PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur:
Made with all-natural California pomegranate juice, premium vodka and "a touch" of tequila, PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur is the first premium pomegranate-flavored liqueur available. Ruby red in color with a sweet, yet tart, thick flavor, PAMA is a great representation of the real "forbidden fruit" and can transform a variety of cocktails into an exotic explosion of the recently rediscovered flavor.
- 34 Proof (17% abv)
- Produced by PAMA Spirits Co. a subsidiary of Heaven Hill Distilleries
- Retails for around $25 per 750mL bottle
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Add a Twist of PAMA:
PAMA is a versatile liqueur that can be mixed into a number of cocktails. It pairs especially well with club soda, Champagne, grapefruit juice and ginger ale and is an exotic sipper when served straight on the rocks with a lemon twist. The visual appeal of a PAMA cocktail is just as stunning and universal as the flavor; romantic enough for Valentine's Day and inviting for Christmas as well as having tropical feel for summer occasions.
- American Dream
- Blushing Lady
- Flor de Jamaica Cup
- Mulled PAMA Warmer
- PAMA Ginger-tini
- PAMA Martini
- PAMA Paradise
- PAMA Pine
- PAMA Tropical Cooler
- Pomegranate Gin Fizz
- Pomegranate Poinsettia
PAMA as a Substitute:
Many of the cocktails we think of everyday can be made into a pomegranate-flavored variation by either adding PAMA to the recipe or substituting it for another ingredient.
- Champagne Cocktail- replace brandy with PAMA and skip the bitters
- Cosmopolitan- replace the vodka with PAMA
- Margarita- replace the sour mix with PAMA
- Mimosa- 3 oz PAMA and 1 oz Champagne
- Mojito- use 1 oz of rum and 1 oz of PAMA
- Negroni- replace Campari with PAMA
- Sea Breeze- replace vodka with PAMA
PAMA in Food:
The flavor of pomegranate is a wonderful addition to many types of food and PAMA Liqueur can be used to obtain that flavor. The manageable alcohol content of the liqueur makes it perfect for infusing in glazes and dressing, adds flavor to fruit salads and appetizers when drizzled on top and adds sweetness to salsa.
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