4 posts tagged ginger ale
ifeelthecosmos: Michiru Hoshino (Katamari Damacy mocktail)
2 oz White cranberry juice
1/2 oz Sour mix
1 splash Ginger ale
Directions: Shake all ingredients with ice, garnish with a maraschino cherry.
A note from the creator:
This mocktail is essentially a virgin cosmopolitan, to feel this drink a bit more simply omit the ginger ale in favor of a splash of the cranberry juice, and add 1 1/2 oz of Citron vodka and 1/2 oz of Cointreau.
Rampancy (Halo 4 cocktail)
1 part Chambord
1/2 part Grenadine
2 parts Alizé Wild Passion (or Alizé Gold Passion)
2 parts UV Pink Lemonade Vodka
1 splash After Shock
Raspberry Ginger Ale
Black Cherry Mio
Directions: Pour the Chambord followed by Grenadine over ice in a glass. Next, float the Alizé and then the UV Pink Lemonade vodka on top. Lightly pour the Ginger Ale and fill to the top. Finally, add a squeeze of the Black Cherry Mio flavoring to the drink.
Drink created and photographed by Clint Slowik.
This drink pairs well with the Cortana cocktail.
Aerith / Aeris (Final Fantasy VII virgin cocktail)
3 cl cranberry juice
5 cl apple juice
1 cl lime juice
1.5 cl grenadine
3 lime wedges
Directions: Shake first four ingredients and pour over ice. Fill with ginger ale and garnish with three lime wedges.
“Then I’ll be going now. I’ll come back when it’s all over.” -Aerith’s last words
Drink created and photographed by Mike Khamphoukeo of Scrollbar.dk.
Shirley Templar (Assassin’s Creed cocktail)
1.5 oz. gin
1.5 oz. grenadine
1 maraschino cherry
Directions: In a highball glass with ice, fill most of the glass half with Sprite, half with ginger ale, leaving a bit of room at the top. Mix in a shot of grenadine and a shot of gin. Place a maraschino cherry on the top and serve.
Patron: “Shirley Templar? What’s in it?”
Desmond: “The usual, I just add some gin.”
A Shirley Temple is traditionally a non-alcoholic drink. In Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, it is revealed that Desmond makes his own alcoholic version of the drink, dubbed a Shirley Templar, by adding gin. Photography by The Drunken Moogle.