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To make a modern Shirley Temple cocktail, you will need: A bottle of lemon-lime soda; Freshly-squeezed orange juice; A dash of grenadine; Maraschino cherries, to garnish. Plenty of ice. Fill a Collins glass with ice cubes and pour over equal amounts of lemon-lime soda and orange juice. Add the grenadine and allow to sink to the bottom of the glass.What kind of soda is in a Shirley Temple?
Although many newer recipes call for lemon-lime soda like Sprite or 7-Up, a classic Shirley Temple uses ginger ale or ginger beer with a bit of lime. "This makes the drink a cut above the rest as it has a little bite to it," explains Ritterman.What does a Shirley Temple taste like?
The flavor of this nonalcoholic Shirley Temple is sweet with a slightly tart kick. Grenadine is a pomegranate syrup with both sweet and tart notes, and the lemon-lime soda elevates the taste with a refreshing citrus flavor. It's pretty addicting and especially good on a hot day in the summer. Hosting a July 4th party?Is the Shirley Temple good for kids?
Sweet, pink and fizzy, and garnished with two juicy cherries, it’s great for little ones who want to join in with the adults on special occasions, or for the young-at heart with a sweet tooth and a sense of fun. The Shirley Temple is a playful, happy drink, and looks great served in a chunky Collins glass with brightly-coloured paper straws.