The bubbles in the sparkling wine make the pomegranate seeds rise and fall on the glass, giving this drink the appearance of a retro lava lamp. A flute with a follow stem shows off the effect best.
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- 1 ounce Pama pomegranate liqueur or 3 tablespoons pomegranate juice
- 5 ounces brut sparkling wine
- 3 pomegranate seeds
How to make it
Add the pomegranate liqueur or pomegranate juice to a champagne flute. Fill the glass with sparkling wine. Drop in the pomegranate seeds.
Makes 1 cocktail.
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