High Tide Harmony Mocktail



While Etheridge Organics' pure harmony is wonderful experience unto itself, pairing it with a splash of herbally-infused botanical syrup takes this hemp flower extract to a whole new level.


At the SEED Food and Wine event in Miami, the amazing and sweet mixologist, Jules Aron, created the High Tide Harmony mocktail (a nonalcoholic cocktail; usually an iced drink made with any of various ingredients such as juice, herbs, and soda water but without alcohol) with our pure harmony as the featured ingredient!

Etheridge Organics was a proud sponsor at the SEED Food and Wine Festival where a raffle was held to benefit Debris Free Oceans. The winners of the raffle attended a private luncheon with Melissa and her friends, where we featured our High Tide Harmony mocktail- and it was a hit! 


Would you like to make your own High Tide Harmony Mocktail?

Follow the recipe below!


High Tide Harmony Recipe

Mocktail Ingredients (makes one drink)

  • 1/2 dropper of pure harmony 300 or 1 full dropper of pure harmony 150
  • 1/2 ounce botanical syrup (purchase ready made or to make your own, read below)
  • 1/2 ounce lemon or lime juice
  • 3 ounces sparkling Yuzu (or sparkling water)

Botanical Syrup (from scratch) Ingredients



If making botanical syrup from scratch:

    1. Combine all ingredients for the Botanical Syrup in a small saucepan.
    2. Gently simmer on low heat for 15 minutes.
    3. Strain syrup into a glass jar, cool, and use in the recipe above for the botanical syrup. (store in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to a month.)
    4. Combine all ingredients in recipe for the High Tide Harmony mocktail.
    5. Stir and chill, or serve immediately over ice.

If using store bought botanical syrup:

  1. Combine all ingredients in mocktail recipe. 
  2. Stir and chill, or serve immediately over ice.

Simple syrups are the key to any good cocktail, and adding a simple syrup ensures that your sweetener is distributed evenly throughout each sip instead of sinking to the bottom of the glass. You can purchase the botanical syrup or you can make your own. Simple syrups are almost effortless to make and, if made in advance, they’ll keep for up to a month in the refrigerator. Keep a the syrup on hand to sweeten one glass at a time.