Sparkling Rosemary & Cranberry Mocktail

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Preparation Time 10 minutes Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 2 Cost Per Serving $1.75
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Sparkling Rosemary & Cranberry Mocktail
1/4 cupFresh or Frozen Cranberries
1/4 cupFresh or Frozen Blackberries
4 tbsp (2 oz shot glass)Fresh Clementine Juice (you can use any type of orange)
1 cupSparkling Water
2 tbspRosemary Simple Syrup
2 cupsIce
Rosemary Simple Syrup
1/2 cupHoney
1/4 cupBoiling Water
2Rosemary Sprigs
2 tbspClementine or Orange Zest


  1. ​Pour the honey, rosemary and orange zest in a small Mason jar or glass container with a lid. Pour in the boiling water, tighten the lid well and shake to combine. Store in the refrigerator to cool until ready to use
  2. Place cranberries, blackberries and clementine juice in a large glass or mason jar and muddle (crush) with a large wooden spoon. Add rosemary simple syrup and a few cubes of ice. Secure a lid on top and shake well.
  3. Strain into glass filled with ice and top with sparkling water. Gently stir and garnish with clementine zest and a sprig of rosemary.


  • ​The biggest risk factor for liver cancer is drinking too much alcohol. If you do choose to drink alcohol, limit yourself to 1 standard drink per day for women and 2 standard drinks for men. A standard drink is a 12 ounce bottle of beer, a 5 ounce glass of wine or 1.5 ounces of spirits. To help limit the amount of alcohol you drink, keep non-alcoholic beverages in your fridge that you can have instead. Make a special “mocktail” to have on hand for celebrations.
  • Getting enough fluids every day helps support your liver in filtering and removing toxins from the body. Every person’s fluid needs are different. Talk to your dietitian about how much fluid you should be getting. 
  • Cranberries are rich in plant nutrients such as anthocyanins and flavonoids that help lower overall inflammation and neutralize the effect of free radicals on the body. They may also help fight cancer. Because there are many different types of plant nutrients in cranberries that work together to have these health effects, whole cranberries are healthier than cranberry extracts or other supplements. 
  • Animal and cell studies suggest that rosemary may help boost the immune system, improve circulation and help fight cancer by preventing tumour growth. More research in humans is needed.