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This is amazing! We served this at our wedding reception in June of 1998! We used white grape juice and floated edible flowers in it. It was beautiful! Since then, this has been *the* punch for all of our family baby/bridal showers, parties, etc. I sometimes keep juice and ginger ale on hand to mix together in single serving sizes for my daughter who loves soda. At least this way I know she's getting a little juice too... (That's what I keep telling myself... lol)
I made this cocktail for my son and he liked it. Thanks Charishma :) Made for Cooking tag mania
This was excellent Char! I made it to go with our dinner last night and everyone loved it. It had a very distinct flavor that I quite enjoyed. This drink was very easy to prepare and very tasty! I'll be making it often!
Had this as a kid, still love it now! Introduced to me as a 'transfusion'. Always a treat on a hot day, and definitely gorgeous with crisps sandwiches and a dill pickle..
I was really expecting something great because of all the 5 star ratings. We all thought that is was ok, but no one in the family was real excited by it. We probably won't make it again.
We liked the flavor of this drink. A nice drink that isn't to sweet. Thanks Chariahma. Bullwinkle
We make this one with white grape or white grape peach juice and love it. I will try it w/ the regular grape- I am sure it is just as wonderful !!
Easy, refreshing, delicious and convenient! What more could you ask for? We just loved this, and can make it on the spur of the moment which is terrific. We loved the added "kick" to the grape juice from the ginger ale, and it was just so refreshing -- nice and cold on a very hot day today here in California. Thanks for posting this! Dianne
This drink is served at a small chain of old-fashioned drive-up burger joints in my area. They call it a California. I call it delicious. I like to use a sweeter type of ginger ale when I make it at home.