Pretty Pear Cocktail

Pretty Pear Cocktail

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Ingredients

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Pear Ginger Clove Simple Syrup
3 whole Cloves
2 large slices Fresh Ginger Root
1 cubed Pear
4 ounces Water
4 ounces Sugar
Pear Puree
4 cubed Pears
4 Tablespoons Water
Cocktail Ratio for 1 Serving
4 Ice Cubes
1 ounce Pear Puree
0.5 ounce Pear Ginger Clove Simple Syrup
0.75 ounce Fresh Lemon Juice
2 ounces Gin

Pretty Pear Cocktail

  • 30 Minutes
  • Serves 4
  • Medium

Ingredients

  • Pear Ginger Clove Simple Syrup

  • Pear Puree

  • Cocktail Ratio for 1 Serving

Directions

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This pretty pear cocktail is the perfect fall and winter drink!

All you need are 5 ingredients and a bit of prep to make a flavor-packed simple syrup and pear puree.

For the pear puree, you just need ripe pear and a splash of water. Blend it up then strain.

The homemade pear, ginger and clove infused simple syrup is a game changer and easy to make.

I personally prefer this cocktail with gin but you can also use vodka! Plain or vanilla infused vodka pairs really well with pear.

After the ingredients are prepped, it’s all added to a cocktail shaker with ice.

It is then poured over a large ice cube in a short glass.

If you prefer it a bit sparkly, add it to a tall glass with sparkling water or tonic!

Like most of my recipes, this one is customizable as well.

If you are hosting a party you can also make a big batch of this in advance.

Keeping the same ratios, add all of the ingredients to a large jug then add batches to your cocktail shaker with ice, shake and pour as you are serving.

Since this is a pretty pear cocktail, I recommend garnishing with thin slices of fresh pear or ginger!

Please leave your review for this cocktail recipe below. For questions or other comments, send me a direct message via Instagram!

 

 

Steps

1
Done

Make the Pear Ginger Clove Simple Syrup

To a small sauce pan, add the whole cloves and ginger slices.

Allow to toast and get fragrant on medium heat for a few minutes.

Next, lower the heat to low and add the cubed pear and stir.

Now add the water and sugar.

Turn off the heat, stir to melt the sugar then cover and remove from the heat.

Allow the flavors to infuse for 20-30 minutes.

Lastly, strain the syrup and allow to cool completely before pouring into a glass jar and seal with an air-tight lid.

This syrup can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

2
Done

Pear Puree

To make the pear puree, add the cubed pear and water to a blende and blend until smooth.

Next, strain the mixture. Use a spoon the get the puree through the fine-mesh strainer.

Pour the puree into a glass jar and seal with an air-tight lid.

This puree can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.

3
Done

Make The Cocktail

Start by adding ice cubes to a cocktail shaker then add the pear puree, syrup, fresh lemon juice, and gin (or vodka).

Shake well until the shaker is cold then pour into your desired cocktail glass over ice and garnish with sliced pear or ginger.

Joni

Hi guys, so glad you are here! My food blog is about easy, colorful and mostly healthy recipes. I grew up in Germany and have been in the states since 2002. Currently, I am living in sunny Miami, FL! Please leave me a comment if you have questions or recipe requests and also follow me on social media via @foodbyjonister. Happy cooking and eating!

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