How to make Grenadine Juice at home

Making cocktails at home can be frustrating when you look at the long list of things that are not in your hands and are not in the mood to shop. Who wants to spend money on a bottle that you can use at the same time?

How to make Grenadine Juice at home

But the truth is that many mango cocktail syrups are easy to make fresh, and it is fun to learn that you can have them at home anytime.

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Take grenadine. If you look at the ingredient list of mass-market versions that are commonly sold online and in stores, you may be wondering: Why do I need syrup with artificial flavors and food colors? Honest answer, not you!

Grenadine is a syrup made with pomegranate, sugar and complex additives, or both. If you want to make your own pomegranate juice, however, it mixes quickly with very little fuss in the kitchen. Give it a try - I hope you like it!

What is grenadine?

Grenade made from pomegranate juice is a syrup. It is a non-alcoholic syrup often used in cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages. You can add one ounce of ***** to this recipe, which will give a long life to your cocktail syrup.

This homemade grenadine is a simple blend of fresh pomegranate juice, sugar, pomegranate juice and orange juice with flowers. The orange water lily flower, as the name suggests, does not add an orange flavor to the syrup, but rather a floral note that enhances the pomegranate notes.

 How to use grenadine?

Grenadine is a specialty of two popular drinks.

Shirley Temple, the world's baby drink - served me on every show from weddings to family reunions when I was growing up - and tequila sunrise, a glass of tequila lace orange that penetrates the color of its name that disappears from the grenade has gone. Juice.

However, if you want to expand your app, try Storm, Pink Lady, Jack Rose or Ward 8 Cocktail.

History of grenadine

Grenadines have been circling the cocktail companies since the late 1800s, but when you think about it, this granite syrup is mostly associated with a bottle of rosin grenadine which is owned by Dry Mats Inc. of Canada.

The key difference in the modern business version is that it contains no real fruit juice, only spices and additives. When you get a red technicolor pop, you lose the sweet - **** flavor that grenadine gives you with real pomegranate juice.

 A pomegranate or not in juice

Pomegranate was spotted or recalled at my local grocery store last year - in many cases, I have had bad results, one after the other, because I brought it home and continued to juice it.

When the pomegranate is good, you will get a better taste of the pomegranate, but when it is not, you begin to wonder if it is worth the effort. I fully understand if you risk a bad grenade explosion. Cost! work! Red spots on the fingers!

You can only get a high quality pomegranate juice. I recommend Knutson or Pom Wonderful, both of which are 100 percent pomegranate juice.

You will notice the biggest difference when comparing with the juice of freshly squeezed pomegranate and a bottle of grenadine. The juice of the bottle will be deep in color and will be freshly cleaned.
How to store, where to store, how long to keep grenadine at home

Grenadine should be stored in a non-container or swing top bottle in the refrigerator. It works well for a month without suppressing cold and adding *****. ***** You can extend your shelf life by about 3 months by alternating your grenadine, but I keep it cool.

 Variations, transfers or options

Flowers and orange juice with pomegranate honey are listed as the main ingredients of this recipe, but they prove to be harder to find.

The resulting grenadine may not be the same pop, and may be of a finer quality softer, but sweeter - **** can give your drink a pomegranate flavor.

Essential things

    2 cups of pomegranate juice from 2-3 large pomegranates
    1 cup granulated sugar
    1/2 teaspoon orange water
    1 tbsp pomegranate
    1 ounce *****, if desired


    Boil pomegranate juice and sugar:

    In a small frying pan, add pomegranate juice and sugar and whisk until dissolved. Bring the mixture to a boil over medium-high heat, then reduce heat to medium-low, so you have an intense boil. The liquid should have several small bubbles around the edges, but not large bubbles.

    Boil pomegranate juice to reduce:

    Continue to boil until the mixture reduces to one third, there should be 1 2/3 cups of liquid. It can take anywhere between 20 and 30 minutes, and the liquid must be uniform and thick for honey.

    Allow the grenadine to cool to room temperature:

    After reducing the mixture, remove from heat and bring to room temperature. Stir in orange flower and pomegranate seeds. If used, increase ***** as well.

    Save the Grenadines:

    Pour grenadine into an airtight container or swing-top bottle. Store in refrigerator for 1 to 3 months.

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