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Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. Small Batch Grenadine

(50cl, 0%)

Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. Small Batch Grenadine

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Jack Rudy Grenadine Bottling Note

By combining Californian pomegranate juice with orange flower water and can sugar, the Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. have created a top notch Grenadine - packed full of juicy fruit notes with a rich mouth-feel. An excellent small batch cocktail ingredient.

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Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. Small Batch Grenadine Reviews

Best Grenadine I've tried

I tried the recipe but the pomegranate juice available is from concentrate. These guys use real pomegranate and it shows. This tastes amazing mixed with soda/sparkling water as well as in a punch.

16th April 2020

Are they mad?

Get a litre bottle of POM, add an equal amount of caster sugar. Heat gently and stir until sugar is dissolved. Add a few dashes of orange flower water. Boom! You just made a litre of the best grenadine you'll ever taste for about £3.50. Or... You can spend £12 and get this stuff...

12th November 2018

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