Meet our Vodka Pomegranate Sour – a fancy treat in a martini glass. It’s a mix of smooth vodka and tangy pomegranate, making it sweet and a bit sour. This drink is topped with frothy egg white for a creamy touch. A hint of bitters adds a special kick, making every sip a delightful experience. With its simple elegance, our Vodka Pomegranate Sour is the perfect choice for a stylish and tasty evening. Cheers to a delightful and easy-to-love cocktail!

If you are reading this around early February then be sure to mark this one down for a fun Valentine’s Day treat! One trick is to use Peychaud’s bitters to make a heart on the white silky foam for a festive touch! Check out our other Valentine’s Day treats here!

Vodka Pomegranate Sour

how to make a vodka pomegranate sour


  • 2 oz vodka
  • 1 oz lemon juice
  • 1 oz pomegranate juice
  • 3/4 oz simple syrup
  • Egg white
  • Peychaud Bitters, garnish
  • Rose petals, garnish (optional)


To make the simple syrup, combine equal parts of sugar and water in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir until sugar is dissolved and let cool. 

In a cocktail shaker add egg white and fresh lemon juice. Shake without ice vigorously for 10 seconds. Add vodka, pomegranate juice, simple syrup, and ice. Shake until chilled. Strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a few drops of Peyshaud bitters and optional rose petals. Cin Cin!

Vodka Pomegranate Sour


Need it to be vegan? Aquafaba, or chickpea brine, works as a great egg white substitute in cocktails for a frothy texture. Just whip it up, or use it as a 1:1 substitute and you get a creamy foam similar to egg whites. It’s a plant-based alternative, making it suitable for vegans or those with egg allergies. Add a touch of aquafaba to your favorite cocktail recipes for a silky and frothy mix that elevates your drinking experience. It works great in this vodka pomegranate sour!

Vodka Pomegranate Sour Ingredients

vodka pomegranate sour


Hi there, 
We are Elise and Evan and we're so glad you are here! Cheffing up tasty bites and sips is our love language and we are very happy to share these recipes with you. We both have valuable restaurant experience and have learned a thing or two about making tasty bites and sips. Through Carnelian Cooks we are sharing all of our tips and tricks! Please provide a comment or feedback below on any recipes that you give a try. 

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