Cotton Candy Drink Recipe


Happy National Cotton Candy Day!

Happy National Cotton Candy Day

Try a Cotton Candy Drink instead of simply eating the treat!

Up until 1920, Cotton Candy was known as ‘Fairy Floss’. While no one knows exactly who invited the sweet treat, we all know one thing – it’s melt-in-your-mouth yummy! Today, December 7th, is National Cotton Candy Day and we are celebrating with a delicious drink recipe from Sparkling ICE.

Cotton candy is very simple to make. First sugar is melted into a liquid state and then spun it in the cotton candy machine. The machine forces the liquid through tiny holes that shape and cool the liquid sugar. After it cools, the sugar becomes a solid again. The center of the machine is filled with thousands of tiny threads that are collected and served on a stick. 


Disappearing Candy Trick

Disappearing Candy Trick

Try the Disappearing Candy Trick drink from Sparkling ICE!

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  • 3 oz Champagne (chilled)
  • Cotton Candy
  • 1 oz Sparkling Ice Cherry Limeade
  1. Fill champagne flutes with champagne and Sparkling Ice Cherry Limeade

  2. Place a small 2″ piece of cotton candy on top of glass as a garnish.

  3. Push the cotton candy into the glass for a fun disappearing effect.


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