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Pomegranate Crush Cocktail

 Pomegranate Crush Cocktail made with fresh pomegranate, splash of gin, champagne and my favorite St. Germain.

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Pomegranate Crush Cocktail Champagne Gin New Years

Pomegranate seeds

It is time to start thinking about New Years Resolutions.  Do you make a New Years Resolution?  If you do do you keep it?  I always pick something that I know I will be able to succeed at.  None of this I will loose 10 pounds, I won’t say another curse word.  I am wavering between two resolutions.

One:  I will not talk as much and listen more.  I like to talk, this might be too hard.

Two: Get Netflix.  I know, I know lame, but I really feel like I am way behind times because I don’t have Netflix.  Another quick confession… I have never seen an episode of Breaking Bad or Downtown Abby and I want to see them both.  I am eclectic like that!

So though one will make me a better person, the other will make me more interesting.  Tough decision.  Hmm?  I think I will try out both, one I know I will succeed at, the other will be a challenge.  I like challenges so it will be good.  I hope you have a wonderful safe and spectacular New Year.  Check out my YouTube Video on how to make this rocking’ Pomegranate Crush cocktail and while you are there I would be thrilled if you would subscribe to my YouTube Video. I plan on making many, many more so you don’t want to miss out.

xo Amy

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Pomegranate Crush Cocktail

Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Servings: 1


  • 6 red grapes
  • 1/2 ounce Elderflower I used St. Germaine
  • Fresh Ice
  • 2 ounces Gin I used Bombay
  • splash of champagne
  • Pomegranate Seeds


  • Fill Martini Shaker with Grapes and St. Germaine.
  • Smash (muddle) Grapes
  • Add gin and ice.
  • Shake to cool.
  • Add ice to high ball glass and pour.
  • Top with Champagne and Pomegranate Seeds


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