Immunity Defense Martini Mocktail

Immunity Defense Martini Mocktail

The immunity defense Martini Mocktail can also be a cocktail! It’s packed with elderberries and antioxidants giving sparkle & glow! Sip away!

Immunity Drink

Are immunity drinks all they’re cracked out to be. I mean they’re the trendy new way to boost your immune system. 

And, fortunately, yes, high-quality ingredient immunity drinks can, indeed, be of value to your overall health. 

But, the key to choosing is in evaluating the best ingredients. Many of these boosting drinks are choked full of sugar. No, that’s not an immunity drink. That’s a cover up for a sugary soda. 

Drinks to Boost Immune System

You can boost your immune system with certain liquids and ingredients. For instance, apple cider vinegar, about a tablespoon, can be mixed with 8 ounces of water and it is a way to encourage the growth of good gut bacterial. 

Another ingredients good for your immune system is turmeric. It’s a natural healer in overall health. 

Fresh ginger. Yes, it may boost your production of white blood cells and do more good things for you. 

Immune System Drinks

So how do you know if you’re electrolytes need boosting? And, this immunity defense martini mocktail does just that with the addition of high-quality electrolytes. 
A few of the most common symptoms of electrolyte imbalance include muscle twitching, muscle cramps, thirstiness, craving salt, irritability and endurance issues. 
If you’re experience these things, especially more often than not, you may need replenishing of your electrolytes. 

Immunity Booster Mocktails

I love drinking this martini mocktail almost daily. Why? Well, because just through natural sweating and exercise and exertion we’re losing vital minerals in our body, potassium, magnesium. And, when you’re under the weather, like flu or a cold, you also can lose vital electrolytes. 

So, for me, having this immunity defense martini mocktail is a daily ritual to boost my health. 

And, the only reason it’s a ‘martini’ is because I love to shake it in a martini shaker and get a little frothy going! 

Immunity Boost Drink Recipe

So what can we expect in this drink. 

  • Vitamin C
  • Zinc
  • Elderberries
  • Flavonols (also known as anti-oxidants)
  • Anti-Oxidants
  • Calcium 
  • Potassium
  • Chloride
  • Magnesium
  • No Refined Sugars

FlavCity Immunity Tea Recipe


FlavCity Elderberry Immunity Tea

FlavCity’s daily defense immunity tea has 15 calories per scoop. It’s vegan, keto, paleo and non-GMO. Total grams of sugar, not refined sugar but stevia left extract, is one. Yes, 1 gram of ‘sugar’. 

Then we have the FlavCity pina colada electroyte to add to the drink. This is going to boost the value of the drink. What’s it made of? Organic pineapple juice powder, magnesium citrate, citric acid, potassium citrate, coconut water powder, dicalcium phosphate, arhydrous, sea salt and stevia leaf extract. 

Refreshing and hydrating, this immunity defense martini mocktail can make you feel like you’re basking in the fresh air somewhere really relaxing! 

Immunity Defense Martini Mocktail

Immunity Defense Martini Mocktail

Immunity Defense Martini Mocktail

Yield: One Drink


  • 1 stick @shopflavcity Pina Colada Electrolyte
  • 1 scoop @shopflavcity Elderberry Immunity Tea
  • 4 oz. Water, room temperature
  • 1 Lemon & Orange Wedge
  • 4 oz. Pineapple Spindrift, or your choice of sparkling water
  • Ice Cubes
  • Mint Sprig
  • Optional: 1/2 tsp. freshly grated ginger


  1. Put the pina colada and elderberry tea in a 12 ounce glass. Add the water and blend well dissolving everything.
  2. Squeeze in the lemon and orange wedges then plop into the drink. Add the ice cubes.
  3. Top the drink with sparkling water and a mint sprig!
  4. Sip away!

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Immunity Defense Martini Mocktail

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  1. This sounds and looked so delicious. This may be a silly question but do you use hot water or cold water when you put the immunity tea and electrolyte in? Canโ€™t wait to try this!

    1. Hi, Christi! No, not a silly question at all. In fact, I’ve made an edit based upon your question. It’s room temperature water or cool water. The immunity tea and electrolytes dissolve well w/some blending. Sure hope you try it, and, please let me know! xoxx ally

  2. Thank you so much for these deliscious, refreshing, immune boosting drink recipes my friend. โค๏ธ

    1. Teresa! You’re a sweetheart. Thank you! I think it’s so important for us to find delicious ways to boost our immune system, and w/this drink we’re doing that as well as getting our hydration. Yipppeeee! xoxx ally

  3. Very refreshing! A big flavor punch! I’ve also used coconut water instead of regular water.

    1. Karin! I agree, and love the coconut water idea! Yes, full of flavor! xoxx ally

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