The official stuff
A 'purpose built' non-alcoholic cocktail from black-lines. Shirly temple is the original mocktail. Legend has it the serve was invented at Chasen's restaurant in West Hollywood, to serve to, then child, actress Shirley Temple. Over time it has become the world's most iconic 'virgin' serve. Nostalgia with a cherry on top.
black-lines Shirley Temple is a sophisticated, fancy and decadent take on this classic drink.
Alcohol content: 0.0%
Style: Pre-mixed cocktail
Container: 750ml bottle
Energy: 35.0 kCal/100 ml
Sugars: 5.0g/100 ml
Gluten free: Yes
How to store: Store in a coll, dark place. Best served chilled around 8° C.
Country of origin: Germany
Ingredients: Water, Sugar, Lemon Juice, Concentrated Fruit Juices: Raspberry, Blackcurrant, Elderberry, Acids: Citric Acid Malic Acid, Natural Flavourings, Colour: E163, Sea Salt, Bitters.
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Why it's worthy
A bold and sophisticated version of a firm favourite.
What you'll taste
A subtle ginger flavour with hints of cherry and pomegranate
The perfect pairing
To serve best, chill the bottle, pour into a sling glass over cubed ice and garnish with a slice of fresh orange and a maraschino cherry
The pleasant surprise
A very grown-up take on a traditional children's mocktail