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Cranberry Juice Cocktail

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Cranberry juice cocktail is sweeter than cranberry juice, as it is usually made with either a mixture of cranberry juice concentrate, sugar or corn syrup, ascorbic acid and water, or cranberry juice that is sweetened with other fruit juices. Bottled cranberry juice cocktail is not to be mistaken for cranberry juice, which is more difficult to find and tarter in taste. Cranberry juice cocktail is most often mixed into cocktails.

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