Pom-Cider Martini

Pom-Cider Martini
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It’s hard to believe that Christmas is just around the corner. Thankfully, with this Crisp, slightly tart pom-cider martini, you’ll have every reason to celebrate and keep the holiday traditions despite how tough this year has been. 

 Although you might not be able to visit or celebrate with family this year, you can definitely share the recipe for this pom-cider martini cocktail and schedule a zoom sip and taste soirée. Why not! Let all the good times roll as you sip this fall cocktail and create a new memory with loved ones. 

pom-cider martini

 

This fall martini cocktail could easily be a mocktail, simply omit the vodka and/or angostura bitters. The taste won’t be the same, but you can make it your own. I’ll advise using flavored tonic water, alcohol-free gin (yes, it’s a thing), or AF sparkling wine. Also, you can use a mixture of grape juice with a splash of lime juice.

Speaking of fall cocktails, have you tried our smoretini a.k.a s’mores martini? It’s the best liquid version of a campfire snack.

This vodka cocktail can be made in a big batch, hello quarantine buddies! All you need to do is triple the recipe or factor in the number of people you’ll serve with the recipe below, which serves two. 

 

HOW TO MAKE POM-CIDER MARTINI

 

pom-cider Martini

 

To make this apple cider Pomegranate cocktail, you’ll need ;

 

  • Pomegranate juice (100%) or substitute with real pomegranate syrup 
  • Vodka (good quality)
  • Apple cider (unsweetened)
  • Angostura orange bitters
  • Agave syrup 
  • Ice cubes
  • Elderflower tonic water 

 

First, you’ll start by adding the ice cubes in a shaker. You can also use a mason jar if you don’t have a shaker. Next, add the pomegranate juice, vodka, apple cider, Angostura orange bitters, and agave syrup. Shake vigorously to incorporate. Gently strain the mixture into a serving glass.

 

Top with tonic water, not more than 2.oz. 

 

You can garnish with apple slices, pomegranate wedges, or herbs. It’s up to you. 

 

pom-cider Martini

 

Sip responsibly! 

 

There you have it, a chilled glass of crisp and slightly tart pom-cider martini to ease off a long work week. 

 

Did you make this pomegranate and apple cider vodka drink? Share with us on Instagram using the hashtag worldlytreat(#worldlytreat); we’d love to join the virtual soirée. Don’t forget to pin it for later! Don’t forget to check out some of our fall cocktails!

 

PEACE & LOVE

Maureen

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Pom-cider martini

This crisp and slightly tart cocktail combines apple cider, pomegranate, and vodka for a delightful sip after a long day.
Prep Time3 mins
Cook Time0 mins
Total Time3 mins
Course: cocktails, Drinks
Keyword: apple cider cocktail, fall cocktails, pomegranate apple cider cocktail, pomegranate cocktail, vodka cocktail
Servings: 2
Calories:
Author: Maureen Celestine

Ingredients

  • Ice cubes
  • 1 .oz Pomegranate juice (100%) or substitute with real pomegranate syrup
  • 2 .oz Vodka (good quality)
  • 4 .oz Apple cider (unsweetened)
  • 1 teaspoon Angostura orange bitters
  • 0.5 .oz Agave syrup honey or simple syrup works fine
  • Elderflower tonic water to top off (not more than 2.oz)
  • apple slices to garnish

Instructions

  • Add the ice cubes into a shaker.
    Next, add the pomegranate juice, vodka, apple cider, Angostura orange bitters, and agave syrup. Shake vigorously to incorporate. Gently strain the mixture into a serving glass.
     
  • Top with tonic water, garnish and serve.
    **You can garnish with apple slices, pomegranate wedges, or herbs. It’s up to you. 
     
    Sip responsibly!
 

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