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This Beverage Recreates a Drinkable Shark Attack to Celebrate Shark Week

 - Jun 29, 2016
References: thesuburbansoapbox
For consumers that celebrate Shark Week, these Shark Attack Cocktails by The Suburban Soapbox offer a festively themed beverage to make while streaming hours of sea creature-themed programming. The cocktails simulate a shark attack experience with toy shark garnishes filled with edible blood.

The cocktails are an experiential drink that is also interactive, allowing drinkers to simulate a shark attack in the ocean inside a glass. The beverage is made with a base of lime soda, blue food coloring and an added liquor of choice to create the ocean water. Candied fish can be added as well for a more realistic effect. Then plastic toy sharks are hung on the lip of glass with grenadine syrup used to fill their mouths with fake blood. Drinkers can then squeeze the grenadine from the sharks into the drink.