Afterglow mocktail (non-alcoholic cocktail) looks like a tropical sunset and is beautiful to behold. It has the right combination of sweet and zesty.
For such a simple drink, the layers of flavour are quite unexpected. This, you will notice, especially if you use natural fruits. A drink to show off with, because nobody will guess how easy and cheap it is.
To make Afterglow mocktail:
1 cup orange juice 1 cup pineapple juice 4 tablespoons grenadine syrup, Ribena or zobo syrup Ice cubes
In a tall glass, add ice cubes and stir in orange and pineapple juice.
Gently from the side, slowly pour in the syrup and do not stir, this gives it the two- tone appearance.
Place a straw and paper umbrella in your glass and serve.
- I like to use zobo syrup because it is much more economical than grenadine syrup.
- Ribena has to be the concentrated one that comes in a bottle.
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