With this recipe, you can go from just serving champagne at a party (which is totally acceptable) to looking like a certified mixologist.
All it takes is a splash of pomegranate and a splash of club soda, and you can call it a cocktail.
Remember that next time you’re making any drink. Add a lime to a rum and coke, for instance, and it’s a Cuba Libre.
The only real challenge to bartending is figuring out how to seem like you care about everyone’s problems. Maybe stick to drink-mixing at home.
- Combine liquids in a champagne flute and garnish with pomegranate seeds.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Let’s be honest—any occasion is an occasion for champagne. To spruce up a simple flute of bubbly, look no further than the pomegranate. These little jewels may be small, but they are loaded with polyphenols, AKA powerful antioxidants. Cheers!