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Article: Laoris Garden - Non-alcoholic cocktail with rhubarb

alkoholfreier Rhababer Vanille Drink mit Laori Juniper No 1

Laoris Garden - Non-alcoholic cocktail with rhubarb

Laoris Garden proves that the sour rhubarb is suitable for delicious, refreshing and non-alcoholic cocktails: with Laori Juniper No 1, a shot Vanilla syrup and the freshness of lime juice give rhubarb a welcome change from the most common non-alcoholic cocktails. Laoris Garden is quick and easy to prepare - perfect for watching the sunset on the balcony. We'll explain here how you get your refreshing, non-alcoholic cocktail.

Recipe - non-alcoholic cocktail Laoris Garden


  • 4 cl Laori Juniper No 1
  • 2 cl vanilla syrup⁠
  • 1.5 cl lime juice⁠
  • Rhubarb spritzer
  • 3 ice cubes

Glass & Decoration

  • Tumbler & rhubarb zest


  • First put the ice cubes in the glass.
  • Then pour in 4 cl Laori Juniper No 1.
  • Next add the vanilla syrup and then the lime juice.
  • Pour in rhubarb spritzer. Use a peeler to remove a zest from a fresh rhubarb stalk. Pour it into the glass and then enjoy!

Rhubarb is a vegetable

Spring time is rhubarb time: As soon as the sweet and sour stalks are available on the market alongside strawberries and asparagus, summer is not far away. Because rhubarb often finds its way into cakes, is cooked into compote or jam, or is drunk as a refreshing lemonade, it is often referred to as a fruit. This is a knotweed plant that is a vegetable.

The greenish to red vegetable originally comes from the Himalayan region and is particularly widespread in Asia. A distinction is made here between green and red rhubarb. The following applies: the redder the less sour the popular spring vegetable tastes.

Rhahaber is the fitter and incredibly healthy

Rhubarb not only tastes good - it is also incredibly healthy: the vegetable only contains 14 kilocalories per 100 grams and is completely fat-free. It gets its sour taste from the high proportion of malic, citric and oxalic acid. The high potassium content in rhubarb also contributes to healthy blood pressure. Perfect for incorporating rhubarb into a non-alcoholic cocktail.

More non-alcoholic cocktails in the salon

Can't get enough of non-alcoholic summer cocktails? Then you will enjoy our Laori Blossom, the non-alcoholic cocktail with grapefruit. For the recipe go here.