Talonmore Roar cocktail for World Health Day

Talonmore x Antioxi

Non-alcoholic cocktail from Talonmore for World Health Day

Talonmore Non Alcoholic Spirit joins forces with mushroom supplement specialists Antioxi and Edinburgh’s Nightcap Cocktail Bar to highlight the health & wellbeing benefits both brands provide – all poured into a deliciously refreshing non-alcoholic drink.

Talonmore x Antioxi

To celebrate World Health Day on 7th April, Talonmore has teamed-up with mushroom supplement specialists Antioxi to create the ‘Talonmore Roar’ – a brand-new cocktail boasting extraordinary health benefits and unique characteristics.

Crafted by mixologists at Nightcap Cocktail Bar in Edinburgh, the serve fuses Talonmore with Antioxi’s ‘Lion’s Mane’ supplement creating an unconventional alcohol-free take on the traditional Dark & Stormy cocktail.

The ‘Talonmore Roar’ aims to showcase the cognitive health & wellbeing benefits provided by both non-alcoholic spirits & mushroom supplements. Talonmore & Antioxi products are available to purchase on the brand websites, so health enthusiasts can mix the cocktail for themselves at-home.


Recipe for Talonmore Roar Cocktail

– 50ml – Talonmore NA Spirit
– 1 teaspoon of Antioxi Lion’s Mane
– 150ml of light tonic water
– Orange Wedge Garnish
– Ice

Talonmore is 0% ABV and brewed with Scottish water; fired by the spice of ginger and Assam tea it contains key superfoods including prickly pear and hawthorn berry.

Lion’s Mane, an age-old mushroom with roots in Asia, holds a rich history of culinary and medicinal practices dating back thousands of years.

To purchase the ingredients to make your own Talonmore Roar, visit https://talonmoredrinks.com/ 




I am Emma and with my husband Mark write Foodie Explorers, which is a food and travel website.

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