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POUR soda water into ice-filled glass to half fill. ADD lemon juice, orange juice and Grand Marnier. TOP with soda.
Lemon wedge & seasonal berries
A fruity, zesty, light summery cocktail. Tip - pouring the soda first makes this refreshingly juicy drink easier to mix due to the specific gravities of the ingredients.
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