Shirley Temple Cocktail

In loving memory of a legend we present you the famous cocktail, Shirley Temple. The actress has left, her films and her famous cocktail remains.

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Shirley Temple is considered one of the biggest child star in the history of the film industry.

She left. Another Hollywood legend. At 86 years died Shirley Temple, actress who was loved by the film industry from an early age and hers naughty curls. The news of the death was confirmed by her family, when was explained that the actress died of natural causes 10  february 2014.

Shirley Temple is considered one of the biggest child star in the history of the film industry. She had her first role at the age of three, at six she started to collect the first major film awards. With hers dancing, singing and impressive acting, she soon became a global star. Shirley Temple has starred in 43 films. Growing up was difficult for her, because after her baby looks and joy have disappeared, she difficult get to rolls. She retired in 1950 when she was only 22 years old.

 After Shirley Temple is also known popular cocktail – Shirley Temple Cocktail. Here is the recipe:

The ingredients for Shirley Temple Cocktail:

  • 6 or 8 of crushed ice cubes
  • ginger ale
  • 4 cl lemon juice
  • 1 cl Grenadines
  • 1 cl sugar syrup
  • candied cherry

In a blender put ice pour over the lemon juice, grenadine and sugar syrup. Shake well. Fill a glass halfway with ice cubes, then pour over the freshly mixed cocktail. Add more ginger ale (to the top of the glass). It is a real sin to serve Shirley Temple Cocktail without candied cherries. Some cocktails are even served with a slice of orange.

For adult version of Shirley Temple Cocktail, replace ginger ale with ginger beer.

According to one theory, the cocktail was invented in 1930, when a bartender at a restaurant called Chasen’s in Beverly Hills, served up this drink to a child star, Shirley Temple.

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It is a sin to serve Shirley Temple Cocktail without candied cherries

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