"Virgin Halekulani | Crafted Pour"

"The question I asked myself was, “can I create a completely non-alcoholic tiki cocktail?” So I set to the task, and the answer I found was “yes I can”. I had the pick the right cocktail for this. I wanted something that had enough citrus to provide body, once we removed the alcohol, and would still be able to provide enough flavor to replace the spirit. ", "undefined", "Virgin Halekulani",

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Virgin Halekulani By , May 8, 2009 The question I asked myself was, “can I create a completely non-alcoholic tiki cocktail?”

So I set to the task, and the answer I found was “yes I can”. 

I had the pick the right cocktail for this. I wanted something that had enough citrus to provide body, once we removed the alcohol, and would still be able to provide enough flavor to replace the spirit. The question I asked myself was, “can I create a completely non-alcoholic tiki cocktail?” So I set to the task, and the answer I found was “yes I can”. I had the pick the right cocktail for this. I wanted something that had enough citrus to provide body, once we removed the alcohol, and would still be able to provide enough flavor to replace the spirit. Ingredients: - BG Reynolds Lush Grenadine Cocktail Syrup - BG Reynolds Pineapple Molasses Cocktail Syrup Instructions: Combine all ingredients into a shaking tin with pebble ice. Whip shake for 5 seconds. Open pour into a double old fashioned glass. Top with more pebble ice. Garnisb with some pineapple fronds and lemon wheel. Non-Alcoholic,Refreshing,Fruity,Originals