Mocktails are for every occasion. If you're on your way to finishing the semester or even in the midst of graduating, it’s well worth celebrating your success with a delicious mocktail. To mimic that fizziness of a regular cocktail, sometimes sparkling water is involved — think Perrier and San Pellegrino. Flavored sparkling water can elevate your mocktail, plus it’s fewer ingredients to mix together. Here’s a list of the best flavored sparkling waters.


Waterloo announced its limited-time summer drinks alongside its partnership with chef and TV personality Guy Fieri. The new drink releases are 100% alcohol-free and take inspiration from popular summer drinks that we all know and love. The three new flavors are All-Day Rosé, Pi-Ño Colada, and Mojito Mocktail.

All-Day Rosé is reminiscent of the wine flavor you’re used to, which consists of a “red-fruit profile” with notes of citrus nuances and sweetness. For a mocktail with this flavor, you can include fruit juice or lemonade. Pi-Ño Colada is complemented with notes of pineapple, toasted coconut, and dark rum, giving you that flavor that makes you feel like you’re at the beach. For the perfect Piña mocktail, try pairing this with coconut milk, pineapple chunks, and honey. Finally, the Mojito Mocktail is lime-inspired with notes of mint, rum, and sweetness that are close to the alcoholic beverage. A great mocktail for this drink is combining it with mint leaves, honey syrup, and sugar.

Maison Perrier  

Perrier is another perfect beverage to spice up your mocktails. The popular mineral water gives off the perfect blend of distinctive bubbles, which serves as a great substitute of your usual soda. The mineral water also comes in different flavors like lemon and grapefruit. If you're looking for sparkling mocktails with this beverage, make a Watermelon Lime mocktail with a can of strawberry Maison Perrier, watermelon juice, lime juice, simple syrup, and a watermelon slice. You can also make a citrus pomegranate with a can of grapefruit Maison Perrier, pomegranate juice, orange juice, and some garnishes like basil and fresh herbs.

San Pellegrino 

This zero-sugar beverage also comes in handy for making some summer–inspired mocktails. Coming in various flavors like Aranciata, Limonata, and Pomplemo, it’ll give you vacationing in Italy vibes. With the Pomplemo, you can make a “Pomplemo splash” which features pulp-free apple juice and raspberry syrup. You can also make a “Gingermore” with the Limonata sparkling water and include lime juice, fresh juice, and fresh ginger.


LaCroix has over 10 sparkling water flavors, including cocktail-inspired drinks like Mojito. However, its Lime and Apricot sparkling waters are the perfect flavors for any cocktail base. Keep this one simple by mixing your favorite LaCroix and juice — it's always a winner. 


Everyone should know this drink by now since it’s been all over TikTok. The trendy sparkling prebiotic soda also comes in various flavors including popular ones like raspberry rose and strawberry lemon. With the raspberry rose you can make a mocktail including strawberries, lime juice, and a sprig of mint. If you want to make a tart cherry juice mocktail, use (you guessed it) tart cherry juice and a can of Poppi’s raspberry rose.