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Pomegranate and Green tea Martini

This vegan and gluten-free  pomegranate and green tea martini is a fresh, fruity, non alcoholic and totally scrumptious drink. Most people make pomegranate martini with vodka, but this one is made using green tea.

Few days ago I have shared the recipe of Pomegranate peel tea that turned out amazing, as I wanted to use leftover pomegranate peels to make something unique.

Foe more leftover makeover recipes, do check out the following on the blog –

Leftover chapati cutlets

Leftover whipped cream & bread malai kulfi,

Leftover chapati chocolate mithai,

Leftover bread pudding,

Leftover onion peel tea,

Leftover chapati churma ladoo and Leftover watermelon rind halwa.

 

So next time when you want something a little more than water, try this delicious non alcoholic fruity drink for a change.

 

Pomegranate and green tea Martini

Make up a batch of brewed green tea and pomegranate juice in advance, store it in the fridge, and this is quite possibly, one of the quickest and easiest mocktails to make.

In the last, I would request you to check my other Drinks recipes.

 

How to make fruity martini recipe with step by step instructions and pictorial presentation

To coat the rim of glasses

 

Dip the rim of both glasses first in lemon juice and then in red chili powder and chat masala

To make Martini

Make green tea by  brewing 1/2 tsp leaves in hot water. Or you can make it by dipping green tea bag in hot water.

 

For pomegranate juice, pulse the pomegranate arils in the mixer with few spoons of water. Strain and keep aside in the fridge.

 

In a mortar pestle pound pomegranate arils, along with ginger juliennes, and lemon juice.

 

In a bowl add pomegranate juice, sugar/maple syrup and green tea. Mix and add ice cubes

Now add pounded mixture of pomegranate arils to green tea mix. Place this in fridge to chill.

Pomegranate and Green tea Martini

 

 

Garnish with mint leaves and serve chilled.

 

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Pomegranate and Green tea Martini | Non alcoholic Martini

This pomegranate and green tea martini is a fresh, fruity, non alcoholic and totally scrumptious drink. Most people make pomegranate martini with vodka, but this one is made using green tea.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: International
Keyword: Non alcoholic martini, Pomegranate and green tea martini
Servings: 2
Author: Lata Lala

Ingredients

To coat the rim of glasses

  • Lemon juice
  • Red chili powder
  • Chat masala

To make martini

  • Green Tea 1 cup
  • Pomegranate juice 1 cup
  • Juice of 1/2 Lemon
  • Ginger juliennes 2
  • Sugar/maple syrup 1 tsp more or less
  • Pomegranate arils 3 spoons
  • Ice cubes few
  • Mint leaves few to garnish

Instructions

To coat the rim of glasses

  • Dip the rim of both glasses first in lemon juice and then in red chili powder and chat masala

To make martini

  • Make green tea by brewing 1/2 tsp leaves in hot water. Or you can make it by dipping green tea bag in hot water.
  • For pomegranate juice, pulse the pomegranate arils in the mixer with few spoons of water. Strain and keep aside in the fridge.
  • In a mortar pestle pound pomegranate arils, along with ginger julinnes, and lemon juice.
  • In a bowl add pomegranate juice, sugar/maple syrup and green tea. Mix and add ice cubes
  • Now add pounded mixture of pomegranate arils to green tea mix. Place this in fridge to chill.
  • Garnish with mint leaves and serve chilled.

 

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This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Mayuri Patel

    5 stars
    Definitely and interesting cocktail Lata, can imagine the flavours of the chilli powder and chaat masala mixing with the pomegranate and green tea with every sip. I would actually love to add some gin and vermouth to it.

  2. 5 stars
    This will not be less than a magic in mouth, right from the first sip. Looking so refreshing and such an easy recipe. And the use of green tea is definitely a show stopper.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you so much Shailender. Indeed the green tea is the hero ingredient in this recipe.

  3. Sandhya Ramakrishnan

    5 stars
    This is a great recipe to make for parties and love the virgin version. I can almost tasted the spices and coating the glass rim is such a personal touch.

  4. Pavani

    5 stars
    That is such interesting martini with green tea – looks so inviting and refreshing. Love that spicy chaat – chili glass rim – very innovative indeed.

  5. Poonam Bachhav

    5 stars
    Such a refreshing and delightful drink this pomegranate and green tea Martini is ! Love the gorgeous color and the lip smacking coating on the glass rim.

  6. Priya Srinivasan

    5 stars
    Pomegranate & green tea martini looks very inviting! love the fresh flavors, that stoneground arils with lemon and ginger must be adding a great flavor and texture! Pretty party drink!!!

  7. Sriram

    5 stars
    This is an amazing recipe here for entertaining. That welcome perfect drink looks phenomenal. I love the fact that it is non-alcoholic.

  8. Archana

    5 stars
    Delicious and definitely interesting! Love the idea of mixing green tea with pomegranate juice and ginger! It is definitely a must make martini, non-alcoholic of course.

  9. Such a cool and stylish refreshing drink you can serve at the garden party, and non-alcoholic ones are always winners as everyone can enjoy them.

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