Citrus never becomes boring when you mix together juice from a variety of fruits, including grapefruits, oranges, tangerines, and tangelos. Add pomegranate juice for a dose of color, flavor, and antioxidants.
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The apple-ginger sparkler is sparkling cider spiked with ginger and cinnamon.
The deep-red color of this drink makes it perfect for special occasions.
Fresh ginger flavors a simple syrup, and is mixed with lime juice and seltzer.
For a special touch, garnish this punch, made with sparkling cider and fresh-squeezed juice, with candied oranges.
This nonalcoholic pink drink is a great treat for children during festive occasions.
Sangria originated in Spain, and it takes its name from the word sangre, which means blood. It should be served as cold as possible.
This blushed drink is refreshment with a cherry on top!
The cherry bomb evokes the Shirley Temple, a drink that used to make you feel grown-up.
With these icy pink drinks, your summer celebration will be made in the shade.
Whip up this frozen tropical drink in no time.
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