Rosh Hashanah is a time for reflection on the year passed while looking forward to another fruitful year ahead, celebrating with family, friends and lots of food with various dishes made for symbolic meaning, reflecting the desire to be sealed for a sweet, healthy new year. This year, The Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT), Israel’s national tourism agency, asked renowned Chef and Author Adeena Sussman, for her favorite Rosh Hashanah recipes, including her take on a traditional Negroni cocktail with a Rosh Hashanah twist: The Pomegroni cocktail, which is sure to impress everyone at your table this year! —Staff0801
What You'll Need
sweet white vermouth or Lillet
Blood orange or other orange wheels
In an ice-filled cocktail shaker, vigorously shake the pomegranate juice, vermouth, gin, and bitters.
Pour into two ice-filled rocks glasses, add more bitters to taste, and garnish with orange wheels.
The recipe can be multiplied (minus the ice) and stored in a pitcher for up to 1 week and can be freshened with more bitters as needed.