Gin & Pomegranate

I found the gin overpowers the pomegranate so much that they got lost.  By turning it into a champagne cocktail (ie in a flute and topped with champers), it was more fun and flavoursome.

Buy a good quality bottle of gin – you normally get what you pay for. Pop it in the freezer for an hour, along with a shot glass for each of your guests.

Peel some pomegranates and remove the beautiful deep purple-red capsules from inside. At the end of the meal, simply fill your shot glass with pomegranate seeds, pour in your iced gin and shoot the cocktail back.

Jamie Oliver.

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