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The drink I want to show you now is actually a nonalcoholic drink. It’s great for kids. When kids come into our restaurant, often times their parents would be ordering a cocktail and they end up ordering a kiddy cocktail for the little ones. So Shirley Temple, for you young people who don’t know who is Shirley Temple was or is, she is still alive. She was a famous little girl actress back in the 30s who was the number one Hollywood star for many, many years. She makes all these movies with big people but she was a tremendous actress, she used to sing and dance, so a little Hollywood history for you.
So we’re going to make a Shirley Temple. We’re just going to use a rock glass or a highball glass and fill it with ice. Then what we’re going to do is we’re just going to take some of our sweet grenadine syrup, which is nonalcoholic made from pomegranate. Put about a half-ounce in there and then what we’re going to do is add some lemon lime soda or 7-Up, whatever you have. Put a sip stick in it just like so, let the little kids play with it and let’s see what else we have here. We’ll put a little cherry in it so they can have a little bit to snack on.
Now today, this drink goes by a lot of different names. Sometimes they call it the Hulk, the Spiderman, the Mickey Mouse, the Donald Duck, whenever you hear any of those Disney names or any of those cartoon names, you’ve got a pretty good guess that it’s probably one of the kiddy drinks, which is simply grenadine syrup and 7-Up and you’re all set. So there you go, your Shirley Temple, nonalcoholic for the kids.