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  • Cîroc Peachtini
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  • Bud Light Apple Ginger Ale
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    This is a fresh take on a beer cocktail.

  • Palm Bay Mojito
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    This frozen drink tastes like summer.

  • Mike's Blue Lagoon
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    This frozen beverage has a tropical twist.

  • Limoncello Spritz
    • Main Ing:Liqueurs
    • Drink Style:Cocktails
    • Main Mix:Soft Drinks

    This drink is inspired by the spring sun.

  • Pimm’s Cup
    • Main Ing:Liqueurs
    • Drink Style:Cocktails
    • Main Mix:Fruit juice

    The Pimm's Cup is one of England's most famous mixed drinks.

  • Gin & Tonic
    • Main Ing:Gin
    • Drink Style:Cocktails
    • Main Mix:Soft Drinks

    The classic English mixed drink.

  • Glenda’s Favourite Sangria
    • Main Ing:Red Wine
    • Drink Style:Cocktails
    • Main Mix:Fresh fruit

    Bright, fresh and flavourful — sangria is like springtime in a glass.

  • Masala Mist
    • Main Ing:Vodka
    • Drink Style:Cocktails
    • Main Mix:Coffee/Tea/Hot Chocolate

    This is an award-winning recipe from Tea Sommelier, Margot Bureaux

  • Gio’s Blueberry Stumble
    • Main Ing:Liqueurs
    • Drink Style:Cocktails
    • Main Mix:Coffee/Tea/Hot Chocolate

    This cocktail was created by Jared Wall of Halifax’s Gio Restaurant, located in the Prince George Hotel.

  • Rum Mule
    • Main Ing:Rum
    • Drink Style:Cocktails
    • Main Mix:Fruit juice

    After prohibition ended, Smirnoff was having a bit of trouble selling their product. So an agent for Smirnoff started an early case of viral marketing. He travelled from one bar to another, sharing photos of other bartenders with a bottle of Smirnoff and a copper Moscow Mule mug. We’ve made our version with rum.

  • Blinker
    • Main Ing:Whiskey/Whisky
    • Drink Style:Cocktails
    • Main Mix:Fruit juice

    Dating to the 1930s, the Blinker’s exact origins are unknown. It appeared in 1934 in Patrick Duffy’s The Official Mixer’s Manual, and was nearly forgotten before reappearing in Ted Haigh’s “Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails” in 2009.

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