From The Bourbon Bartender: 50 Cocktails to Celebrate the American Spirit (Sterling Epicure, 2017), by Alla Lapushchik & Jane Danger.
This update of a classic cocktail created in 1925 at the Carlton Hotel in London tastes like a million bucks, and it gets its deep blush from grenadine (pomegranate syrup). If you seek a nonalcoholic tipple, mix the grenadine with spicy ginger beer for a high-end take on the classic Shirley Temple.
Last Updated: May 22, 2023
In cocktail shaker, shake all ingredients until frothy. Add ice, and shake again. Strain into chilled coupe glass.
Ingredients for Dry Grenadine
Over medium heat, cook ingredients for 10 minutes. Strain out peel. Refrigerated, it will keep up to 3 weeks.