Pomegranate Manhattan. Listening To Marchildon!.

Pomegranate Manhattan
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‘Tis the season.

These festive and elegant Pomegranate Manhattans are a perfect change up to your cocktail party menu. Tart pomegranate is tempered by an earthy rosemary syrup. The flavors marry excellently with the bourbon.

Pomegranate Manhattan
Pomegranate Manhattan

Ingredients:

Rosemary Simple Syrup (recipe follows)
4 oz unsweetened pomegranate juice
4 oz bourbon
Ice
2 sprigs rosemary

Directions:

1. Fill a martini shaker with ice. Pour in the pomegranate juice, 3-4 teaspoons rosemary simple syrup and the bourbon.

2. Shake well then divide mixture between 2 cocktail glasses. Garnish each cocktail with a rosemary sprig.

Makes 2 drinks

Rosemary Simple Syrup

Ingredients:

1/3 cup sugar
1/3 cup water
2 sprigs rosemary

Directions:

1. Heat sugar, water, and rosemary in a small pan over medium high heat until sugar has dissolved.

2. Remove pan from the stove and let rosemary steep in the warm simple syrup for at least 15 minutes or up to 1 hour.

Recipes from Shutterbean
Pomegranate Manhattan

If you enjoy a few of the Manhattans you may need a Hangover Helper. This one from Marchildon! will be just the ticket.

The entire ‘Night Screamer’ album, the second from Marchildon!, is solid. It’s a collection of somewhat quirky tunes that run the gamut from folksy to cool pop rock. The lyrics are ace.

And then there is this video in which Hot Dog Dude definitely wishes he could have a drink.

Check out Marchildon! on Facebook. You can buy the music on Bandcamp.

Cheers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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