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Mixers are non-alcoholic ingredients used in alcoholic or non alcoholic mixed drinks and cocktails. There are many reasons mixers are used; to add or create new flavours, to dilute or lengthen drinks. They may even be used to add or change the colour or texture of a drink.

Numerous soft drinks are regularly used as mixers, depending on the final drink which is desired. These include common carbonated drinks including soda water, colas, lemonades, tonic waters or ginger ales, as well as some energy drinks. 

Fruit juices are also frequently used as mixers; most commonly orange juice, apple juice, coconut milk, pineapple juice or tomato juice. Fruit syrups and cordials, such as grenadine or lime cordial are another example of mixer drinks.