Thursday, June 25, 2009

How to make Italian and French Sodas

This is from The Wisegeek Website:

"Customers at gourmet coffee shops may notice a cold beverage option called an
Italian soda, also known as a creamosa or French soda in different parts of the
world. An Italian soda is a refreshing combination of flavored syrup and club
soda or seltzer water mixed in a cup of ice. The addition of half-and-half or
milk turns an Italian soda into a creamosa or French soda. Some coffeehouses add
a dollop of whipped cream to an Italian soda to create a creamier texture."


First take some sparkling water or seltzer water, some ice in a glass, and about 1/2 to 1 jigger of your favorite flavored syrup
Pour the water into the glass. Leave room to add the syrup. Some like adding the syrup first. It is a matter of taste!
Add the syrup!


Add a jigger of cream or milk ( or in this case Rice milk) to make it a french soda aka a "creamosa"

3 comments:

Mutuelle sante said...

Thanks a lot it has been a great help, now to make italian and french sodas is easy by using your recommendation. Kudos

Heide M (TM) said...

Never heard of french soda, have to try this.

frank miller said...

French soda lovers enjoy dairy, such as milk or whipped cream, with their soda and syrup