|Served||On the rocks; poured over ice|
|Standard garnish||sprig of basil(optional), Arancini(Candied orange peel,Croatian specialty not to be confused wit Italian snack) and Sour cherry.|
|Standard drinkware||Collins glass|
|Commonly used ingredients|
|Preparation||Place some crushed ice in highball or Collins glass, adding the ingredients as listed in the order above over the ice. Place some orange grind on top. Mix all of the ingredients with a spoon and decorate. |
The drink mixture was created by the magical mind and hand of the most well-known Croatian barman, Marin Nekic.
The drink contains ingredients that originate from Dalmatia (region in Croatia) and represent a Dalmatian way of living. 
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Preparation[edit | edit source]
In a Collins or Highball glass with ice add the Maraschino liqueur, the cherry juice, the lemon juice and and a peel of an orange. The original recipe calls for Arancini - a candied orange peel from Dubrovnik, that gives this drink its unique taste. But knowing that that's quite hard to come by for most, try substituting normal orange peel. Stir all the ingredients to combine and chill, before garnishing with a bit more orange peel to serve. To be true to the original you should be looking for Zadar Maraschino liqueur, sour cherry juice and Arancini. 
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Cocktail named Crocktail[edit | edit source]
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