Pomegranate Orange Prosecco Cocktail

PARTNER POST: Get ready to serve a holiday crowd with cocktail recipes easily topped with sparkling Lunetta Prosecco.
Tart, citrus-y and effervescent, this pomegranate orange Prosecco cocktail is the perfect holiday sipper for all your gatherings.

Pomegranate Orange Prosecco Cocktail

I have a festively fun cocktail to put a little holiday cheer in your step (and mine)!

Because, Tis the season to be jolly… and that is a heck of a lot easier to do with a cocktail in hand.

Pomegranate Orange Prosecco Cocktail

In my humble opinion the holidays just aren’t THE HOLIDAYS without some serious sparkle. Tinsel covered trees, twinkly lights, decorative sugar covered desserts, glittery mistletoe, and metallic sequined party dresses… you get the picture.

But the sparkle should NOT stop there.

I mean, holidays = ALL the sparkle humanly possible.

Basically, it should look like Tinker Bell and her pixie dust threw your party and brought it back to the dazzling disco ball era. Think studio 54, glitz and glamour.

So, obviously your holiday cocktails also NEED to shine!! I’ve paired up with Lunetta Prosecco to bring you a cocktail that is light, fun, elegant and worthy of ALL your holiday celebrations.

But, before we get to the cocktail, let me give you a little 4-1-1 on Lunetta Prosecco. Lunetta is part of the Cavit Collection and their Prosecco makes the absolute BEST champagne alternative. With aromas of apple and peach, their sparkling wine is perfect for pouring and sipping.

But, since this IS the holidays, we are going to take that Lunetta Prosecco and jazz things up a bit…


Pomegranate Orange Prosecco Cocktail

This cocktail is what I will be cheering with all holiday season… and probably well into the New Year.

This libation is tart from the pomegranate, citrusy from the blood orange liqueur and the Lunetta Prosecco adds a refreshing, effervescent crispness.

This sparkly sipper is garnished with fresh mint, pops of jeweled pomegranate arils and served with a glitzy, glittery sugared rim.

Festive, fizzy and fun, this holiday cocktail is sass in a glass.

Pomegranate Orange Prosecco CocktailTips

Do NOT skip the garnishes. Normally I say garnishes are completely optional, but since this IS the holidays, I firmly believe you should just go all out. The sweet, sugary rim perfectly balances the tartness of the cocktail, while the pomegranate arils add a touch of pizazz and the mint adds a nice freshness (along with some festive green color).

Instead of making this as individual cocktails, you could serve this out of a pitcher or as a party punch. To do so, simply add the liqueur, pomegranate juice, pomegranate arils and a few mint leaves to a pitcher or bowl and place it in the refrigerator. Line the rims of a few glasses with the sugar and set aside. When ready to serve add the prosecco and let your guest help themselves.

Pomegranate Orange Prosecco Cocktail

For another easy holiday cocktail, try this Prosecco Spiced Cocktail. Recipe here.

Pomegranate Orange Prosecco Cocktail
 
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Tart, citrus-y and effervescent, this pomegranate orange Prosecco cocktail is the perfect holiday sipper for all your gatherings.
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Recipe Type: Drinks, Cocktail
Serves: 1 cocktail
Ingredients
  • 1 ½ TBS Blood Orange Liqueur
  • 2 TBS Pomegranate Juice
  • 1 tsp Pomegranate Arils
  • Lunetta Prosecco
  • Mint Sprigs for garnish, optional
  • 1 Lemon Wedge
  • Granulated Sugar
Instructions
  1. Use the lemon wedge to moisten the rim of a champagne flute. Place sugar on a small plate and dip/roll the rim into the sugar.
  2. Add the liqueur, pomegranate juice and arils to the champagne flute. Top with prosecco and garnish with mint.

 

Cheyanne Holzworth

Cheyanne Holzworth

Hi there! My name is Cheyanne. I am an avid foodie, culinary school graduate, recipe developer and newbie blogger. I find peace and joy being in the kitchen and am obsessed with feeding anyone who has an appetite. I am also a lover of food porn. I picked up a camera one day and fell in love with food photography. Then I got a wack-a-me-me idea to start a food blog and the rest is history. No Spoon Necessary is a place where I share my passion for food and photography with all who care to join me. I also rant, ramble on and share my life a little. In a world filled with so many talented food bloggers, I am simply trying to carve my space in www dot com land, take you all with me on the crazy ride and cook 'n eat some delicious food along the way! So, strap on that apron and work some culinary magic with me. Cheers!

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