A wonderful holiday gin pear and rosemary cocktail full of ginger flavors!
When celebrating the holidays, there flavors like cranberry, orange, cinnamon, and mint that always seem to pop up in holiday drinks. We wanted to break out of the mold of the ordinary and we think the Rosemary’s Pear might just become your new holiday cocktail! Embracing some of the lesser, but no less delicious holiday flavors as a rosemary gin cocktail with ginger, this drink is crisp and spicy. It has just the right amount of tart to keep you coming back for more.
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Pear and Rosemary
Whole Foods Omaha likes to work with local bloggers to promote their products, and when they contacted us to develop some holiday cocktails for their customers (check our our Holiday punch here!) we thought of this one almost immediately. With Pear nectar and rosemary simple syrup blending beautifully with a clean crisp gin and a bit of spicy ginger beer adding warmth, the Rosemary’s Pear might be a better gift for your true love than a partridge in a pear tree!
If You Are Looking for More Holiday Recipes, Try These!
- Mini Berry Bites
- Holiday Berry Sparkler
- Caramel Green Apple
- Salted Butterscotch Bourbon Eggnog
- Cranberry Orange Shrub
- Tom and Jerry
- Pine Old Fashioned
The Rosemary’s Pear features products that Whole Foods Omaha carries, Black Dot Gin and Fever Tree’s Ginger Beer. The Black Dot Gin is made in Madison, Wisconsin, by a small group of folks who were passionate about making great small batch craft spirits.
What Ingredients are Needed for the Rosemary’s Pear Cocktail?
- Pear Nectar (more info below!)
- Rosemary Simple Syrup
- Ginger Beer
Distilled in copper pots, Black Dot is a smooth clean gin with hints of lime, cucumber and coriander, and just enough juniper to bring a nice crisp herbal edge to the gin that really complimented the sweetness of the pear and evergreen hints of the rosemary.
If You Are Looking for More Beer Recipes, Try These!
- Blueberry Cucumber Mule
- Galaxy Moscow Mule
- Rosemary Grapefruit Mule
- Bean and Barley
- Beer Brittle
- Bourbon Butterbeer
- Irish Stout Hand Pies
- Kansas City Flavor Fest
- Blackberry Sage Kentucky Mule
If You are Looking for Gin Cocktails, Try These!
- Blood Orange Gin Sour
- Rambler’s Ruby
- Mountain Pine Gin and Tonic
- Lavender Lemon Gin and Tonic Granita
We used Fever Tree’s ginger beer in this cocktail to add a bit of a tart, spicy bite that keeps the sweetness under control and add a warm depth. All the ingredients can be found at Whole Foods Omaha, and we hope that you will visit them to try out our version of this cocktail! If you want a whiskey based Christmas Cocktail, here you go!
Like this recipe? Try these below, too!
Other Rosemary Cocktails
- Rosemary Beet Margarita – Such the Spot
- Meyer Lemon Rosemary Tom Collins – My Kitchen Love
- Blood Orange Rosemary Gin Cocktail – Rhubarbarians
- Rosemary’s Plum Gin Cocktail – Honey & Birch
- Rosemary Rhubarb Daiquiri – Pinch and Swirl
Other Holiday Ginger Beer Cocktails
- Holiday Mule – Home Sweet Jones
- Sparkling Cranberry Ginger Cocktail – Today.com
- Yule Mule – Feast & West
- Apple Cider & Ginger Beer Cocktail – Floating Kitchen
- Cranberry Ginger Holiday Cocktail – My Food Story
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A perfect holiday or winter cocktail, this combination of ginger beer, rosemary simple syrup and gin will please your guests.
- 1.75 oz pear nectar
- 2 oz gin
- 1 oz rosemary simple syrup
- 2.25 Fever Tree Ginger Beer
Combine pear nectar, gin and rosemary simple syrup into a cocktail shaker. Shake and strain into an ice filled glass.
Top with ginger beer. Garnish with rosemary sprig.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 441Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 22mgCarbohydrates: 69.6gFiber: 0.3gSugar: 52.5gProtein: 0.1g
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