Signature Collection «Black Mocktail» Recipe
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Signature Collection «Black Mocktail»

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This Black Mocktail looks fancy and it tastes oh so good!⁠

Signature Collection «Black Mocktail» Recipe
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Have you ever tried a black drink? There is something about a glass filled with a dark black liquid that is both spoky but also intriguing. What does a black drink taste like? And what would go into a black drink? We have all the answers for you!

“glass filled with a dark black liquid that is both spoky but also intriguing”

Signature Collection «Black Mocktail» Recipe
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Our black mocktail is truly amazing. It is made with deep red pomegranate juice and fresh black cherries. The fruit is blended together to make a very dark red juice. Then, we add a touch of agave syrup to sweeten the mix and a few drops of black gel food coloring to make it an even darker color. The result is a delicious, pomegranate cherry mocktail that will have you wanting more than one glass.

We use gel food coloring to get that dark black color. Gel food coloring is thicker than liquid food coloring and will give you a richer color without having to add too much food coloring to the mix. If you are adverse to food coloring, you can skip it completely. While the mocktail won’t be quite as dark, it will still have a deep red hue that is just as appealing as a black mocktail.

We love to make this drink on Halloween as a spooky centerpiece to our buffet table. It is also great to serve at a cocktail party and is sure to make an impact on your guests. Not only will everyone want to give it a try, but they will be wowed by the delicious taste! Enjoy.

Signature Collection «Black Mocktail»

5 from 1 vote
Recipe by Mocktail.net
Servings

2

servings
Prep time

10

minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 cups pomegranate juice

  • 20 pitted black cherries

  • 2 Tbsp agave syrup

  • 5 drops black gel food coloring

  • Lime seltzer

  • ice

Directions

  • Add the pomegranate juice, cherries, agave and food coloring to a blender.
  • Puree until very smooth.
  • Strain the juice into a large pitcher, discard any pulp.
  • Pour the juice into glasses filled with ice and top with the seltzer.

Tips and Tricks

  • • Any citrus flavored seltzer or club soda will taste great
    • If using regular liquid food coloring rather than gel food coloring, you will need about 10 drops of color to get a nice, dark black.
  • Tools:
    • Measuring Cup
    • Tablespoon
    • Blender
    • Strainer
    • pitcher

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