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Pomegranate-Mint Sangria

Pomegranate-Mint Sangria


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    • Prep 5min
    • Total1hr5min
    • Servings8

    A minty-twist on sangria that is combined with the flavorings of pomegranate seeds.MORE+LESS-

    ByBroke Ass Gourmet

    Updated May 18, 2015

    Ingredients

    1

    bottle of red wine

    1

    orange, cut into wedges

    1

    lemon cut into wedges

    1

    cup pomegranate seeds

    1/2

    cup fresh mint leaves, chopped

    1

    oz brandy (optional)

    2

    cups seltzer water

    Steps

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      Combine all ingredients in a large pitcher and stash in the fridge for at least 1 hour (or until chilled). Serve over ice.

    Nutrition Information

    No nutrition information available for this recipe

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    Pomegranate Mint Water

    With the holidays upon us, I’ve already designated which stretchy pants will look nice while also allowing maximum room for the very full belly that’s bound to ensue. And while I wouldn’t change a thing about that so-full-you-could-burst post-meal feeling (that’s part of the holidays, right?) I do like to prep some helpful remedies for after the overindulgence.

    My usual go-to is a healthy green smoothie, which packs in a lot of hydration and nutrients. But for an even easier recipes, I like to make this Pomegranate Mint Water! It has just four ingredients and is so refreshing after a big meal.

    Making this pomegranate infused water is ultra-simple. You’ll add some fresh mint to a pitcher. Gently muddle it with the end of a wooden spoon to release some of those delicious minty oils. Then add pomegranate seeds, honey (if you want it), and water. Stir to mix it all together and drink up, adding a bit of ice if you want it nice and cold.


    The Rosé Cocktails:

    Pomegranate Mint Rosé Sangria:

    Pomegranate and Rosé, sweet or dry, go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly. Rosé Sangria with pomegranate is the perfect summer drink. Refreshing and crisp, with the perfect level of tang and sweetness. The level of alcohol in this recipe will be determined by the percentage of the wine. However, adding pomegranate liquor is always a good option.

    Ingredients:

    • 1 Bottle of Dry Rosé Wine (Your favorite dry Rosé will do!)
    • 1/4 Cup Fresh Mint Leaves.
    • 1 Cup Pomegranate seeds.
    • 1.5 cups Real Pomegranate Juice. (Fresh from the fruit or freshly bottled)
    • 1/2 cup Limeade. (Can be substituted for lime juice, or sliced limes. However, it will affect sweetness)
    • 1/2 cup favorite summer berries (blueberries, strawberries, etc)
    • Optional: 1 Cup Pomegranate Liquor.

    Instructions:

    Stack the mint leaves, use the bottle as a rolling pin to crush them slightly. This will bring out a mintier flavor. Place the mint leaves and fruit (Including Pomegranate seeds) into a glass pitcher. Pour in the Rosé, followed by the pomegranate juice and limeade (or lime juice/sliced limes). Mix well. If adding Pomegranate liquor, add now. The Sangria is best chilled, ice will dilute the amazing flavor, however you can use ice or chill the cocktail prior to serving. Ice will keep the Sangria colder, longer, in the summer sun.

    Rosé Cocktails are the perfect summer drink. At SecondBottle, we hope you enjoy these amazing recipes! Drink responsibly!

    Sweet Strawberry Rosé Spritzer:

    This Sweet Strawberry Rosé Spritzer is the perfect small batch summer drink. While you can easily make (and drink) a pitcher of this sunny day classic, it is perfect to make in individual glasses. Show off to your friends and keep them refreshed with a glass of strawberry perfection.

    Ingredients:

    • 1 Bottle Sparkling Rose. (Chilled)
    • 1 Lemon, sliced.
    • 1/2 Bunch Fresh Mint Leaves.
    • 1 Cup Strawberries, sliced.
    • Sparkling Water OR Gin. (Or Both)

    Instructions:

    In individual glasses, place several strawberry slices and mint leaves. Muddle (crush) with a spoon or pestle to release flavors. Fill the glass halfway with Rosé. Top off with either sparkling water, or Gin. The Sparkling water in addition to the Sparkling Rosé will make the bubbly effect last longer, as wine bubbles tend to disperse quickly. Lastly, place a slice of lemon in the drink, along with sliced strawberry for garnish.

    Note: All Liquid Ingredients should be properly chilled beforehand.

    For an amazing summer nightcap, try Mulled wine!

    Vodka Rose Lime:

    This Rosé cocktail is for those of you who enjoy simple drinks. Everyone has enjoyed a classic Vodka Water Lime, this is a playful take on the summer bar classic.

    Ingredients:

    Instructions:

    In a glass half filled with ice, add 1 ounce of vodka. Follow with a splash of freshly squeezed lime juice. Top off with Sweet or Sweet Sparkling Rosé. Garnish with sliced lime. The Vodka Rose Lime is a classic summer cocktail, light on calories, high in flavor.

    Rosé Cocktails are the perfect summer drink. At SecondBottle, we hope you enjoy these amazing recipes! Drink responsibly!


    Ingredients you will need to make this recipe

    • sugar - base of a simple syrup
    • water
    • fresh mint - traditional flavor in this cocktail
    • lime - adds a bright citrus note
    • Bourbon - a whiskey with vanilla, oak and caramel flavors
    • 100% Pomegranate juice - adds a slight sweetness and fruity flavor
    • Ice - shaved or crushed ice are traditional but you can use ice cubes
    • ginger ale - used as a mixer and adds carbonation

    Pomegranate Mint Prosecco Cocktail is made with prosecco, mint simple syrup, and pomegranate juice. It's refreshing and makes a perfect holiday or anytime cocktail.

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    Watch the video: How to make Fresh Pomegranate Juice a without juicer - Blender way (June 2022).