St. Clement’s (A Non-Alcoholic Cocktail)

Oranges and lemons,
Say the bells of St. Clement’s…”

This traditional English cocktail was named after the nursery rhyme above, and it’s always fun to sing as you’re mixing your little concoction, even if your husband gives you weird looks!

This drink was a family favorite growing up, especially around the holidays. But since I’ve been trying to crack my pepsi habit this summer, I’ve found this drink is also perfect for a summer’s eve.

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To Make:

Simply mix equal parts orange juice, and a lemony drink (I like soda’s so Sprite works just great). Add a splash of fresh lemon juice and you have yourself a cocktail.

Add singing for extra flava!

3 Responses to “St. Clement’s (A Non-Alcoholic Cocktail)”

  1. LB Says:

    We use to make that growing up too. I never knew it had an official name though. I don’t know that nursery rhyme, but I’m all for singing while mixing something special. :)

  2. John Says:

    I could just drink one at the end of this work week!

    LB go to Wikipedia under Oranges and Lemons – a rhyme about London’s church bells.

  3. LB Says:

    Thanks, John! I’ll check it out. :)