The Good Things section of Living Magazine included this recipe we adapted to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, a time of reflection and looking forward. The author writes that pomegranites, with their many seeds, represent a fruitful year
A Fruitful Year Toast
1 ounce dark or amber rum. We like Myers.
1 tablespoon honey
2 tablespoons pomegranites molasses
5 mint leaves
4 ounces seltzer
1 tablespoon pomegranites seeds
Stir together rum, honey, molasses and mint leaves in a small glass, crushing mint with back of a spoon.
Add ice cubes.
Top with seltzer.
Sprinkle pomegranites seeds in drink.
The red and green in this drink would also make a colorful winter holiday cooler.