Just like its soda shop counterpart, the Shirley Temple, the Roy Rogers drink is a blast from the past. Even as soda fountains closed their doors, these timeless drinks remained ingrained in American culture. Long before “mocktails” became a buzzword, you could order these delightful non–alcoholic mixed drinks at nearly any bar or restaurant. Cheers to a sip of nostalgia!
For a crisp and refreshing Roy Rogers, make sure your cola is well chilled.
Add more grenadine for a sweeter drink, and less for a subtler sweetness.
A maraschino cherry is a classic garnish, but you can also add a slice of orange or a twist for a citrusy touch.
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One of the most amazing things about film and TV is its capacity to start and revive trends. For instance, a whole new generation started listening to Kate Bush and Metallica thanks to the series Stranger Things. Similarly, cocktails from pop-culture movies tend to get a little IRL time in the limelight. To get you […]