Do you like champagne? Do you like spritzers? If you answered yes to both of those questions, then I have the perfect drink for you! This champagne spritzer is light, refreshing, and perfect for any occasion. Plus, it’s easy to make – so cheers to the weekend!
Give me a Pomegranate Champagne Spritzer and full access to the Winter Bruschetta Bar and that’s my idea of a perfect New Years Eve!
We’ve already covered the fact that I’ll be hosting NYE this year – and all good hostesses need a signature cocktail! This year mine is going to be pink and delicious and it’s this the Pomegranate Champagne Spritzer! Couldn’t be easier – grab a few ingredients from your local market or liquor store and the party is ready to go.
If you’re feeling extra festive and want to make the sugared rosemary – here’s the drill! Dip the rosemary sprigs in water, then generously sprinkle with superfine sugar. Let them dry on a parchment paper lined baking sheet for about 1 hour and then use as needed.
Ready to make your own? Here’s what you need: champagne or sparkling wine, pomegranate juice, club soda and lime wedges. Fill a glass with ice then pour in 1/2 cup of champagne or sparkling wine. Top with 1/4 cup of pomegranate juice and add a splash of club soda. Serve with a lime wedge for squeezing over the drink. Enjoy! Whether you’re ringing in the new year at home or out on the town, this pink spritzer is sure to please party guests of all ages. Raise a glass and toast to 2018 – may it be filled with health, happiness and lots of delicious cocktails!
Done and done! How easy is that! Pom Champagne Spritzers for the win! And you can double / triple / quadruple the recipe as needed depending on how many cocktails are required! Happy New Year
Pomegranate Champagne Spritzer
- 2 ounce pomegranate juice chilled
- 8 ounces champagne or prosecco chilled
- 2 ounce St. Germain elderflower liqueur
- 4 ounces sparkling water chilled
- 2-3 tablespoons pomegranate seeds
- Garnish with sugared rosemary
- In one glass, add the pomegranate juice followed by the champagne, St. Germain, sparkling water and top with pomegranate seeds. Serve immediately.
This is so lovely! I’m loving that color and the sugared rosemary garnish. Pinned! This may be my NYE cocktail this year! Happy, healthy New Year!
This looks to be the perfect way to ring in the New Year while in my jammies in front of the fire!! I love the sugared rosemary!! So festive!
Such a lovely cocktail, Gaby! I hope you have a blast with your new year’s party (I’m envious of all of your guests, they’ll all eat and drink so well)! 😀
Oh my. what an elegant drink. I wish we this last night. Beautiful.
What a pretty drink!
Well, now I have plenty of ideas of what to bring to my New Years party I’m attending! These look great, thank you!
This drink is fabulous! I made it for Thanksgiving and it was a hit. I will make them throughout the month of December!
The recipe sounds great, I can’t wait to try it out. I’m intrigued by the sugared rosemary with the wrap-around lemon peel. How do you create that fun garnish?
Please disregard my previous comment, I just found the garnish instructions up top! Sorry! 🙂
Thoughts on making a pitcher of this for a brunch? – so basically multiplying by 6 and mixing it up in a pitcher right before serving? TY!
yup – will work