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This sunrise gin and juice cocktail is just what your morning needs! Full of orange juice, gin and a splash of grenadine. It’s going to be your new brunch favorite!

This sunrise gin and juice cocktail is just what your morning needs! Full of orange juice, gin and a splash of grenadine. It's going to be your new brunch favorite!

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I’m a sucker for a morning cocktail. Now before you are start setting up an intervention I should clarify that I like one {ok maybe two} drinks in the morning. I’m not looking to get smashed.

Hands down gin is my most favorite spirit. If I’m at a bar and see a gin based cocktail I’m all over it. I cannot get enough of the stuff. If you tried it once and think it tastes like pine needles you need to give gin another try. While good gin does have a very distinct taste it should be refreshing and light on the tongue. If you take a sip and it tastes like you just feel face down into a pine needle pit you need to try another brand.

This sunrise gin and juice cocktail is just what your morning needs! Full of orange juice, gin and a splash of grenadine. It's going to be your new brunch favorite!

This little morning refresher is based off the classic 70’s Tequila Sunrise. I remember once when I was a kid I tried to order a drink at a bar {it was my brothers wedding} and the only drink I could think of was a Tequila Sunrise. They were on to me. Who in the hell orders an orange juice based drink at a wedding?

Now, in this drink I used real grenadine. The good stuff. Not that weird stuff that comes from the store. That stuff is filled with HFCS and tons of red dye…gross. Let me tell you something about Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. grenadine. It’s premium, made in small batches and is perfectly sweet. Nothing is worse than a cloyingly sweet cocktail addition. If your going to go through the trouble of making a cocktail at home you should make it a good one!

They let me sample their grenadine and tonic syrup and I was blown away. I’m such a sucker for quality cocktail ingredients. They really hit the nail on the head with these two syrups. The great news is that they are letting me giveaway 1 bottle of their grenadine and 1 bottle of their tonic syrup…how fun is that! You’re going to love this stuff!

This sunrise gin and juice cocktail is just what your morning needs! Full of orange juice, gin and a splash of grenadine. It's going to be your new brunch favorite!

Sunrise Gin and Juice

Sunrise Gin and Juice

Yield: 1 cocktail
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

This sunrise gin and juice cocktail is just what your morning needs! Full of orange juice, gin and a splash of grenadine. It’s going to be your new brunch favorite!

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces gin
  • 6 ounces orange juice
  • 1 tablespoon grenadine syrup

Instructions

  1. Fill a cocktail glass with ice.
  2. Add in the gin and orange juice.
  3. Tilt the glass slightly to the side and slowly pour the grenadine into the glass. Making sure to let the grenadine pour down the inside the glass.
  4. Once you see a nice red bottom stop pouring and let the drink sit for 5 minutes. This gives it time for the grenadine to settle to the bottom.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 266Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 8mgCarbohydrates: 33gFiber: 0gSugar: 25gProtein: 1g

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r

Thursday 7th of March 2019

Your recipe calls for gin, but in the directions you say top use vodka. Check your work before you publish it.

Meghan Finley

Wednesday 3rd of July 2013

This sounds really yummy

Blessie Nelson

Friday 28th of June 2013

wow! thanks for such a nice gesture! i have never tasted this combo! would love to win!

Stephanie

Friday 28th of June 2013

This could definitely be, What's for Breakfast! :-)

grace

Friday 28th of June 2013

i think i'm biased to love any drink served with a tiny umbrella in it. :)

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