VIRGIN DRINKS

Wife was looking over my shoulder and noticed a lot of folks in here don't drink....that's fine....so she wanted to know....whats your fav virgin drink?...she's tried a few, and the conclusion she came to is that most ships bartenders don't do a very good job of it...cant understand why...same ingredients, same motions....just no booze...(course the booze has a flavor all its own) any of you folks have a favorite???

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My favorite is *sings* "If you like PINA COLADAS and getting caught in the rain...."

Agree with broadwaybaby or at least my wife does. She loved the NCL virgin pina coladas

I have the lemonade and ice tea or a mix of the two from the Lido, or a Diet Coke.

Wow talk about a "blast from the past". Our daughter was the oldest by three years over her brother, but we always got her a "Shirley Temple" when my father would take the family out to dine and the rest of us would engage in something more potent.   

 

 "A Shirley Temple is a non-alcoholic mixed drink traditionally made with ginger ale and a splash of grenadine, garnished with a maraschino cherry. Modern Shirley Temple recipes may substitute lemon-lime soda or lemonade and sometimes orange juice in part, or in whole."

   

 

Keep them cards and letters coming  sportsfans….

 

Really, the only virgin drinks I will have are Rum and Coke, hold the Rum.

I prefer the run and coke .. hold the coke

I agree, but wouldn't paying for that be the polar opposite of a "Virgin" drink?

U2 aren't helping!!!!!

Sorry -

Generally I find the mocktails too cloyingly sweet without the alcohol to cut some of the sugar.

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