Wow your guests with a stunning Pomegranate Gin & Tonic Cocktail. This simple to make drink is great for the holiday and parties.
Pomegranate Gin & Tonic Cocktail
‘Tis the season for all things festive! Yes, believe it or not, the holiday season is fully upon us. Within just a few short weeks we will celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve!
This year we are finding ourselves spending more time at home having small gatherings vs. heading out to big parties. So with that said, we needed some new recipes to enjoy during this most festive of seasons.
Today I’m sharing a fabulously beautiful and oh so simple to make cocktail. Say hello to the eye-catching Pomegranate Gin & Tonic Cocktail. Isn’t it a showstopper?
What ingredients do you need to make a Pomegranate Gin &Tonic Cocktail?
- Pomegranate Liqueur
- Tonic Water
- Garnish: Lime slices & pomegranate seeds
Some tips for making a Pomegranate Gin & Tonic Cocktail:
- Make this a non-alcoholic beverage by substituting pomegranate juice and omitting the gin.
- No Pomegranate liqueur? No problem, it’s a splurge but you can simply substitute pomegranate juice.
- Serve immediately after garnishing.
Simple steps for making a Pomegranate Gin &Tonic Cocktail:
Fill a rocks glass with ice. Add the pomegranate liqueur.
Next, add the gin.
Finish by adding the tonic water. Stir gently to combine.
Garnish if desired with a lime slice and pomegranate seeds.
I bet you’d love to try some other festive cocktails, try these:
- Cranberry Moscow Mule Cocktail
- Eggnog Amaretto Cocktail
- Apple Cider Moscow Mule Cocktail
- Amaretto Apple Cider Cocktail
How about some delicious nibbles to go along with your cocktail? Try these:
- 1/2 ounce Pama Pomegranate Liqueur
- 1.5 ounces Botanist Gin
- 3 ounces Fever Tree Light Tonic Water
- Garnish: lime slices & pomegranate seeds
- Fill a rocks glass with ice. Add the pomegranate liqueur.
- Add the gin, followed by the tonic water. Stir gently to combine.
- Garnish if desired with a lime slice and pomegranate seeds.
- Serve immediately.
You may substitute pomegranate liqueur with pomegranate juice.
Check out the web story for this recipe by clicking HERE.