Hilton Seychelles’ Dry January Mocktail Extravaganza

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Experience the tropical paradise of Seychelles with Hilton’s Dry January mocktails. Dive into a world of exotic flavors, wellness, and creativity.

As the new year unfolds, the Hilton Seychelles properties are introducing a delightful Dry January experience, inviting guests to savour the essence of a tropical paradise with exquisite non-alcoholic mocktails. Renowned mixologists at Mango House Seychelles, DoubleTree by Hilton Allamanda Resort & Spa, and Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa have crafted mocktail recipes that promise to tantalize taste buds and elevate the island escape.

Mango House Seychelles: Mixologist Richard Cesar Creates Exotic Sensations

Hilton Seychelles' Dry January Mocktail Extravaganza

1. Hibiscus Kiss: A Tropical Embrace

  • Story & Benefits: Dive into the tropical richness of hibiscus and elderflower syrups combined with lime juice and soda, creating a sense of exotic sweetness with a refreshing fizz. This mocktail is a healthy and indulgent choice, rich in Vitamin C and antioxidants.

2. Tango With Mango: A Lush Dance of Flavors

  • Story & Benefits: “Tango with Mango” brings the lushness of mango puree, the nutty twist of orgeat syrup, and the non-alcoholic kick of rum. This delightful dance of flavours offers a tropical escape with each sip – and is even rich in Vitamin C for increased immune health.

3. Fizzy Passion: Nature’s Celebration

  • Story & Benefits: Crafted by Richard Cesar, the “Fizzy Passion” blends fresh passion fruit, Seedlip, sugar syrup, and ginger beer, creating an exotic, invigorating experience. Packed with tropical flavours and a zesty fizz, this mocktail celebrates nature’s goodness.

4. Richard Cesar: The Creative Mixologist

  • Meet the Mixologist: Richard Cesar, a 40-year-old mixologist, infuses passion and imagination into his creations. Working at Mango House LXR, Richard’s signature cocktails grace the Soley Bar menu – although he usually enjoys crafting special drinks tailored to guests’ individual requests.

DoubleTree by Hilton Allamanda Resort & Spa: Meet Bartender Gokul

Hilton Seychelles' Dry January Mocktail Extravaganza

5. Panagam Mocktail: South Indian Inspiration

  • Story & Benefits: Bartender Gokul presents the “Panagam Mocktail,” inspired by a local drink in South India named “Panagam”. This refreshing drink, rich in coconut water, honey, and cinnamon, offers hydration and antioxidant properties.

6. Gokul: The Cricket-Loving Bartender

  • Meet the Mixologist: Gokul, a 25-year-old bartender from India, brings his expertise to DoubleTree by Hilton Seychelles Allamanda Resorts and Spa. Passionate about creating new recipes, Gokul loves playing cricket and creating unique beverages.

Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa: Introducing Mixologist Namita

Hilton Seychelles' Dry January Mocktail Extravaganza

7. Coconut Mint Cooler: A Full-Body Reset

  • Benefits: Mixologist Namita introduces the “Coconut Mint Cooler,” a full-body reset mocktail that boosts energy, improves mental clarity, and supports digestion. This drink showcases the resort’s commitment to well-being with its vegan and lactose-free components.

8. Namita: The Himalayan Mixologist

  • Meet the Mixologist: Born and raised in the Himalayas of Nepal, 23-year-old Namita started her journey in the hotel industry at 16. Namita’s dedication to sustainability and creative mixology shine through in her mouth-watering drinks.

Embarking on a Dry January Journey

9. Dry January at Hilton Seychelles: A Wellness Commitment

  • Dry January with Hilton: Embark on a Dry January journey with Hilton Seychelles and savor these exclusive mocktails crafted by talented mixologists – a testament to Hilton’s commitment to wellness, creativity, and world-class hospitality.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1. What is Dry January?

  • A: Dry January is a health initiative where individuals abstain from consuming alcoholic beverages for the entire month of January.

Q2. Are these mocktails suitable for all ages?

  • A: Yes, these mocktails are non-alcoholic and suitable for guests of all ages.

Q3. Can I request custom mocktail creations at these Hilton properties?

  • A: Absolutely! The mixologists are known for crafting special drinks tailored to individual requests.

Q4. Are these mocktails available year-round, or only during January?

  • A: While they are introduced for Dry January, some mocktails may be available year-round at select Hilton Seychelles properties.

Q5. Do these mocktails contain any allergens?

  • A: It’s always best to check with the Hilton staff for specific allergen information, as ingredients may vary.

Q6. How can I make reservations to try these mocktails?

  • A: You can make reservations directly through the Hilton Seychelles website or by contacting the respective properties.

Conclusion: A Flavorful Escape

In conclusion, Hilton Seychelles properties offer a tantalizing journey into the world of non-alcoholic mocktails during Dry January. From the exotic “Hibiscus Kiss” to the refreshing “Coconut Mint Cooler,” these creations showcase the creativity and commitment to the well-being of the talented mixologists at Mango House Seychelles, DoubleTree by Hilton Allamanda Resort & Spa, and Hilton Seychelles Northolme Resort & Spa. So, raise your glass (or mocktail) to a tropical paradise and a healthier you with Hilton Seychelles!

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