Pomegranate Rum Punch

Pomegranate Rum Punch (click through for the recipe!)     There is no denying that tropical drinks are pure fun. There is a time and place for them, where no other drink can compare. Beachy vacations, poolside cocktails, restaurants with weird/confusing menus and, of course, bad days in the middle of winter when you need a dose of summertime—in liquid form. 4Pomegranate Rum Punch, serves one 

6 ounces pineapple juice 
2 ounces white rum
2 dashes Elumakule bitters
Juice of half a lime
4 mint leaves, broken
2 ounces pomegranate juice 
1/2 tablespoon cream of coconut 
Combine all ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake and serve in a collins glass with ice. Garnish with a pineapple slice and mint leaves. Enjoy! 55Pomegranate Rum Punch (click through for the recipe!)      Pomegranate Rum Punch (click through for the recipe!)      When I was working on some boozy juice recipes one girls' night a few months ago and this was our absolute favorite. The pomegranate juice gives it this pretty plum color, but the flavor is more like a piña colada or a mai tai. If you like tropical juices I promise you'll like this one. Pomegranate Rum Punch (click through for the recipe!)  Cheers! xx. Elsie 

PS. I made this recipe (and a few others!) in collaboration with West Elm. They're going to become recipe cards you can pick up in the stores for free soon! Products featured: Bar CartTitanium KnivesKitchen Towels, Copper Bar Tools, Glassware

Credits// Author: Elsie Larson, Photography: Janae Hardy. 

  • That one is adorable, and there are a lot of similar versions available online! Or you can DIY something similar: http://www.instructables.com/id/5-Minute-5-Cocktail-Shaker/

  • Hi Elizabeth,

    I think this is the one: http://www.masonshaker.com
    Absolutely looove it 🙂


  • Those glasses are supercool, but I am not sure West elm ships to Italy…sob

  • Looks great, sunshine in a glass certainly is needed, this time of year.

    I love the straws, where did you find them? Also where did the shaker top for the mason jar come from? Great post!

  • Delish, I can’t wait to try this. We live in Hawaii, so we are always looking for fruitful fun drinks without the cost of the tourist part of town. Our favorite bar is our own lanai:)

  • This drink looks right up my street… I will have to scour and see if I can find a ripe pineapple over here in grey England, or just wait until summer 😉 ! Have a lovely weekend.

  • Wow I’m so in the mood for summer right now! Thanks for sharing! Keep blogging, you guys are great!! Love, Lily


  • Mmm this looks so delicious!


  • Love the jar shaker! Very cool way to put a twist to your cocktail set!
    Care the share where it’s from? 😉



  • Ahhhhh this is what I need! There are NO pomegranates around at the moment in Australia.. 🙁

    p.s. – I think You’ll like this idea!

  • this looks amazing, going to get my friends to make this !
    Lauren x
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  • Hey Marielle! It’s from West Elm (link near the bottom of the post)

    XO! Elsie

  • Hi Yvonne, It’s from West Elm (link near the bottom of the post)

    XO! Elsie

  • He! Thanks. They’re really nice and we love their stuff, so it’s a fun fit.
    XX! elsie

  • This is right up my alley! I’m going to have to show this recipe to my bartender roommate and have her make it for me. (The drinks just taste better when she makes them.)

    xo Denise

  • I definitely need a good dose of summertime! I love that shaker!



  • I’m almost feel like I’m living now for your drinks recipes!!


  • That looks yummy! The shaker is really adorable but I’d like to know about those glasses too. Those are really cool! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • I really love this blog! can you tell me where i can find the glas? but not the shaker:)

  • Wow, you’re working with West Elm now, nothing can stop you!
    You are so inspiring, I don’t know how you do it!

  • Hey Krystal,
    Yes- you can find it in the alcohol section of most grocery stores (near the mixes, grenadine etc!)

    xx- Elsie

  • That’s awesome! Where are you working? We’ll probably see you around sometime. 😀

    xx- Elsie

  • Hey Elizabeth! It was a gift, so I’m not sure. I’ve seen them at places like Etsy, Pottery Barn & I think West Elm has something similar. It’s my favorite shaker because it does not leak at all! 🙂

    xx- Elsie

  • mm, this makes me want summer. NOW! looks so yummy



  • Looks DELISH! Where do you find cream of coconut? Is it something widely available in grocery stores and if so what section? Thanks!

  • I just started a waitressing job that will transition into bartending here in Springfield, so I’ve been studying all of your cocktail posts to learn learn learn about alcohol and all the fancy tools and glassware. I must have that shaker to start making cocktails at home!

  • Looks delicious!! I second what Elizabeth said – I Would LOVE to know where that Mason Jar shaker comes from!!

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