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We had guest for the weekend. I made 2 versions of this drink for Sunday brunch. One with ginger ale, and the other with an inexpensive champagne. The both were very good.
This was lovely. I used fresh squeezed orange juice. Thanks for the recipe!
I am a big fan of mocktails because I enjoy tasty drinks but rarely enjoy the taste of alcohol. This drink is exactly the type of non-alcoholic drink that I enjoy. It was a bit sweet but with enough tang to keep it from being overly sweet and rather refreshing. I could see myself having this often at parties when my booze loving friends are enjoying their beers. Made for beverage tag.
Kids and I loved this! I made it as part of a special snack for them. We had cheese and crackers and this drink. The orange slice garnish had them eating their serving of fruit, too. (I had to keep giving them new garnishes as they ate them) Thanks for the keeper. Made for Beverage Tag.
I made this for DH and he loved this. No need to add alcohol. I tasted it and I also loved it. Very refreshing. We will do it again when it's hot (it's cold now outside LOL). Thanks Mandy. Made for Beverage tag.
Lovely! Added a tad more ginger ale to increase the fizz. Really pretty color and the flavors blend perfectly.
Nice refreshing drink after working outside.
What an easy and outstanding punch! I made it for a Sunday School Teacher's meeting last night and the kids who were here (with a babysitter) kept coming back for more. I used Cranberry-cherry juice instead of the straight cranberry juice and served it in a large pitcher.
Great refreshing "virgin" drink!! Loved it!! Only change I made was to use Sprite instead of Ginger Ale. Thanks Mandy! :) Made for Holiday Tag.
This is very good. We had it for breakfast. I followed the ingredients exacly. Made for Beverage Tag 2007