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Fruity Loops Drink • The Magic Drink

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In a world where certain drinks are fast becoming popular, you’ll find out that some drinks sit far above all others at all times, and one of such drinks is the Fruity Loops Drink. It’s uniqueness and taste make this drink a popular choice among drink lovers.

Though the Fruity Loops Drink is a unique drink, there are several variations of it that you can make. Perhaps that is why bartenders everywhere are recommending them for their customers. You should try it, too. The different variations of the drink ensure that you’ll definitely find something that is in tune with your tastes. In the next few paragraphs, I’ll tell you all about this magic drink and why I find it so intriguing.

How It Came About

I think it’s rather fitting that I begin by giving you the origin of the Fruity Loops Drink. Like most drink mix combos available today, it is almost impossible to trace the origin of the Fruity Loop drink. It is, more than likely, the result of a curious mix of a bartender somewhere in America.

It is equally safe to assume the bartender is a lover of Fruit Loops.  Rumor has it that he was drunk on Fruity Loop Vodka that night. We don’t know about that, and it certainly doesn’t change or affect the absolute awesomeness of the drink today.

The drink is, today, relished by both children and adults. Children can enjoy a variation of the drink that does not involve any alcohol. Adults can spice theirs up with strong vodkas and or tonics. Whichever way the drink may have come about, the drink has become a widely-loved drink that everyone can enjoy.

Why You Should Try the Fruity Loops Drink

The Fruit Loop drink offers more than taste. The thrill it offers, the high it gives, and the feeling it gives afterward are some of the other reasons why you should try the Fruit Loop drink. When the well-worked liquid reaches your taste buds, you will most likely demand more. Yeah. It’s that good.

If you are a bartender oblivious to this drink and you’re looking to give your customers something different and special, the Fruity Loops Cocktail is the right choice. If you’re merely looking for an adventure on your own, try this drink and you’ll regret not having tried it earlier.

The best thing about this drink is that it is relatively easy to make. Even your kids can enjoy a non-alcoholic version of this drink after their Saturday at the playground. What are you waiting for? Try it today and thank me later!

Fruity Loops Recipe (For Kids)

I stated earlier in this article that a Fruity Loops Drink for your kids was totally possible. That is true. Kids can enjoy a drink like this, without the alcohol, of course, and trust me, you’ll have your kids off your hands for a while and be able to settle down to a little peace and quiet (every parent’s dream, right?) — that is, until they come asking for more.

It is as easy to make this drink for your kids as it is to make cereal for them. There are several ingredients you’ll need, however, and they are listed below:

  • 3 ounces of pineapple juice
  • 1 ½ ounce of orange juice
  • 1 ounce of cranberry juice
  • Grenadine
  • Some Fruit Loops
  • Some ice blocks

The first step is to get a glass or pitcher that is big enough to contain these fruity loop drink ingredients. Then, pour some blocks of ice inside the glass or pitcher. If you have done that, slowly pour the above-mentioned quantity of pineapple juice into the glass.

Stir it for a few seconds and then add, again, the above-mentioned quantity of Orange juice into the mix. You’ll notice the mix looking a bit different and very colorful. If it is, you’ll know you are in the right direction. After this, you can then pour the cranberry juice into the mix.

If this is done, add a few splashes of grenadine into the mix. Stir for about 40 seconds. You’ll notice that the mix is taking on a sort of pinkish color. If the color is different, it may be because you have overused one ingredient. The solution to this is to simply pour in more underused ingredients to balance the equation. When this is done, sprinkle in some Fruity Loops and you are ready to go. It is ready to serve.

Pretty easy, am I right?

This colorful drink will make sure that your kids forgive you for all your wrong doings and especially for ‘forgetting’ to buy them more than one gift over Christmas. Trust me. I’d know about all that. I’ve been there. This drink is also perfect for small children’s parties or gatherings and if you need to offer the kids something fun and colorful.

Fruit Loops Vodka Recipe

This one is for the adults. Let me tell you how to make possibly the most awesome drink mix ever. Trust me, when you take these shots, you’ll possibly forget about your troubles (momentarily, of course) and just live in the thrill it’ll give you. I can tell you that a Fruity Loops Vodka drink is the Michael Jackson of amazing drinks. You will definitely love it. You’ll need a few ingredients to make this and I’ve listed them below:

  • Vodka
  • Fruit Loops
  • 2 ounces of Blue Curaçao
  • Lemon juice
  • Cranberry juice
  • Mango puree
  • Orange juice

Making a Fruity Loops Vodka is relatively easy, but it requires focus, care, and attention. The first step is to sprinkle the Fruit Loops into a bottle of vodka. You should then leave the mix alone for a few hours and shake them well. Repeat this process over the day and when the Fruit Loops have lost their solid state and have infused with the vodka, you’ll know it’s time to go on to the next step.

You have to be careful, though.

You have to be absolutely certain that the Fruit Loops have properly infused with the vodka otherwise it won’t turn out nice. If it so happens that the Fruit Loops haven’t properly changed form, simply shake the mix and leave it alone for a few more hours.

When the mix is perfectly fused, go on to the next step. Pour the infused fruit loop-vodka mix into a shaker with ice and proceed to shake well. When this is done, you should add either cranberry juice, orange juice, or a mango puree, or a combination of all if you’re feeling adventurous, and shake well.

You must remember, however, to add ice, as it is very essential to its final form. You must also remember to shake it very well. When you’re all done, pour the mix into shot glasses and sprinkle with more Fruit Loops, if you choose.

Voila! You have a mix that, when properly done, even you would be proud of. If you prefer lemon juice over cranberry or orange juice, it’s okay. You can still have an equally nice mix. All you have to do is repeat the process above, only this time you’ll be replacing whatever ingredient you choose to ignore in favor of your preferred one.

Are There Variations of The Fruity Loops Drink?

There is only one answer to this, and that is yes. Although I have only given one drink (vodka) as part of my recipe, you can replace the vodka with a drink of your choice. Take note though: it must be a drink that is favorable to mixes.

You can replace vodka with a mixable drink like a martini or gin. So, you see, whatever your preferences are, you can make a Fruity Loops Drink that is suitable just for you. If you decide to go without vodka, simply follow the processes above and replace it with the drink of your choice.

Conclusion

When it comes to the Fruity Loops mixed drink, you can never go wrong. Why bother with the same regular drinks you order at the bar every night? Why not request something new? Why celebrate that promotion with regular beer when you can find something far more exciting, far more fun, and far more adventurous?

The Fruity Loops drink is great for any occasion, and, as we’ve seen above, even suitable for the kids! Now, if that isn’t a great drink, I don’t know what is. Now that you’ve learned about Fruity Loops recipes, why not try it out on your own and taste the magic?

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