Old Fashioned Mocktail

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As many of you know, SUITS was recently released on Netflix and I have been slowly making my way through the seasons. The deeper I get into the show, the more I’ve started psychoanalyzing the characters, becoming more and more invested in their character development with each passing season. 


The show is based in New York and follows the lives of lawyers in a major law firm. I love how the show explores the complexity of humanity. There isn’t a single character who is “good”, and every character is playing out the Enneatype 3 persona of trying to get ahead at any cost. If you aren’t familiar with the Enneagram, check out Episode 8 of the Liberating Generations Podcast where we discuss ALL things Enneagram. 


ANYWAY, in the show, the characters are always celebrating over drinks, pouring a drink after work, or drinking if they have a hard day (the characters might be a little better at dealing with conflict if they weren’t drinking all of the time, but maybe that’s just me 😉). Since I don’t drink alcohol, I decided to create a mocktail that feels sophisticated and like something Harvey would sip on after winning a major case- but without the bad decisions that come AFTER. 




















This Old Fashioned Mocktail has botanical notes, it’s warm and spicy, and it contains ashwagandha, hops, and lemon balm- all of which help with sleep! The cinnamon, maple syrup, and citrus in the Three Spirit Nightcap mix bring this mocktail to the next level. 




















If you make this Old Fashioned Mocktail, be sure to leave a comment below and rate the recipe! You can also snap and picture and post it on Instagram using the hashtag #tasteofliberation.





A fun spin on a classic drink that will calm the mind and nervous system without causing any of the negative side effects. 


  • 3 oz Three Spirit Nightcap 
  • 5 dashes of NA bitters
  • Juice from 1 lime 
  • Orange peel to garnish 
  • 4 drops of stevia (or more or less for desired sweetness) 


  1. Pour all of your ingredients into a cocktail shaker then add a couple of ice cubes and shake well. 
  2. Pour over two glasses with large ice cubes. 
  3. Peel two orange peels and gently twist the orange peel directly over the glass, in order to express its oil into the cocktail, then add the orange peel as a garnish! 
  4. Cheers! 

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