Chamomile CBD Old-Fashioned

One of my favorite classic cocktails to make a twist with has always been the Old-Fashioned, so I couldn't wait to get to experiment with mindful ingredients! This refreshing yet bold Chamomile CBD Old-Fashioned will have you forgetting that it is non-alcoholic!


1 tincture of Shanti Wellness Bare CBD

2 oz of Ritual Whiskey Alternative

5 dashes of CBD bitters from Mountain Elixirs

.5 oz Chamomile Elixirs from Drink Your Flowers

.5 oz Rose Water from Rose Dose

1 tincture of Irish Moss


Incase you missed it, We went over how to make rosewater here.


Yes, normal Old-fashioned cocktails are stirred not shaken, but since this isn't a normal cocktail we figured we'd try it with our shaker and we loved the results. So Get your mason jar cocktail shaker, and add CBD, Whiskey, bitters, Irish moss, Chamomile and rose water in jar. Fill with ice and Shake! Fill a rocks glass with ice and pour from the cocktail shaker and you are ready to enjoy this refreshing summer mocktail. Learn more about our Zero Waste Candle to Cocktail Shaker kit here.


IRISH MOSS | Commonly referred to as 'seamoss' is a nutrient dense algae. Hailed as a nutritional powerhouse, irish moss has been included as part of the human diet for thousands of years in places such as the Caribbean and in Ireland where it was used as a poverty food during the 19th century Irish potato famines. Irish moss has been used medicinally for decades to assist with varying health issues especially those relating to nutritional deficiencies. Irish moss is made up of 92 of the 102 minerals needed by the human body. It is a key source of essential nutrients such as Iron, Iodine, Potassium, Selenium, Magnesium, Calcium, Phosphorus and Zinc.  ---When it comes to medicinal benefits, irish moss surpasses all other algaes. It is a high source of iodine which offers immense benefits for thyroid health. Irish moss is packed with Potassium Chloride which offers powerful decongestant properties that dissolves mucus in the colon, lymphatic system and the respiratory system. As a healthy source of fiber, irish moss benefits digestive health by promoting regular bowel movements and by naturally soothing the mucus membrane which coats our intestines. Other benefits of irish moss include it’s ability to enhance skin texture and offer a natural glow by improving skin elasticity. It is also used topically in many beauty formulas. Throughout the Caribbean irish moss is hailed as a powerful libido enhancer, most commonly for males looking to improve physical performance and boost fertility. Other benefits of irish moss include its ability to increase iron levels, fight anemia, support a healthy inflammatory response, offer joint support, improve bone health and boost immunity. Learn more about Irish moss here. We get our Irish Moss tincture from Dao Drops.

ROSE WATER | Rose Water has been used for thousands of years, starting in the Middle East, where they blended roses and H2O for beauty, food and drinks. Roses have long been revered for their anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antioxidant properties, while water has been proven over and over again to improve metabolism and flush toxins from the body.

  1. Drink rose water to hydrate the skin from the inside. Well-hydrated skin looks and feels plump and healthy.

  2. Drink rose water, said to have anti-aging properties, to help with skin aging by reducing wrinkles, lightening dark spots and tightening pores.

  3. Drink rose water as a mood enhancer, to relieve depression or stress and improve mood.

  4. Drink rose water to relieve digestion troubles like bloating, upset tummy and constipation.

  5. Drink rose water to help heal from colds, flu and sore throats. It may have a bronchodilator effect and help with respiratory illness.

  6. Drink rose water to calm nerves when feeling frazzled.

  7. Drink rose water to relieve fluid retention and inflammation.

We are obsessed with Rose Dose that allows us to sustainably make our rose water.

RITUAL | Zero Proof Liquor alternatives, that are phenomenal. Ritual whiskey alternative delivers the taste and burn of good whiskey, only with no alcohol or morning hangover. It mixes 1:1 in all whiskey cocktails, and you could count its calories on two hands. Any ingredient that allows us to say no to alcohol is a mindful ingredient to us!

CBD* | stands for cannabidiol, it is derived directly from the hemp plant, which is a cousin of the marijuana plant. While CBD is a component of marijuana (one of hundreds), by itself it does not cause a “high.” Click here to learn 7 benefits and uses of CBD.

We love using CBD from Shanti Wellness. In our cocktails, we use their Shanti BARE 250 mg CBD Oil because it is flavorless!

Learn about the benefits of this product:

  • Stress Management: provides endocannabinoid system support which regulates essential body systems and response to daily stressors, producing a relaxed body and mind

  • Anti-Inflammation: supports circulation and cell function to reduce pain and inflammation

  • Cognition + Creativity: improved homeostasis allows for a relaxed, clear and open mind 

  • Flavorless: allows total flexibility to use anywhere and anytime 


Mountain Elixirs from Strong Water. When. I learned that there were Orange CBD Bitters, I knew I had to try them out! Not only do they have Orange, but they also have Lavender, Cherry Bourbon, & Aromatic.

Thanks so much for checking out this mocktail. Learn about more mindful cocktail recipes here.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Our mindful cocktails are not for use during pregnancy or lactation. If you have a medical condition or take pharmaceutical drugs please consult your doctor prior to use.


This information in our Mindful Cocktail Blog is intended only as a general reference for further exploration, and is not a replacement for professional health advice. This content does not provide dosage information, format recommendations, toxicity levels, or possible interactions with prescription drugs. Accordingly, this information should be used only under the direct supervision of a qualified health practitioner such as a naturopathic physician.


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