This pomegranate champagne cocktail makes the perfect drink for New Year’s Eve! Festive and bubbly, they have the perfect mix of sweet and tart for ringing in the new year.
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I adore champagne. If I could only drink one alcoholic beverage for the rest of my life, it would be champagne. It’s dry but not too dry and the bubbles make add a festive feel to anything.
So for the
When you add pomegranates to champagne, they move in this mesmerizing slow float up and back down, slower than the bubbles. It looks like rubies are in your glass, giving it even more of a glammed up feel. Add a bit of pomegranate juice for tartness and St. Germain to sweeten it up, and you’ve got a fantastic sip for the night!
Like any good cocktail, you can play with the ratios to suit your tastes. I wanted a drink that’s a little sweet but not overwhelmingly so, something light. I measured the juice and St. Germain into my champagne glasses, then topped it with bubbly.
You can easily make this sweeter with more St. Germain or start with
Tools you’ll need: champagne flutes and measuring spoons.
Pomegranate Champagne Cocktail
- 7-10 pomegranate seeds
- 2 tsp pomegranate juice
- 1 1/2 tsp St. Germain
- 1/2 cup champagne
- Combine the pomegranate seeds, pomegranate juice, and St. Germain.
- Fill with champagne and stir gently before serving in champagne flutes.
Easy as that! I love simple but delicious cocktails when hosting – it makes it so much more simple to keep glasses full without taking you away from the party! Pomegranate champagne cocktail is quick to make and you can even pre-portion everything but the bubbly before your guests arrive.
If you need party food inspiration for NYE, try slow cooker spinach dip, cookie dough brownies, or snickerdoodles!
Are you hosting for New Year’s Eve? What’s your favorite way to ring in the new year?