Hello, hello! As you’re waking up out of your Christmas dinner food coma, I have a drink recipe to share with you! Perhaps a little bubbly for New Years Eve celebration? Or just another drink recipe to have in your arsenal for whenever!
This pomegranate prosecco punch is a bit of tart, sweet, and bubbly to help you ring in the New Year or to help kick off a relaxing evening!
While the felt board is completely out of date (but who doesn’t love Home Alone year-round?!), the drinks aren’t! It’s the perfect seasonal drink especially with the pomegranate and the beautiful color.
This drink reminds me of the raspberry peach prosecco that has been the most popular cocktail recipe on my blog. I think due to their vibrant colors and bold flavors, they go over well with fruity cocktail connoisseurs.
A very girly drink but everyone is welcome to enjoy this especially since it has bubbly in it. A great way to ring in the New Year, don’t you think?
I’m ready to cosy up in front of the fireplace with this drink in hand, husband and Winston next to me, and surrounded by friends! I am SO READY for what 2018 has to bring. I sure hope it is a lot better than 2017. Although there were aspects to 2017 that were memorable, most of it was not.
Cheers to 2018 — you’re a sight for sore eyes! Peace out, 2017 ✌
Pomegranate Prosecco Punch
- Pomegranate juice, chilled
- Prosecco, chilled
- Pomegranate seeds, for garnish
- Sprigs of rosemary, for garnish
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- Pour as much pomegranate juice and prosecco into a champagne glass then add pomegranate seeds and a sprig of rosemary to the glass.
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