This is the drink for when you want your champagne but really need those antioxidants.
Does drinking champagne undo the goodness of pureed blackebrries, raspeberries and pomegranates?
I really don’t want to know.
Pull out your high speed blender, throw in a bunch of berries, pomegranate seeds, a teaspoon or more of sugar, 2 mint leaves and give it a whirl. Add to a glass crushed ice, pour in the berry puree and top with those bubbles.
It’s the weekend.
Blackberry Pom Smash
French champagne, chilled
5-7 blackberries, plus a few extra for garnish
1 TBSP pomegranate seeds
mint leaves, and stems for garnish
2 tsp sugar or stevia
Method- Makes 2 cocktails
- In a high power blender, puree blackberries, raspberries, pomegranate seeds, 2 mint leaves and sugar until liquidifed.
- To Burgundy wine glasses add crushed ice, 1/2 the berry puree and top with champagne.
- Garnish with sprigs of mint and a skewer of blackberries
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