If you know me, you know my all time favorite cocktail is a Pomegranate Martini. I’m traditionally not a big Halloween girly, but now that I have an almost 3 year old (where did the time go!?), I’m really leaning into my Halloween era. That said, this blood-red cocktail is the perfect showstopper for a Halloween party or moody October night! This super simple cocktail is a mix of pomegranate juice, orange vodka, PAMA liqueur, and triple sec.
We created this cocktail and I immediately sent it to all of my friends. Getting to create fun and inspiring things like this are truly what gets me going and makes this job a passion project for me! I guess we can add “pyro special effects” to my resume now, ha! I feel so blessed to get to be able to do fun things like this for work, let me know if we should keep the Halloween content coming!
Anyway, just wanted to share my excitement with you guys – moving onto the recipe below!
I snagged the pretty coupe glass from Anthropologie here. They come in a few colors, and now I want them all. I also found the Blackberry sugar rim on Amazon and I cannot get over how good it is! It tastes delicious, and the smell of it is divine – if you’re looking for flavored or colored sugar options – this is a great place to check. They have lots of variety, they’re reasonably priced, and the products are all natural.
After rimming the glass, I shook the PAMA, the orange vodka, triple sec, and pomegranate juice in my shaker and then poured it out into the coupe glasses. This cocktail takes maybe 5 minutes to make, and less than a minute to consume – I promise. That said, please drink responsibly ha.
If you’re making this cocktail, I’d love to hear your thoughts! Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram so I can share your creations.
-2 oz of Pama liqueur
-1 oz of of orange vodka (I used Ketel One Oranje)
-2 oz of pomegranate juice
-1/2 oz triple sec
-squeeze of lemon
Rim your glass with sugar. Add all ingredients to your shaker with ice. Make sure the cover is on tight and shake it up! For a fun Halloween idea, you can also fill drink syringes with this and serve the syringe inside the coupe glass so people can “pour their own” drinks.