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NewSparkling Blood Orange Tequila Sunrise

Two sparkling juices with ice cubes and red grapes in a cup on a silver serving platter.

PC Black Label Blood Orange Sparkling Beverage

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Sparkling Blood Orange Tequila Sunrise

You don’t need to be a bartender to make this retro cocktail look great – brilliant red grenadine i...

You don’t need to be a bartender to make this retro cocktail look great – brilliant red grenadine is thick and syrupy, so it naturally sinks to the bottom and slowly rises to create the stunning sunrise effect. Just be sure to avoid stirring once it’s added so the layers stay intact.

  • Level: Easy
  • Preparation: 5 mins
  • Ready in: 5 mins
  • Serves: 1
  • Dish Type: Canadian, American
  • Season: Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
  • Course: Beverages
  • Main Ingredient: Blood Orange Sparkling Beverage
  • Amount Per Serving

  • Serving Size

    1 (about 1½ cups/375 mL)

  • Calories

    340

  • Total Carbohydrate

    66 g

  • Total Fat

    0 g

  • Saturated Fat

    0 g

  • Dietary Fibre

    0 g

  • Protein

    1 g

  • Sodium

    45 mg

  • Sugars

    54 g

NewSparkling Blood Orange Tequila Sunrise

Two sparkling juices with ice cubes and red grapes in a cup on a silver serving platter.

PC Black Label Blood Orange Sparkling Beverage

  • Amount Per Serving

  • Serving Size

    1 (about 1½ cups/375 mL)

  • Calories

    340

  • Total Carbohydrate

    66 g

  • Total Fat

    0 g

  • Saturated Fat

    0 g

  • Dietary Fibre

    0 g

  • Protein

    1 g

  • Sodium

    45 mg

  • Sugars

    54 g

How to make

Ingredients

How to make

  • Step 1

    Fill stemless wine glass or highball glass halfway with ice. Add orange juice and tequila; stir to combine. Add grenadine and top with sparkling beverage. Garnish with grapes or orange slice (if using).

  • Try this:

    Store-bought orange juice works well for this recipe, but if you have a few extra minutes and a fresh orange, try fresh-squeezed juice. One orange yields about 1/3 cup (83 mL) juice – exactly what you need for this recipe. If you have a fine-mesh strainer, use it to remove any pulp, but it’s not totally necessary.

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