains no tannins or oxalates (two compounds that can cause digestive problems). And it's naturally sweet.

The pineapple has a high content of vitamin C, which plays an essential role in the growth and repair of tissues in your body. It also has bromelain, an enzyme that helps reduce swelling and inflammation. As if that weren't enough, pineapple juice contains potassium, which helps lower blood pressure by relaxing muscles throughout the body and helping you maintain a healthy heart rhythm.

If lemon juice isn't available, lime juice can be substituted. Lemon juice is one of the most popular ingredients in mocktails due to its versatility and abundance of health benefits. If you're not a fan of sugar, you can use honey instead. Just make sure it does not have any added flavorings or ingredients.


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