I tasted this drink, while visiting family in California, over Thanksgiving holiday. It was good, but it was missing something. I decided to make again when I got home. In California, I remember it being a pretty, pale, ballerina pink. This drink is now an extraordinary shade of pink. It is the color of the inside of a watermelon, and as delicious as it looks.
I really enjoy eating pomegranate seeds, and they are so healthy for you, but they are so messy, so I don’t eat them very often.
I used a potato masher to juice some seeds, then I strained the juice. Next time I will get some organic pomegranate juice from the store, and not bother with juicing the seeds. I added a half a handful of pomegranate seeds to the glass, after I poured the drink. I was happy I added them, because they were so yummy to snack on when I finished the drink.
This recipe is adapted from our Uncle Ben’s copy of, The Art Of The Bar, Tequila Gimlet De Grenada. Thank you Uncle Ben. I hope you make and enjoy this cocktail with your family and friends during the holidays, and beyond. I am thrilled to be linking up with Angela at Cottage Magpie and Domestic Fashionista, in their Holiday Recipes Linky Parade.
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