Pomegranate rosemary spritzer

Pomegranate rosemary spritzer

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Prep: 5 mins

Easy

Makes 4

This deep pink Prosecco cocktail with savoury herbal notes is a really simple way to add sparkle to your dinner party drinks

Nutrition and extra info

  • Gluten-free

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal79
  • fat0g
  • saturates0g
  • carbs11g
  • sugars10g
  • fibre0g
  • protein0g
  • salt0g
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Ingredients

  • 200ml pomegranate juice
  • sprig of rosemary
    Rosemary

    Rosemary

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    Rosemary's intense, fragrant aroma has traditionally been paired with lamb, chicken and game…

  • Prosecco
    Prosecco

    Prosecco

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    Bubbling Prosecco is now one of the UK’s most popular alcoholic drinks. Not all varieties…

To garnish

  • 4 rosemary sprigs (optional)
    Rosemary

    Rosemary

    rose-mar-ee

    Rosemary's intense, fragrant aroma has traditionally been paired with lamb, chicken and game…

Method

  1. Put the pomegranate juice in a small saucepan with a sprig of rosemary. Bring to the boil and reduce for a few mins until syrupy. Leave to cool, then chill until ready to use.

  2. Fill four Champagne flutes with 1 part pomegranate syrup and top up with 3 parts Prosecco. Garnish each glass with a rosemary sprig, if you like.

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