Pom Collins Punch
The perfect party punch has arrived! The Pom Collins Punch mixes together a bunch of fun, festive, and fresh ingredients to create a delicious batch cocktail that you and your friends will absolutely LOVE this holiday season.
I partnered with Empress 1908 Gin to mix up the Pom Collins Punch recipe! Recipe and ideas are my own.Jump to Recipe
With the holidays in full swing, your calendar may be filling up quickly with parties and events, and if you need an idea of what to bring to the celebration, I’ve got you covered! The Pom Collins Punch is the perfect holiday batch cocktail which incorporates premium ingredients like Empress 1908 Gin, a fusion of juices, fresh fruits, and other fun flavors too! Keep reading to find out exactly what I used.
Whatever your liquor preference is, gin is a great spirit to utilize in your holiday cocktails. It’s light, bright, and typically mixes well with a plethora of ingredients.
For the Pom Collins Punch recipe, I wanted to utilize one of my favorite premium gins – Empress 1908 Gin which is a citrus-forward blend with a botanical finish. It’s a great batch cocktail that balances the seasonal ingredients with a delicious gin.
Empress 1908 Gin is a hand-crafted spirit from British Columbia, Canada. It’s micro-distilled in small batch copper-pot stills and includes botanicals like juniper, coriander seed, grapefruit peel, cinnamon bark, butterfly pea blossoms, and the Fairmont Empress Blend Tea. Empress 1908 Gin is a botanical-forward spirit with a purple hue that changes colors when you mix it with ingredients like citrus!
Enjoy this all-natural and gluten-free gin in the Pom Collins Punch this season! Click here to purchase Empress 1908 Gin. Cheers!
This batch cocktail could not be any easier to make for your holiday parties. Start by adding all of the cocktail ingredients into a pitcher (including the fruit) with ice, and stir. Next, stir the ingredients together well and divide the punch into glasses. Lastly, if desired, garnish each glass with a citrus leaf and sprig of rosemary, enjoy!
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