Is Sprite or ginger ale better for Shirley Temple?
Soda: Modern Shirley Temples are made with white soda such as Sprite or 7UP. For a more traditional approach, substitute ginger ale (you could add a splash of orange juice, too).
What flavor is Shirley Temple soda?
As time went on, the Shirley Temple drink started to be made with lemon lime soda (that is, Sprite!) or a combination of ginger ale and sprite. But the real way to make a Shirley Temple was always ginger ale! If you have it on hand for Moscow Mules you can also use ginger beer instead: it has a very similar flavor.
What goes in a Shirley Temple cocktail?
Glass of ginger ale
Splash of grenadine syrup
What do Shirley Temples taste like?
What does it taste like? A Shirley Temple has a subtle ginger flavor from the ginger ale, but tastes mostly of cherry/pomegranate from the grenadine syrup. The orange juice adds a citrusy tang. If you eat the cherry garnish, you’ll get even more of a cherry flavor.
Do Shirley Temples have alcohol in them?
A Shirley Temple is a non-alcoholic mixed drink traditionally made with ginger ale and a splash of grenadine, garnished with a maraschino cherry.
Why is the Shirley Temple drink called that?
The drink was named after iconic child actress Shirley Temple. Legend has it that when she was out to dinner at a nice restaurant with her parents and other Hollywood types who were all enjoying cocktails, the bartender made her a special nonalcoholic drink so she could feel fancy too.
What is the ingredients for a Shirley Temple?
What flavor is Boylan Shirley Temple?
INGREDIENTS: Carbonated Water, Cane Sugar, Natural Dark Sweet Cherry Flavor, With other Natural Flavors.
Is a Shirley Temple a pop?
Recognizing the popularity and nostalgia of the non-alcoholic cocktail, The Shirley Temple Soda Pop Company decided to bring the drink to the retail aisle by packaging it in beverage cans.