Cocktails with and without alcohol

Rooibos-Raspberry cocktail with champagne

Discover the cocktail we imagined around our Rooibos – Citrus sparkling tea

    WITH ALCOHOL (for 2 glasses)
  • 12-15 raspberries
  • 20 cl of Rooibos sparkling tea – Agumes Maison Aubert
  • 30 cl of Champagne
  • 2 dashes of raspberry cream (or other red fruit)
    VIRGIN (for 2 glasses)
  • 12-15 raspberries
  • 45 cl of Rooibos sparkling tea – Agumes Maison Aubert

  1. Macerate the raspberries with 5 cl of Rooibos – Citrus sparkling tea for 20 minutes
  2. Mix the preparation and pour 3 tablespoons of the preparation at the bottom of each glass
    • VIRGIN :
      1. complete with 20 cl of Rooibos – Citrus sparkling tea
      2. your cocktail is ready
      1. add 1 dash of raspberry cream
      2. add 7 cl of Rooibos – Citrus sparkling tea
      3. complete with 15 cl of champagne
      4. your cocktail is ready

NB: you can also make the cocktail without raspberry cream, it will then be lighter and slightly tangy

VIRGIN MOJITO (without alcohol)

  • 1/2 lime
  • 8 mint leaves
  • 2 teaspoons of brown sugar
  • 15 cl of Maison Aubert l’Originale Lemonade

  1. Prepare your non-alcoholic Mojito cocktail directly in the glass.
  2. Squeeze the lime then cut it into quarters. Place said quarters in the bottom of a tube glass.
  3. Add the brown sugar and crush everything using a pestle.
  4. Clap the mint leaves between your hand and place them in the glass as well.
  5. Then pour the Original Maison Aubert lemonade.
  6. Slide in some crushed ice then mix everything with a long bar spoon.
  7. Your non-alcoholic Mojito cocktail is ready!

The essential Panaché

No need for a vast presentation of this standard of café terraces. Some prefer it with syrup, we prefer to make it with a beautiful local blonde to highlight its character and its bitterness!

  • 10 cl of beer (preferably blond and local)
  • 10 cl of Maison Aubert lemonade

  1. Make the “Panaché” recipe in a tumbler glass.
  2. Serve the lemonade over ice cubes.
  3. Top with beer.
  4. Drink very cold.

Lime wine

Whether White, Red or Rosé, everyone has their own preference for the preparation of this flagship brewery drink during the 1950s.

  • 8 cl of red or white/dry rosé wine
  • 4 cl of Maison Aubert lemonade

  1. Make the lime wine recipe directly in a wine glass.
  2. Pour the chilled wine into the glass, then the chilled lemonade.
  3. Serve with a slice of lemon in the wine glass.

Lynchburg Lemonade

Since Prohibition, Moore County where the Jack Daniel's distillery is located has been a “dry county” where it is forbidden to buy alcohol. Visitors to the historic distillery are therefore served lemonade!
Lynchburg Lemonade is a refreshing cocktail born in Tennessee in homage to the historic distillery.

  • 4 cl of Jack Daniel's old N°7
  • 2 cl of triple sec
  • 2 cl of sour mix (1/3 water, 1/3 sugar, 1/3 lemon)
  • 8 cl of Maison Aubert Lemonade
  • 2 slices of lemon
  • Ice cubes

  1. Make the “Lynchburg Lemonade” recipe directly in a Mason Jar.
  2. Pour all the ingredients (except the lemonade) into the glass containing ice cubes.
  3. Shaker
  4. Add Maison Aubert lemonade

Shopping cart


No products in the cart.

Continue Shopping