Most nonalcoholic drinks neglect the savory set. Seedlip Garden 108 is decidedly vegetal and herbaceous, with notes of peas, hay, hops, rosemary, thyme, and mint—lending itself quite nicely to a savory mocktail. We used it as a stand-in for gin in a dirty-martini-style mocktail (the herbal notes of Garden are a good swap for the juniper flavor in gin). Tart lemon juice balances the salty olive brine, and a little extra rosemary rounds it out.
1. Combine 1 rosemary sprig, Seedlip Garden 108, olive juice, and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker. Gently muddle, then remove the rosemary. Add ice and gently stir a few times. Strain into a coupe glass. Remove half the leaves of the remaining rosemary sprig and stick the olives on the woody part to garnish.
Originally featured in 3 Nonalcoholic Drinks That Impress