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Holiday Cocktail Recipes from Lisa Dupar Catering

December 29, 2011 | Christy

Chef and caterer extraordinaire, Lisa Dupar of Dupar & Co., is known far and wide for her incredibly delectable foods, so I’m excited to share a few holiday cocktail recipes today from Lisa and her Pomegranate Bistro restaurant manager Seth Hammond. These are perfect for New Year’s Eve, as winter wedding signature cocktails, or to extend that celebratory holiday feeling just a little farther into January!

Lisa shares one of her favorite holiday cocktails, the Pama Royale, from her cookbook, Fried Chicken & Champagne.

Pama Royale
5 ounces Crémant, Champagne, or other sparkling wine
1 ounce Pama Pomegranate Liqueur
Splash of simple syrup

Garnish:
3 pomegranate seeds
orange twist

Fill a Champagne flute with Crémant, Pama Liqueur, and simple syrup. Garnish with pomegranate seeds and orange twist.

Seth Hammond, the restaurant manager at Pomegranate Bistro shares some decadent hot wintery drinks for you to try at home!

Spiked NW Cider
1/2 oz orange curacao
1.5oz Captain Morgans Rum
Hot apple cider
Cinnamon stick for garnish
(10-12 oz. Mug)

Snuggler
1oz Godiva
1oz Rumpleminze
Hot chocolate
(10-12 oz. Mug, whipped cream)

Caribbean Mocha
2 oz Meyers rum
½ oz chocolate sauce
½ oz caramel sauce
HOT coffee
(Large 10-12 oz mug, top with whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles)

These recipes and video are from the Dupar & Co. blog – check it out for many more tasty food and cocktail recipes from Lisa and her talented team!

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  1. Looks very delicious!

  2. I didn’t know that tip about twisting the champagne bottle. Thanks! I’ll use that tomorrow night.

  3. cheers! i do like Pomegranate but i’ve never tried Pomegranate Liqueur, i’ll have to pick some up

  4. Boy, that drink looks and sounds good! I’m on board with just about anything with pomegranate in it, so it kind of figures.

    Thanks for sharing your recipe. I’m hosting a holiday party in the next few weeks and I think I’ll introduce it to my guests as my party signature cocktail.

    Merry Christmas and thanks again!

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