Make Seedlip's non-alcoholic take on a Tom Collins

Lose the booze, keep the beverage. Try this non-alcoholic take on the classic gin cocktail, made with Seedlip's Garden 108.

seedlip non-alcoholic cocktail Tom Collins

Makes 1

Preparation time 5 mins

Cooking time 0 mins

OK OK, so we love booze. But we also know booze isn't always the best thing for us. So if you just want to pace yourself, give yourself a night off or are settling in for a whole lifestyle change – but still want to enjoy your evening tipple – trying one of the next-gen non-alcoholic spirits out is a pretty good place to start.

And what better way to sample them than with a perfectly mixed drink? These new-school drinks are made with just as much thought as booze-filled bevs, so you know they're going to be good. 

Seedlip is one of the best non-alcoholic brands out there, its expressions designed to tempt and tantalise. Their Garden 108, which features in the Be Well Collins recipe below, is green and savoury with notes of peas, mints and rosemary. Berries, herbs and more vegetal ingredients like celery and cucumber pair nicely with its herbal notes.

And if you don't want to kick the booze but do want to drink something that's healthy(ish), hard seltzers and sodas might be just the ticket. Or if you want to raise a toast with a celebration-worthy but unusual drink, try naturally fermented sparkling sipper pét-nat


  • 1oz Seedlip Garden 108
  • 1.5oz Fresh Pressed Green Juice
  • 0.5oz Ginger Syrup
  • Juice of Half a Lime
  • Pinch of @saltypaloma Fiesta Rimmer
  • 4 dashes @bittered_sling Cascade Celery Bitters
  • Fresh herbs (dill, mint, rosemary) and a lime wheel
  • Rocks glass
  • Tonic water


  1. Shake all ingredients in a shaker tin or mason jar
  2. Strain into a rocks glass
  3. Top with a splash of Fever-Tree Indian Tonic
  4. Stir to integrate bubbles