Cream Soda Cocktail | Miles and Moone

Cream soda definitely brings back fond memories of childhood for many people. The sweet, creamy flavor is hard to forget, and it's no wonder that it's still a popular drink to this day.

However, in true Miles and Moone style, we have taken this classic drink to a whole new level with the 'Float-on-by' Cream Soda Cocktail.

This cocktail takes the classic cream soda flavor and gives it a little kick. It's sweet, definitely not soft, and has a bit of a bite to it. It's the perfect drink for anyone who wants to enjoy the flavors of their childhood in a more grown-up way.


45ml Miles and Moone Cream Soda flavoured Vodka
30ml Light White Rum
15ml Liquor 43 Liquer
Lemonade (7up/Sprite work well with the lemon lime flavours)
1. To start off, cool your glass (add some ice cubes with water and leave for a few minutes) 
2. Pour the vodka, rum and Liquor 43 into a cocktail shaker with a generous helping of ice.
3. Pop the top on the shaker and give it an almighty shake until it’s ice cold.
4. Empty your glass, add some ice cubes then grab your strainer and pour the mixed ingredients into your glass.
5. Top up with Lemonade (7up/Sprite) and serve. You can add any garnishes you like for that extra pazazz. 
All that’s left now is for you to enjoy the good stuff. Simple, easy and delicious.
History of Cream Soda?
Back in the 1850's frozen cream was added to soda to cool the soda as ice was harvested from ponds and lakes in that time. Most ice then was contaminated with sewage, so they used the ice to freeze the cream :- hence the name ice cream and then added to the drink. 

Cream soda became a popular soft drink that has been enjoyed by people all over the world for many years. While there are many variations of cream soda, it is generally made with vanilla flavoring and sweeteners, and has a creamy texture that makes it a delicious and refreshing beverage.

Contrary to what some may believe, cream soda actually originated in the United States, and not Italy as some claim. The exact origins of cream soda are somewhat unclear, but it is generally believed to have been invented in the late 19th century in the United States.

One of the earliest known references to cream soda comes from a newspaper advertisement in 1852, which described a beverage called "cream soda water" that was sold at a local soda fountain. Over time, cream soda became a popular drink in the United States and later spread to other parts of the world.

Throughout the world many different countries have their own version of a cream soda. Japan for instance "cream soda" is a term used for an ice cream float made with melon flavoured soda topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. 

Finland, a brand called Sun'nCream soda have a variation called orange cream soda with a hint of an orange taste referred to as Italian cream soda which is usually made with a mixture of, Carbonated water, vanilla syrup and added half & half or cream. Ratios vary widely, but the taste is usually that of sweetened flavoured milk. 

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