The Serves

iss is surprisingly versatile.With so many ingredients and taste notes already harmoniously incorporated, it pairs well with an amazing array of flavours. 
Here are some of our favourite serves, and if we’ve missed one of yours please let us know...

Shot of Bliss

Simple. Blissful. Perfect.

Garnish with an orange peel twist and spray the surface with a spritz of those potent citrus oils.

English Bliss

My go to Bliss – Imagine the love child of mulled cider and a toffee apple…

Pour 150ml Organic Apple Juice and 50ml Bliss and add ice. Garnish with a slice of apple over the rim of the glass to create a classic summer drink. Another twist on this could be to use apple & rhubarb or apple & raspberry juice.

Nutty Bliss

Combine 50ml Bliss & 150ml Hazelnut milk, carefully pour in a dash of cream (plant or Cow as you prefer), sprinkle with chocolate powder and garnish the rim of the glass with honey and crushed Hazelnuts for extra crunchy indulgence.

Berry Bliss

200ml Cranberry juice, (it also works well with the Cranberry & Raspberry blend) 50ml of Bliss, & garnish with mixed frozen berries.

Hot Bliss

Heat 150ml Organic Apple Juice, spice things up even further with additional Cinnamon and Cayenne, top up with Bliss to taste for a perfect warm winter chill.

Spicy Bliss

Mix with a good Ginger Ale for spicy heaven, Fentimans does very nicely indeed.

Blissful Mary

To create an astonishingly refreshing pick me up with all of the hangover reducing properties of its alcoholic cousin - Pour 125ml tomato juice, a double Bliss 15ml lemon juice, 3 drops of Tabasco sauce, and season with salt & pepper.

Bliss Tonic

Add Rosemary & Grapefruit Tonic to crushed ice, shake, decant into a whisky glass, then pour 50ml of Bliss over the top, garnishing with a sprig of Rosemary.

Mellow Joe

Just pour a shot into your regular Joe... If, like me, you’ve not yet given up the coffee, I find adding Bliss is a great way to take the edge off my one-a-day caffeine buzz. It tastes fantastic too.

Basil Bliss

A left field option given I’ve only ever come across Basil Lemonade from a maker based in Germany, but this concoction does illustrate well the versatility of the drink.

Raspberry Bliss

Take 50ml & add Raspberry Lemonade, easier to replicate at home than the Basil version and rather fine it is too.


Combine Bliss, Ginger Ale and Pomegranite, for a palette twisting flavour explosion.

If you happen to have them to hand, pomegranate seeds add the ideal garnish.

Playing Nicely with the Alcohol Crowd

Considered Cassis

For a barely alcoholic, but very, very tasty combination, take 10ml Crème de Cassis, 10 ml syrup (and if you can get it, flavoured with lemon and Szechuan Pepper is next level). Add soda water to taste. Sip back, and marvel!

Blissful Pirate

Yo ho ho and all that – made with 50ml Bliss & 50ml Dark Rum, it’s never going to be sophisticated, but you’ll end the night less legless and more one legged?! For an alcoholic night, but with waaaaaaay gentler a hangover.

Dangerously Blissed

How many herbs can one drink hold? 50ml & 50ml Jägermeister packs A LOT of herb power into just one glass. This is another ‘it shouldn’t work but it does’ combination, super moreish, you can justify it as being almost healthy and you won’t need to change your drinking habits (that) much.

Buy your bottle using Visa or Mastercard using Amazon Pay via this link