Learning how to make non-alcoholic Mardi Gras drinks isn’t the toughest thing to do, but it is also not the easiest thing to do either. Any drink that you can make with alcohol can be made non-alcoholic; you just have to search for the right tastes and flavors to make it happen. So to learn how to make a non-alcoholic Mardi Gras drink, listen up and pay attention. This recipe is for a hurricane, but of course the virgin hurricane is what you'll be making.
To make a non-alcoholic Mardi Gras Drink, you will need:
- Cocktail Shaker
- Crushed Ice
- Club Soda
- Passion Fruit Syrup
- Chilled Cocktail Glass
- Cherry Grenadine
- To start making your non-alcoholic Mardi Gras Drink you will need to dust your old cocktail shaker off. You need a cocktail shaker because mixing this drink will not give it justice, and will be much better enjoyed shaken, not stirred! You will then fill your cocktail shaker about half way up with crushed ice.
- Once you have your cocktail shaker ready for some action gather all of your ingredients. You will then first want to add your three oz. of club soda, the juice from an entire lime, four oz. of passion fruit syrup. Then shake, shake, shake! After shaking your cocktail shaker full of your ingredients for at least 30 seconds you can stop.
- Now that the majority of your non-alcoholic Mardi Gras drink is ready you can continue by pouring the contents of your shaker in a chilled cocktail glass. You are now ready to add your 1/2 oz of your cherry grenadine, and your garnish. To garnish this drink you will want to add a maraschino cherry into the drink, and garnish the glass with both a lemon and a lime.
You are finally finished making your non-alcoholic Mardi Gras drink. Now you know how to make a drink you and your friends can enjoy anytime of the day without any worries.
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