Non Alcoholic Cocktails

Banks Botanicals brings a contemporary non-alcoholic, organic, sugar free distilled spirit that is made to be savoured.

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Banks & Tonic Recipe


Banks Botanicals’ take on the classic Gin & Tonic cocktail that never goes out of style.

There's nothing more relaxing than sitting in the afternoon sunshine with a refreshing Gin & Tonic in hand. 

The G&T started its life as a medicinal cure. Back in the 1850s, British colonial officers in India faced a serious threat from mosquito-borne Malaria. Locally in India, It was known that quinine – a derivative of cinchona tree bark – not only cured malaria, but also prevented it. Soon, British officials were ordered to dose up with quinine to help fend-off the life-threatening illness. The problem was that the prescribed quinine powder was extremely bitter. To make it more palatable, British officials started adding it to sugar and soda to create a tonic water. The officers were already given a gin ration as part of their provisions and soon started mixing gin with tonic water, together with lime and so, the G&T was born!

This classic mix of Banks & Tonic is the best way to experience the vibrant and bold flavours of Banks Herbarium non-alcoholic spirit if you've never tasted it before. 

A simple mixed drink that requires just a serve of Banks Herbarium, premium tonic water and a hint of lime. The citrus elements in Banks (Lemon Myrtle & Lime), are natural flavour companions with tonic to make a sophisticated, crisp and classic mocktail.


  • 60ml Banks Botanicals
  • Premium tonic water
  • Lime 
  • Highball Glass
  • Garnish with Lime


  • Gather the ingredients. 
  • Fill a highball glass with ice. 
  • Measure & pour over ice, 60ml of Banks Herbarium 
  • Top with premium tonic 
  • Add a dash of lime. 
  • Gently stir to combine. 
  • Garnish with a lime wedge or lime slices for that classic presentation or add some Tasmanian Pepper berries to add just a little bit of bite. 
  • Serve & Enjoy 


Lime is a fantastic way to add a hint of citrus. Get the most out of your lime by running the wedge around the rim of the glass, squeeze a dash of lime into the glass, then drop the wedge in. For something unique and Australian, we suggested garnishing with Tasmanian Pepper berries instead of Lime.
Banks & Tonic Recipe

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Mix Notes

When mixing drinks with a non-alcoholic spirit such as Banks we want to reduce time that Banks mixes with Ice before the drink is served.

This is because the flavours are water soluble so as the ice melts it dilutes the flavours. It is suggested to always dry mix ingredients in a shaker before pouring over ice or adding ice to the shaker.



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