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Blogger News: 2015 Shake, Sparkle & Stir Specialty Drink Recipes 11.1.15

Try them all and declare your own winner.



Tasting delicious specialty drinks is a tough job, but someone had to do it. Judges at this year's Shake, Sparkle & Stir mixologist show down put their taste buds to work, sipping and judging three signature drink recipes. Each recipe featured Coca-Cola products plus other unique flavors. When it was all said and sipped to the last drop, the winning drink was... Berries on the Bayou made with fresh fruit and Minute Maid Lemonade. 

But don't take the judge's word for it. Try them all and declare your own winner with the recipe links below!

Berries on the Bayou

Mixologist: Faith Meyers, Walk-On's

Berries on the Bayou

Take a stroll through The Big Easy with this New Orleans inspired signature drink. The combination of fresh, seasonal fruits and herbs with Minute Maid Lemonade is a crowd pleaser in NOLA (and Baton Rouge). A splash of champagne at the end takes this drink to a new level of bubbly deliciousness.

Fresh Fix

Mixologist: Steve Gaskell, Ruby Tuesday

Fresh Fix

Fresh Fix makes use of fresh ingredients that the casual dining industry commonly uses in back-of-house recipes, but is less likely to use behind the bar. In addition to its freshly infused vodka and premium liqueurs, Fresh Fix contains popular Coca-Cola products such as Simply Lemonade and Seagram’s Ginger Ale.

Thai Tropic Cooler

Mixologist: Katie Livezey-Buckholt, TGI Fridays

Thai Tropic Cooler

Shake up your tasting palette with this trendy specialty drink featuring Seagram's Ginger Ale and Ginger Syrup. The refreshing flavors of ginger and agave mingle with fresh cilantro to deliver the perfect balance of familiar freshness and adventure. 

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