These Pomegranate Cocktails with Vodka are hands down, my favorite Holiday Cocktail! They are so fizzy, flavorful and pull me right into the Christmas season. Plus, they're only 4 ingredients!
Oh my Christmas season! I love the Holidays. We just passed Thanksgiving and it is totally game time. Am I right fellow moms? Hold onto your hats until January 1. This time of year is just absolutely nuts, but I love it at the same time.
Like my Apple Cider Bourbon Cocktail, this Pomegranate Cocktail screams the holiday season! It is bubbly and delicious. I have been drinking it the last few nights and absolutely love this one. It might be my favorite cocktail ever! It is really similar to a Moscow Mule with the ginger beer, unless you decide to use La Croix instead. Either way, this beverage is so yummy.
Why You'll Love This Recipe:
- It's the perfect Holiday drink!
- The pomegranate adds the right amount of sweet & tartness.
- This recipe has only a few simple ingredients and whips together in no time.
If you love Holiday drinks, be sure to check out my Red Wine Cranberry Sangria! It's great for serving a crowd.
The Ingredients for this Holiday Cocktail:
Pomegranate Juice: For sweetness with just a bit of tart
Lime: Helps balance out the Vodka strength
Vodka: Pairs perfectly with the flavor combinations in the drink
Ginger Beer or La Croix: Creates the fizzy, bubbly Holiday magic under our noses. I love the ginger beer flavors, but if you are not a fan, go with La Croix (the cranberry flavor is delicious in this drink),
Substitutions and Variations:
If you don't love ginger flavor, substitute the ginger beer with la croix or any sparkling water.
Instead of Vodka, Gin, Tequila, or Rum would be good too.
How to Make Pomegranate Cocktails with Vodka:
Step 1: Fill a cocktail shaker up to the top with ice. Pour in vodka, lime juice, and pomegranate juice.
Step 2: Shake and pour into 2 cocktail glasses filled half way with ice. Top with your choice of ginger beer or La Croix.
Step 3: Serve with a lime wedge. Drink up and enjoy!
Serve immediately, so the ice doesn't melt and water the drink down.
Vodka is my alcohol of choice here, but you could try Gin, tequila or rum.
Of course! Most of my cocktails get served to my kids without alcohol in them in mocktail form.