Sealed With A Kiss Champagne Punch

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Sealed With A Kiss Champagne Punch

  • Author: dellcove

Description

There is something so perfectly sweet about serving a champagne punch to guests at a party, whether it’s a big bridal bash or a romantic Valentine’s Day fete.

The bonus:

Champagne punches are so easy to make. For this recipe, you can easily control the color and the intensity of the pomegranate flavor by how much you add. If you want the punch to be more pink, than red, use half the amount of juice.

We love this recipe, because it makes a light and refreshing drink that is ideal for celebratory parties, such as baby showers, wedding and bridal showers and anniversaries.

Want to learn how to rim a glass with cocktail sugar for your Valentine’s Day drinks, bridal party cocktail hour or any drink glass? Check out our easy to follow recipe tutorial. But be sure to use a thicker, stickier syrup to moisten the glass edge, such as a corn syrup. Why? It will help make sure the candy hearts stick to the glass rim. Want to make this a mocktail? Use soda water or a lemon-lime soda instead of wine.


Ingredients

  • One 750-ml bottle of Champagne (we prefer Prosecco for this)
  • 12 Oz Ginger Ale
  • 8 Oz Pomegranate Juice
  • 1/8 to 1/4 tsp per glass Dell Cove Spices & More’s Smooch cocktail rim sugar
  • Simple Syrup or Corn Syrup for moistening the glass rim

Instructions

Directions:

Moisten chilled glasses with simple syrup or corn syrup, then dip into cocktail rim sugar. Shake off excess and set aside. In a large pitcher, combine champagne, ginger ale, and pomegranate juice. (All liquids should be chilled before combining.) Stir and taste. If you’d like the drink sweeter, add a splash of simple syrup. If it’s good to go, serve and enjoy!


Notes

There is something so perfectly sweet about serving a champagne punch to guests at a party, whether it’s a big bridal bash or a romantic Valentine’s Day fete. The bonus: Champagne punches are so easy to make. For this recipe, you can easily control the color and the intensity of the pomegranate flavor by how much you add. If you want the punch to be more pink, than red, use half the amount of juice.

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