Make This Delicious Winter Sea Breeze Holiday Cocktail!

by Jillian Leslie on

This winter sea breeze holiday cocktail recipe is hands-down my favorite holiday cocktail to serve.

It's bright, bubbly, tangy, and crisp, plus the pomegranate seeds and spring of mint give it a festive Christmas feel. If you're looking for a signature holiday cocktail, I recommend you try this!

Make This Delicious Winter Sea Breeze Holiday Cocktail

Ingredients (Yields 1 serving) : Directions:

Step 1:

Fill your glass about 3/4 full with ice. A lowball glass is the perfect size.

Step 2:

Add the vodka, grapefruit juice, tonic syrup* and stir.

Winter Sea Breeze Holiday Cocktail Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Step 3:

Pour in the soda water and garnish with the pomegranate seeds and mint leaves.

Winter Sea Breeze Holiday Cocktail Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

*Tonic is one of my favorite cocktail mixers, and I love that there are now artisanal tonic syrups.

I recommend using a syrup because it's not too sweet and has a little more complexity of flavor.

If you don't have tonic syrup, you can always substitute 1/4 cup regular tonic for the soda water and syrup. I might add a little extra grapefruit juice just to balance it out.

 

Cheers to a effervescent holiday!!

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Winter Sea Breeze Holiday Cocktail Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Winter Sea Breeze Holiday Cocktail Recipe | CatchMyParty.comWinter Sea Breeze Holiday Cocktail Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

Winter Sea Breeze Holiday Cocktail Recipe | CatchMyParty.com

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    Rosie S wrote:

    Hi! I am excited about making this drink for a party tonight. Can you please clarify the amount of tonic syrup used? The recipe calls for half an ounce but it also says 2 tablespoons (which is a full ounce). Thanks so much!!

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    Wendy B wrote:

    Yes, is it 2 Tablespoons or or half an ounce of the tonic syrup? Also can you make this up a pitcher at a time?

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    Tonya A wrote:

    Jack Rudy tonic syrup is awesome. And for anyone else wondering, I'd use 1/2 and ounce of the syrup. Should be 1 TB.