Pomegranates have long been in vogue for their antioxidant properties, their yummy, juicy, messy flavor, and even their seeds.

So you just knew we’d make a booze out of it.

If you’re looking for a new after dinner drink, Pama: The Pomegranate Liqueur and its deep natural red color may present some potential.

It is a pretty thick, syrupy liqueur with a string bouquet and flavor. First taste: cough syrup. Second taste: fruity beverage.

I guess it grows on you.

They also make Pama Chocolates — the fruit drink paired with Garrison Confections resulting in six alcoholic chocolately treats.

As always, here are some drink recipes. Now go get your drunk on.

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2oz. PAMA
3oz. Hot Mulled Apple Cider
Super Fine Sugar
Orange Spiral

Heat wine glass with hot water and empty before building cocktail. Rim with Cinnamon and Super Fine Sugar. Add Pama and Hot Mulled Apple Cider. Garnish with Orange Spiral.

Champagne Dreamschapagnedreamjpg

1 oz PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur
1 oz Cointreau
1 oz Fresh orange juice
3 oz Champagne or sparkling wine

Assemble the first three ingredients in a cocktail glass with ice. Slowly pour in the Champagne while stirring very gently to retain the bubbles and chill the mixture. Strain into a Champagne flute and garnish with an orange zest.

The PAMA Pine pama-pine1

4 oz Van Gogh Pineapple Vodka
4 oz PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur
Splash of Lime Juice

Shake and serve up.

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John Guilfoil is the editor-in-chief of Blast: Boston's Online Magazine and the Blast Magazine Network. He can be reached at [email protected]. Tweet @johnguilfoil.

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