Recipe For Pomegranate And Gingerade

My first thought was to make a ginger infused limeade, but limes are so expensive here. So I went with my new favourite juice and made a pomegranate and gingerade. This is a refreshing summer drink which can be used as a mixer for gin for something different.

Pomegranate And Gingerade
Pomegranate And Gingerade
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The other day when I was driving home from gym I saw an elderly gentleman get out of his car. It was obvious he had run out of petrol. And his wife looked none to pleased about this. The closest garage was 1.2km away and his walk would have been downhill to get there and taken him about 15 minutes. Even though I never pick up hitchhikers I stopped to give him a lift. I needed petrol as well, and even if I didn’t, he looked like the ride would be most welcome. He was so grateful when he got into the car. He told me the petrol gauge in his car must be faulty. And he confirmed my suspicion that his wife was not happy about being left on the side of the road. He told me they had been at the hospital and had to go back.

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On the Sunday his brother had been admitted as he was not feeling well. They had been there that day (a Monday) to visit with him and just after they left he died. He had a massive stroke and now they had to return to identify the body. I left him to get petrol with the words that it was better to not have to watch his brother suffer. Hopefully he took some comfort in my words as waiting for someone to die is awful. I wish I could have offered more than just words though. Maybe a cold drink such as my pomegranate gingerade would have been alright? He was done getting a container of petrol before my car had been attended to. I can only hope someone gave him a lift back up the hill, and that his wife was pleased to see him.

Pomegranate And Gingerade

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Pomegranate And Gingerade

Make this syrup for a refreshing summer drink
All Rights Reserved: an original recipe from Lavender and Lime

Ingredients

  • 200 g fructose
  • 300 mls pomegranate juice
  • 20 g ginger thinly sliced, plus extra for garnishing

Instructions

  • Place the fructose, juice and ginger into a sauce pan
  • Bring to a boil over a medium to high temperature, stirring until the fructose has dissolved
  • Reduce the temperature and simmer for about an hour, until thickened
  • Remove from the heat and set aside to cool
  • Strain the syrup and pour into a sterilized glass jar

to use

  • For every 100mls of soda water use 10mls of syrup
  • Garnish with ginger if you would like

 

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32 thoughts on “Recipe For Pomegranate And Gingerade

  1. 5 stars
    That was really a nice thing you did Tandy, it seems like his wife was a little tough on him but maybe that is part of their grieving process. Your drink looks very refreshing.

  2. 5 stars
    You did a very good deed today and made a very refreshing beverage. You are on a roll. I also have a fresh pomegranate sitting on my counter, so will be making this soon.

  3. Yum! I love ginger everything and this sounds so perfectly refreshing! How nice of you to help that man out; I hope he made it back, too!

  4. This sounds very refreshing – especially with the ginger. I love ginger in just about anything.
    We never know what life has around the corner for us, do we? I do hope this man got a lift back to his car.

  5. 5 stars
    Oh this is right up my alley Tandy! I’m a gin hag from way back and this would be a fantastic combo 🙂

  6. You were clearly a God’s send for that poor man Tandy. Well done for helping them out. With regard to the recipe, would I use the same amount of sugar if I made this concentrate or a different ratio? xx

  7. What a combo – the sweetness of the pomegranate combined with the ginger would taste really good. Nice idea as a base for a cordial or mixer.

  8. Glad you were there to give a helping hand to the man in need. This lovely drink would have indeed come in handy. I enjoy the tart taste of pomegranates and this combination sounds like a winner!!

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