The Shirley Temple

About The Shirley Temple

This Hollywood original cocktail was probably your favorite when you were younger. Named after the famous actress (who ironically hated this drink), the cocktail is prevalent at childrens’ and family parties in order to mimic more adult alcoholic drinks. Light and sweet, the Shirley Temple is a hallmark example of a non-alcoholic mocktail.

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Ingredients:

  • Splash of Grenadine

  • Fill Ginger Ale (or Lemon-Lime Soda)

  • Maraschino Cherries for Garnish

Cocktail Profile

  • Rating:       4.5 Stars

  • Served:      On the Rocks

  • Strength:    Non-Alcoholic

  • Difficulty:    Simple

  • Flavor:        Sweet

Method:

Pour soda into ice filled highball glass. Float grenadine over top, garnish with cherries.

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The Roy Rogers

About The Roy Rogers

Let’s kick off our Non-Alcoholic section with a personal favorite; the Roy Rogers. This cherry-coke flavored cocktail is easy on the palate and very simple to make. This is a sweet option for you non-drinkers or for a summer party where children may be around. This recipe is named after the late world famous singer/actor Roy Rogers “The King of Cowboys.” This is a great recipe to keep in your pocket and one that you should be able to order at whatever bar you go to.

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Ingredients:

  • ½ oz. Grenadine

  • Fill Cola

  • Maraschino Cherries for Garnish

Cocktail Profile

  • Rating:       4.5 Stars

  • Served:      On the Rocks

  • Strength:    Non-Alcoholic

  • Difficulty:    Simple

  • Flavor:        Cherry Coke

Method:

Pour cola into ice filled highball glass. Float grenadine over top, garnish with cherries.

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