Grand Slam 50 - 100 Servings

Non-Alcoholic CocktailNon-Alcoholic
Classic Cocktail

 

1 Liter/ 33.82 f.OZ. (US)
0% Alc. Vol. per Cocktail
Amount of Alcohol from Base 0% Alc. Vol.

 
One Bottle serves 50-100 Cocktail Portions of Premium Quality Fruit-flavored Cordial.

Considering the Volume of the Ice Cubes the Bar Tender can serve up to 100 Cocktail Portions per Bottle.


Cocktail Preparation:

0.7 oz/ 20 ml Base + 6.8 oz/ 200 ml Orange Juice, shake well with Ice Cubes and strain into a Glass filled with fresh Ice, garnish with fresh Fruit and serve.


Cocktail History


The Grand Slam is another sportive Gift created 1881 dedicated to Roger Connor who is believed to be the first major league Baseball player to hit the Grand Slam, on September 10, 1881, for the Troyans. In Baseball, a Grand Slam is a home run hit with all three bases occupied by base runners "base loaded", thereby scoring four runs - the most possible in one play.

 

According to The Dickson Baseball Dictionary, the term originated in the card game of contract bridge, in which a Grand Slam involves taking all the possible tricks. The word slam, by itself, usually is connected with a loud sound, particularly of a door being closed with excess force; thus, slamming the door on one's opponent(s). The term was extended to various sports, such as golf and tennis, for sweeping a sport's major tournaments.

Each Redwood Forest* fruit in the non-alcoholic Cocktail represents one Base of the Grand Slam.


Classic Recipe:

2 oz Redwood Forest Raspberry Syrup

2 oz Redwood Forest Blueberry Syrup

2 oz Redwood Forest Huckleberry Syrup

Orange Juice

 

* The classic image of a Redwood Forest is one of stately tall trees, dense shade, and lots of green. The columnar trunks of the giant trees draw our gaze up to the high canopy