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Hydrating Summer Paloma Mocktail

The perfect summer mocktail, or cocktail, offers refreshment with energizing citrus fruits and electrolytes. Check out our recipe.

Hello, summer! Warmer days call for refreshing and delicious mocktails, or cocktails… Bonus points if you can make them semi-healthy too. That’s why we’ve crafted the perfect summer cocktail for all of your summer Friday happy hours or weekend dinner parties. The combination of lime and grapefruit give a tart, punchy flavor while offering a dose of antioxidants and vitamin C to boost the immune system. We’ve also added LMNT’s grapefruit electrolyte powder for an extra grapefruit-y flavor and the added benefit of hydration. LMNT powders have the perfect balance of sodium, potassium, and magnesium for proper hydration that we all need. It’s not enough to drink a glass of water; our cells require electrolytes and in the right amount. If you choose to add alcohol to your mocktail, we like to believe that a packet of LMNT cancels out any negative effects of the tequila, but don’t quote us on that. 

Right now LMNT is offering AGEIST readers a free 8-serving sample pack with any purchase. We are loving grapefruit flavor right now for the warmer days. 

Enjoy this delicious cocktail with zero guilt.



  • Add all ingredients, aside from the sparkling water, to a shaker with ice and shake vigorously
  • Strain liquid into a prepared glass and top with sparkling water
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Taylor Marks
Taylor Marks is a certified holistic health coach and professionally trained chef from The Institute of Culinary Education. Her passions include the latest research in health science, culinary arts, holistic wellness, and guiding others towards feeling their best.

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