Pomegranate Gin Fizz

Pomegranate Gin Fizz

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Adjust Servings:
1 cup Ice Cubes
4 ounces Gin
1 ounce Simple Syrup
4 ounces Pomegranate Juice
8 ounces Champagne
2 Tablespoons Pomegranate Arils
2 Orange Slices

Pomegranate Gin Fizz

  • 5 Minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy


  • Optional



Fruity, boozy and effervescent pomegranate gin fizz that is easy to make and only requires 4 ingredients.

I had Valentine’s Day in mind when creating this cocktail but it’s honestly good for any occasion, any time!

This no-fuss yet pretty looking cocktail meets all of my beverage requirements.

It has a fruity aspect, has a good amount of booze, is not too sweet and is fizzy.

If you make this drink during the summer months you can also serve it over ice!

Even though I am using all of my fancy cocktail equipment to make this cocktail, you don’t need it.

You can somewhat eye-ball the ingredients, just make sure the ratios are as close to what I have listed.

Instead of pomegranate juice, you can also make this gin fizz with any fruit juice you have on hand.

Citrus fruit like grapefruit or tropical fruits like passionfruit also work really well for this recipe.

To keep it fancy and since it contains champagne, I am serving this pomegranate gin fizz cocktail in a stem glass.

You can use any kind of gin, I really like Nolet, The Botanist and St. George.

If you do not have champagne, you can also use prosecco.



Get a Cocktail Mixing Glass

Fill the cocktail mixing glass with ice cubes then add the gin, simple syrup, and pomegranate juice.

Using a bar spoon and gently stir the mixture.

Stirring rather than shaking the cocktail ingredients, allow the mixture to be chilled and mix properly without diluting it too much.

This technique softens the alcohol's flavor, making it more palatable and enjoyable for the drinker, and creates a uniform flavor in the drink.


Strain Into Glasses

Place a cocktail strainer, strain the mixture into your glasses then top off with champagne or prosecco.

Lastly, add some pomegranate arils and a slice of orange.

This not only adds more visual interest but also make the cocktail fun to drink.


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