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St. Germain and Pomegranate Gin Cocktail

Happy Hour: Châtelaine

The other day I found myself at my parents' house and I was thirsty for a cocktail. However, it had to be a simple recipe that didn't require fussy syrups or fresh citrus. There wasn't time to run to the store or make anything complex, so I grabbed Food & Wine Cocktails '09 and started browsing.

I knew my parents had St. Germain, the deliciously aromatic elderflower liqueur, and I settled on this uncomplicated recipe with a complex-sounding name. Like sangria, it perfectly combines wine with spirit.

Don't be intimidated by the gin; I served it to three non-gin drinkers and they loved it! The sweetness of the St. Germain and the crispness of the white wine balance it out. What I love most about this refreshing concoction is that it's not hard to batch; one could easily make a pitcher. It's also a great way to use pomegranate juice. Interested in the recipe? Read more.

Châtelaine

Châtelaine

St Germain and Pomegranate Gin Cocktail

Ingredients

  1. Ice
  2. 2 ounces crisp white wine
  3. 1 ounce gin
  4. 1/2 ounce St-Germain elderflower liqueur
  5. 1 ounce pomegranate juice

Directions

  1. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add all of the remaining ingredients and shake well.
  2. Strain the drink into a chilled martini glass.

Makes 1 drink.

Join The Conversation
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 7 years
I am never intimidated by gin ;-) Will try this post baby!
kimmberli kimmberli 7 years
i love when i already have all of the ingredients for a recipe in the house! gonna try this one right now!!
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