Sodasmith creates premium mixers and sparkling waters inspired by the abundant natural resources and native ingredients of the land down under.

The ‘Smiths of Soda’ scoured the land for the purest mountain spring water and found it across the Bass Strait in Tassie.

Foraging for the finest native botanicals, they stumbled upon lemon myrtle from the sunshine state, finger limes from NSW and grapefruits hailing from Victoria.

And bobs your uncle! A premium soda was born.

Sodasmith. Crafted by the elements for elevated refreshments.

Try these recipes paired with Sodasmith mixers and tonics to take your homemade cocktails to the next level. Or maybe we’ll see you at the Good Food & Wine Show? Purchase your gin-lover tickets here (Melbourne) or here (Sydney) and immerse yourself in the art of creating gin blended cocktails. Not to mention the Sodasmith tote bag to take home full of goodies including Sodasmith mixers and a mini bottle of delicious gin.  

Native Aussie Spritz


30 ml Australian dry gin

30 ml Dolin dry vermouth

100 ml Sodasmith Lemon Myrtle Tonic Water


Fill your favourite highball or cocktail glass with ice. Pour in gin and vermouth, then stir to mix. Top with Sodasmith tonic. Garnish with lemon slice.

Caribeño-no (mocktail)

Refreshing and distinctly tropical – you will transported to the Caribbean islands after your first sip. Plus, it’s so good, you’ll be happy to say ño to the booze!


  • 30 ml (1 part) coconut water 
  • 30 ml (1 part) pineapple juice
  • 15 ml (1/2 part) fresh lime juice
  • 90 ml (3 parts) Sodasmith Finger Lime Soda
  • ice
  • fresh pineapple and mint for garnish


  • Add all the ingredients to your favourite highball glass or multiply the quantities to fill a carafe. Stir well.
  • Fill the glass with ice and top with Sodasmith Finger Lime soda. Garnish with a wedge of lime pineapple and a mint tip.

Get your fix of more recipes here. Happy sippin!