The Greyhound

Spring mocktail: The Greyhound

The Greyhound is a two-part cocktail that can be made in minutes. Composed of gin or vodka and grapefruit juice, it’s simple, tart, and refreshing.


  • 1 part Ecology & Co London Dry
  • 3 parts ruby red grapefruit juice to top
  • Your choice of garnish (we used organic hibiscus from


  • Fill a glass with ice, then top with equal parts London Dry and grapefruit juice. Stir gently before adding your garnish. Enjoy!

Recipe courtesy of

Embrace the nuances of beautifully crafted botanicals with the Ecology & Co range of alcohol-free spirits. Made in Aotearoa, the London Dry delivers a traditional blend of juniper, coriander, and lemon, with floral and pine notes for those looking for an alternative to the traditional G&T, while the Asian Spice offers a complex blend of cardamom, cassia, sweet basil, and citrus for those looking to spice up their mocktail offerings. 

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