Little Prince Recipe

By | Published , Last Updated: November 25, 2013 | Mocktail | 2 Comments

Sparkling apple juice is a particularly useful ingredient in non-alcoholic cocktails because it adds flavor and color, as well as fizz. Try using it as a substitute for champagne in non-alcoholic versions of such cocktails as Buck’s fizz

Little Prince

Ingredients:

4-6 cracked ice cubes

1 measure apricot juice

1 measure lemon juice

2 measures sparkling apple juice

Twist of lemon peel, to decorate

Method:

1. Put the cracked ice cubes into the mixing glass.

2. Pour the apricot juice, lemon juice and apple juice over the ice and stir well.

3. Strain into a highball glass and decorate with the lemon twist.

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2 thoughts on “Little Prince

  1. Juan Lewinnek said on April 17, 2012 at 3:34 am

    Dear ladies and gentlemen
    I am preparing a booklet about alcoholfree cocktails and wouldlike to know whether I might use the picture of the cocktail Little Prince wich you show and under which conditions might this be possible.
    I thankyou very much for your kind ionformations
    Kind regards
    Juan Lewinnek

  2. anchen said on May 7, 2011 at 6:47 pm

    Hey guy do you have any mocktail that has the ingredent in ex. cranberry juice or lemonade

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