Pomegranate Gin Fizz

November 24, 2021

Sometimes, getting together with the family for the holidays truly necessitates a flask full of something strong, but there's no reason it can't taste good too! Whether you need something to dull the holiday nonsense, or just really want a classy drink to bring and impress everyone, we're mixing up some delicious drinks to compliment our turkey dinners.  If you're looking for a great cocktail to pair with your meal, these Pomegranate Gin Fizzes are a surefire hit. 

Mix your drinks in our Highball Shaker and if you're not playing host, take them to share in our Firelight 750 or 375. Right now, you can save big on a combo of items for your own home bar or for gifts with our massive HOLIDAY SALE.

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