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Non-Alcoholic Festive Drinks

With the holidays comes an increase of opportunities to consume alcoholic beverages at parties. Try these ideas to offer your holiday guests alcohol free alternatives. Be a responsible host.

 

Pat O' Brien' s - The Hurricane

  • 4 oz. hurricane mix
  • 2 oz. Collins mix
  • 2 oz. water
  • Orange slice and cherry for garnish

Fill a lantern shaped glass or hurricane glass with shaved ice.

Pour in ingredients.

Mix well.

Garnish with orange slice and place a cherry on top of the drink.

 

Town & Country Lounge - Raspberry Kiss

  • 6 oz. Cran-Raspberry Drink
  • 1 oz. orange juice
  • ¼ t. lime juice
  • 3 oz. club soda

Fill a tall glass with ice.

Pour cran-raspberry drink, orange juice and lime juice.

Top with club soda.

 

Waterway Café - Candy Apple Fizz

  • 4 oz. cranberry juice
  • 4 oz. apple juice
  • 1 splash club soda
  • 1 lime slice

Fill a Collins glass with ice.

Add juices.

Pour in a splash of club soda.

Garnish with a slice of lime.

 

Mock Champagne

  • 2 qt. white grape juice or apple juice
  • 2 qt. ginger ale

Mix chilled ingredients in equal proportions.

 

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