Sunday, December 25, 2011

Prosecco with Pomegranate Jewels

Add a touch of seasonal bling to your champagne flutes the next time you pop open some bubbly. The pomegranate seeds will float, sink, and generally bobble about but they won't alter the flavor of your drink since the seeds are sealed. I do think, however, that pomegranate compliments Prosecco very well, but that's just me. To read my pomegranate cleaning tips, click here.

Prosecco with Pomegranate Jewels

Prosecco (or any sparkling wine you'd like)
1 Pomegranate, seeds separated

- Drop 10-15 pomegranate seeds in the bottom of each champagne flute and fill with Prosecco.

* Update *
- I made another batch of jeweled Prosecco and was quite surprised to see none of the pomegranate seeds floating... none. It was a new type of Prosecco, but I was using the same seeds, albeit they were a few days older. I had fresh pomegranate seeds around as well, which all tumbled about and floated to the top of the glass... So, depending on the freshness of your pomegranate seeds their buoyancy will totally vary, but will still look great.

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