Daily's Grenadine Cocktail Mix 1 Litre

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Whether you're craving a Shirley Temple or a Tequila Sunrise, Daily's Grenadine Syrup is your go-to ingredient. Daily's still makes it the original way, with the essence of pomegranate juice, so it has a natural taste. A must have when entertaining.

Daily's Fruit Mixers and Bar Essentials are perfect for cocktail creations and refreshing fruit drinks.

Available in a range of delicious flavours, each 1 Litre bottle has a built in spout allowing for precision pouring and an easy recipe to follow on the back to start your cocktail and mixer inspiration.




Tasting Note: The fact is grenadine goes well with lots of yummy cocktails. And unlike most brands, Dailyâ??s still makes it with the essence of pomegranate juice so it has a natural taste.

Additional Details

SKU:
10780-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United States
Alcohol %:
0
Region:
Australia
Style:
Mixers
Varietal:
Non Alcoholic

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