Entertaining Outdoors: Pomegranate Gin Tonic Cocktail

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Pomegranate Gin Tonic Cocktail Recipe

Keeping up with our series entertaining outdoor, we created a special cocktail to enjoy during a gathering outside: the Pomegranate Gin Tonic cocktail. It’s a refreshing cocktail for the hotter days and most importantly, easy to make.

Gin & Tonic, G&T, Gin Tonic, however you would like to call it-this cocktail has become all the rage in the past years. This once shabby drink has now experienced a rebirth in popularity, finding its way to the chic and cool crowd. For us, it was a first and though I loved the Pomegranate Gin Tonic cocktail Fabian was more hesitant about the taste. Nonetheless, I did like the taste and can now shamelessly say that I’m a Gin-Tonic-kind-of-gal. Who would have thought! You can also switch the tonic for Ginger Ale to make it sweeter since Gin is not everyone’s type of drink.

Ever since I got into the cocktail I started loving the idea of being able to surprise friends with a cocktail I make right before their eyes. It’s not only impressive, but it also shows a certain effort you’re making for that person. You thought about a drink that would fit their taste and took the time to prepare it as well, instead of just giving a simple rum and coke. Plus, if they are people who normally don’t drink a cocktail (because cocktails have the reputation of being expensive) then they will love you after this. That is exactly what being the perfect host is all about—surprising your guests!

Pomegranate Gin Tonic Recipe
Prep Time
5 mins

A refreshing twist on the classic cocktail

Course: Drinks
Servings: 1 cocktail
  • 2 oz gin
  • 2 oz pomegranate juice
  • 1 oz simple syrup
  • ice cubes
  • tonic water (or ginger ale)
  • mint leaves for garnish
  1. In a shaker add the gin, pomegranate juice and simple syrup. Fill the shaker with ice and shake. Fill a glass with ice and strain the drink into it. Top it off with tonic water and garnish mint leaves. 

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