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As it gets closer to Christmas, I crave and make holiday drinks as if it is going out of style. We love getting creative with holiday flavors and drinking festive cocktails. This is our favorite time of year, and adding a cheerful drink to our day, makes it even merrier. Sipping on something that is alive with holiday cheer, slows down the busyness of this time of year. In order to celebrate the season, we came up with a festive drink that can be consumed with or without alcohol. This pomegranate ginger beer cocktail is a delicious, fizzy concoction and is packed with festive flavors. It is the perfect treat that is sure to satisfy every lover of sweet cocktails.




Pomegranate Ginger Beer

For our cocktail, we used Stirrings Pomegranate Cocktail Mixer as well as Stirrings Cosmopolitan Rimmer. These products made the mixing process a breeze! We loved how simply they enhance a drink to make it exceptionally tasty. The sugar rim quickly transformed the drink into a scrumptious and fun masterpiece. Pairing the two together, made for a sweet indulgence. In order to have a creative spin, we decided to freeze the cocktail mixer and infuse it in the drink as a frozen treat! We mixed and poured all of the ingredients, and then added the splash of pomegranate ice cubes. Quickly, the drink turned from clear to a deep, ruby red. In a matter of minutes, we watched a festive drink appear right before our eyes!




Pomegranate Ginger Beer

Our favorite thing about this drink is that it is incredibly simple and festive. We made it in a matter of minutes and then slowly savored each sweet sip. This would be the perfect cocktail to make for a holiday gathering or a sugary treat before bed on Christmas Eve. Additionally, it would be a fun drink to enjoy while ringing in the New Year! This pomegranate cocktail can also be made without vodka in order to accommodate all guests and make non-alcoholic. By using Stirrings products, this pomegranate ginger beer was effortless to create. With less time making this drink, we were able to decorate our tree and slowly appreciate every sip of this sweet treat. Whether you make it for a crowd or for two, we know it will add that perfect dose of holiday cheer to your evening.




Pomegranate Ginger Beer




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Pomegranate Ginger Beer

Pomegranate Ginger Beer

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Stirrings Pomegranate Martini Mixer, frozen evenly in ice cube trays
  • Stirrings Cosmopolitan Rimmer
  • Ice
  • 1 1/2 cups Ginger Beer
  • 2 shots Vodka
  • 1/4 cup Club Soda
  • Juice from 1 Lime
  • 1/2 Pomegranate Seeds
  • 1 teaspoon Cinnamon

Instructions

  1. Freeze Stirrings Pomegranate Martini Mixer evenly in ice cube tray over night.
  2. Rim each glass with a lime, all the way around the rim. Tip the glasses upside down and coat the rim with the Stirrings Cosmopolitan Rimmer, making sure that the entire rim is coated in the sugar.
  3. Fill a shaker with ice. Add ginger beer, vodka, club soda and lime juice to shaker. Shake well and pour evenly into glasses.
  4. Add 2-4 pomegranate ice cubes to each glass. Drop pomegranate seeds evenly into each glass and sprinkle with cinnamon. Top with more pomegranate seeds, skewed onto a toothpick. Enjoy!
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