Missing Wetherspoons cocktails? This woman shows how make the top ones at home

Everybody is well aware that the pubs are shut, and might be for some time to come.

While you’ve probably managed to squeeze in a few picnic proseccos and chilled tinnies, it’s not quite the same as cold pitcher of cocktail on a warm afternoon.

Although Wetherspoons undoubtedly has its faults, their pitchers are always a cheap and cheerful winner, with crowd-pleasers like ginberry fizz, blue lagoon, ultra violet, and purple rain.

One woman’s helpful TikTok tutorials have given us the recipes so we can make exact replicas of these sweet treats in our very own homes.

TikTok user youlikejazzzzz shared her recipes, so all you need is a stocked-up booze cabinet, a jug, and some ice.

Here’s how to recreate each ‘Spoons favourite:

Wetherspoons purple rain recipe

Fill a jug three-quarters full with ice
Add 50ml of cherry Sourz
Add 50ml of blue Curaçao
Pour enough lemonade in to cover the ice cubes
Give it a mix and serve
Wetherspoons ultra violet recipe

Fill your jug three-quarters full with ice
Add 100ml parma violet gin (the J.J. Whitley one is probably the most widely available
Top with two cans of Monster Ultra (the one in the white can)
Miz and serve
Wetherspoons blue lagoon recipe

Fill your pitcher three-quarters full with ice
Add 50ml vodka
Add 50ml blue Curaçao
Add two dashes lime cordial
Top with lemonade and serve
Wetherspoons ginberry fizz recipe

Fill your jug three-quarters full with ice
Add 50ml Chambord
Add 50ml pink gin
Top with lemonade and serve
You can add more ice or garnishes to each or tweak the measurements to your taste, but these have the general gist of what you need to replicate the flavour you miss.

The cocktails made by Jazzzz are employee-approved too, with one Wetherspoons worker saying: ‘As someone who works for spoons, this isn’t that bad’.

Many did say, however, that the rules at ‘Spoons require a lot more ice to bulk the whole thing up. Let’s be honest, we knew when we were getting two for £12 there’d be some sort of trickery.