Sour Candy Mocktail

Delicious sour candy mocktail perfect for a little bit of sour fun!

Sour Candy Mocktail

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My kids just love sour things. They are always stealing my lemons out of my lemon water, taking the limes from my better half’s drink and will giggle like crazy when licking the “soury” parts of sour candy. I can relate though, I can remember being a kid and getting Warhead candies in my Halloween bucket. I would eat them one lick at a time giving my taste buds time to adjust to every sour coating on them. Oh man, good times!

When I saw Torani had a syrup called “sour candy” I felt like it was a no-brainer and it quickly made its way into my cart! I am not exactly sure what I expected the syrup to taste like to be honest. But, after making these fun and incredibly easy zero proof drinks, I was surprisingly pleased with just how good these turned out!

If you love all things sour candy, check out this fun and easy simple sour candy mocktail recipe to shake up your taste buds!

Sour Candy Mocktail Ingredients

Lemon Lime Soda

Torani Sour Candy Syrup (You can find it here)

Low Ball Glasses (these are my favorite plastic ones for kids)

Garnish Stick (I used these)

Sour Patch Kids Candies (Optional for Garnish)

Blue Striped Straws (I used these from Amazon)

Sour candy mocktail recipe

About the Ingredients

Lemon Lime Soda provides carbonation and a touch of citrus with a refreshingly light flavor.

Sour Candy Syrup is a flavored syrup mix in with a red color and a sweet yet sour taste. So good!

Sour Candy Mocktail Recipe (3 drinks)

1)Slide a few Sour Patch Kids Candies onto a Garnish Stick (I did one of each color for my drinks) and set aside

2)Add ice to Low Ball Glasses

3)Pour 1 16 oz bottle of Lemon Lime Soda evenly across your three low ball glasses. Each glass should be 3/4 of the way full.

4)Add 1 oz Sour Candy Syrup to each glass. Use a Garnish Stick to gently stir until well mixed.

5)Add your Candy Garnish Stick to the top of the glass

6)Add a Blue Striped Straw


sour candy mocktail

Do you enjoy having themed non alcoholic drinks to add a little extra fun to your day? So do we! Be sure to check out some of our favorite themed zero proof drink recipes like this Wreck It Ralph’s Vanellope Inspired Mocktail, this Dr. Suess’s The Lorax Inspired Mocktail or these Mickey and Minnie Inspired Milkshakes.

What is your favorite sour candy?

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