How to make Sparkling Grenadine Mocktail at home! Zone Syrups

Are you looking for a delicious and refreshing drink to enjoy at home? Look no further! In this blog post, we will show you how to make a sparkling grenadine mocktail using Zone Syrups. This mocktail is perfect for any occasion and is sure to impress your guests. So let's get started!

What You'll Need

Before we dive into the recipe, let's gather all the ingredients:

  1. 10 ml Zone Grenadine Syrup
  2. 4-5 Dried Butterfly Pea Flower
  3. Hot water
  4. Ice & Soda
  5. Lemon Wedges

The Recipe

Now that we have all the ingredients ready, let's start making our sparkling grenadine mocktail:

Step 1: Prepare the Butterfly Pea Flower Infusion

In a small bowl, add the dried butterfly pea flowers and pour hot water over them. Let it steep for about 5 minutes until the water turns a beautiful blue color. Set it aside to cool.

Step 2: Mix the Grenadine Syrup

In a glass, pour 10 ml of Zone Grenadine Syrup. This syrup is made from high-quality pomegranates and adds a delicious fruity flavor to our mocktail.

Step 3: Add the Butterfly Pea Flower Infusion

Once the butterfly pea flower infusion has cooled down, pour it into the glass with the grenadine syrup. Watch as the blue color from the infusion mixes with the red grenadine, creating a mesmerizing purple hue.

Step 4: Add Ice and Soda

Fill the glass with ice cubes and top it off with soda water. The fizziness of the soda water will give our mocktail a refreshing and bubbly texture.

Step 5: Garnish and Serve

Finally, garnish your sparkling grenadine mocktail with a lemon wedge. The citrusy aroma from the lemon will complement the fruity flavors of the grenadine syrup. Serve it chilled and enjoy!

There you have it - a simple and delicious sparkling grenadine mocktail that you can easily make at home. Whether you're hosting a party or simply want to treat yourself, this mocktail is a perfect choice. So go ahead, grab your ingredients, and start mixing. Cheers!

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