What are all the Sprite flavors?
It was first developed in West Germany in 1959 as Fanta Klare Zitrone (“Clear Lemon Fanta”) and was introduced in the United States under the current brand name Sprite in 1961 as a competitor to 7 Up. Sprite comes in multiple flavors, including cranberry, cherry, grape, orange, and vanilla.
Why is a Sprite called a Sprite?
The term was first used by Danny Hillis at Texas Instruments in the late 1970s. The term was derived from the fact that sprites, rather than being part of the bitmap data in the framebuffer, instead “floated” around on top without affecting the data in the framebuffer below, much like a ghost or “sprite”.
Which Sprite flavor is best?
Lemon and lime make a winning flavor combination. That’s what The Coca-Cola Company knew when they first began selling Sprite in 1961.
Is Sprite healthier than Coke?
Let’s take a look at the nutrition facts of Sprite vs Coke. Specifically, is one “healthier” than the other in regard to the nutrition data such as calories and sugar. Both have 140 calories, and no fat or protein. Sprite has 20 milligrams more sodium, but one gram less sugar and carbs.
Can you make a mocktail drink with Sprite?
We have a variety of mocktail recipes using Sprite that are easy to make. The best part is, they are just as delicious as their cocktail cousins! Make them fun by serving in a beautiful cocktail glass and dress with fun umbrellas, straws, and/or garnishments.
What’s the best way to make a mocktail?
The secret to a successful mocktail is relying on flavorful ingredients, like fruit juices, homemade syrups, and even nonalcoholic aromatic bitters. Layering these flavors, like you would a good cocktail, mades for a drink that’s complex and interesting.
What kind of Mocktail to make for a baby shower?
In the mood for a tropical mocktail? You could go with a nonalcoholic frozen piña colada or skip the blender and shake up the coconut key lime momtini. The latter is ideal for a baby shower and was designed with moms-to-be in mind. It’s a fun mix of limeade, coconut milk, and key lime.
Who is the author of the Mocktail book?
Freelance writer and cocktail book author Colleen Graham is a seasoned mixologist who loves sharing her knowledge of spirits and passion for preparing drinks. Mocktails are nonalcoholic mixed drinks, and they can be just as exciting and refreshing as any cocktail.