The same goes for cocktails. I've been sipping a drink, the white Cosmopolitan, that possesses an elegant simplicity that most beverages don't have. It tastes nearly identical to the popular favorite, except it gets its gin-clear appearance from white cranberry juice, which is made from berries that are harvested before they turn red.
The result is a libation that's mysterious yet familiar, and glamorous while also practical. Learn how to make it when you read more.
1 cup white-cranberry juice
4 ounces vodka
2 ounces Cointreau
- Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add cranberry juice, vodka, and Cointreau. Shake to combine well. Strain into two large martini glasses. Serve immediately.
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