Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail

December 5, 2019Sew White

Enjoy a glass or two of my Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail. It’s a warming and fiery blend of cranberries, ginger beer and cranberry liqueur.

I absolutely love this drink. It’s so refreshing, warming and fruity but also has that delicious alcoholic buzz which is perfect for Christmas parties. It’s such a quick drink to make which doesn’t require shaking so just pour it into a glass and go. I like to add fresh cranberries and a slice of lime when I make it to make it a little extra festive. You can also make this in to a large punch bowl by sizing the recipe up.

The mix of cranberry and ginger is a really wonderful flavour combination. The squeeze of fresh lime really makes the ginger and cranberry taste pop. If you wanted to make an alcohol free version you could just make a similar drink with cranberry juice and ginger beer and a squeeze of lime.

fresh cranberries in the bottom of a glass with cranberry liqueur

Making a Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail

For this recipe I used Cranes Cranberry Liqueur. It is a delicious tipple perfect for cocktails. I’ve used in a few cocktails so far but it is also perfect for adding to champagne for a little flavour and colour. Especially in time for Christmas. Find out more about Cranes.

The Liqueur is hand crafted from the highest quality cranberries sourced from Wisconsin USA. It is then infused with natural blood orange juices and orange rind. Making it a wonderful Christmas flavour drink which you will be using all year for it’s fruitiness and freshness. It also works so well added to a gin and tonic.

I included Cranes in my my top 5 drinks Christmas Gift Guide.

Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail made with Cranes cranberry liqueur decorated with fresh cranberries and a slice of lime. Christmas cocktail
Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail perfect Christmas cocktail

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5 from 1 vote

Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail

Enjoy a glass or two of my Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail. It's a warming and fiery blend of cranberries, ginger beer and cranberry liqueur.
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Cocktails, Drinks
Cuisine: American, British, English, International
Keyword: Christmas cranberry cocktails, Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail
Servings: 1 drink
Calories: 100kcal
Author: Sisley White

Ingredients

  • 25 ml cranberry juice
  • 25 ml Cranes Cranberry Liqueur
  • 25 ml vodka I used Red Berry Ciroc but plain vodka works too
  • quarter of a lime freshly squeezed
  • ginger beer
  • Fresh cranberries for decorations (don't eat)

Instructions

  • In a glass add in the cranberry juice, cranberry liqueur and vodka. (If you don't have cranberry liqueur add half again of the cranberry juice and vodka).
  • Squeeze in the juice form quarter of a lime.
  • Top up with ginger beer, sprinkle in a few cranberries for decoration and serve.

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1 Comments

  • Tom

    January 3, 2020 at 2:40 pm

    I loved this over Christmas. Easy to make and easy to drink. Delicious.5 stars

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